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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 1: Encounter and Ethnographic Truth

Anthropology: study of all things human Focus on what is hum...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 2: The Emergence of Humans and Culture

There is no such thing as human nature independent of culture Gee...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 3: The Problem of Order

How is society going to grapple with order? 1. We saw a very b...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 4: Marx and Marcuse

20 September 2017 1. Karl Marx (1818-1883) a. Durk...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 5: James Scott

James Scott (1936- ) 1. Critical of orthodox marxism 2. Go...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 7: Religion and Belief, When God Talks Back

Anthropology of Religion 1. Main theories for universality of ...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 8: Religion and Violence

Religion and Violence 1. Revival and revitalization movements ...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 9: Week 09_ Ideology and Nationalism

Thick Description and Meaning 1. Clifford Geertz (1926-2006) ...

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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 18: Religion
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ANTHR 1400 Lecture 20: Religion and Violence
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