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Anthropology
Course Code
ANT204H1
Professor
Annette Bickford

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ANT 204H1S ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE CONTEMORARY WORLDLECTURE 1OUTLINE January 11 2012Topic Eurocentrism Introduction to the course Readings Eric WolfIntroduction Europe and the People without History Pp 37 1 Critique of nations as bounded homogeneous communities Modern era 16thc European expansionwho was impacted NonEuropean peoples active participants in historical developments rather than passive static and unchanging cultures People without history refers to the Otherleft out of Eurocentric historical narratives2 Eurocentrism a form of vestigial thinking that structures current practices and permeates contemporary representations after the formal end of colonialismyImagined E
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