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ANTH 2265

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
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Topical and theoretical overview of cultural anthropology and ethnography, including understanding and appreciating world cultures and cultural diversity; the importance of language and performance to social and cultural identity; cultural categories such as race, ethnicity, and gender; social institutions such as marriage, family, religion, and law; and food production and exchange. Critical thinking about colonialist, capitalist, and modernist biases in international politics, development, and conservation.

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