Global Political Economy: Background to Technological Warfare

Global Political Economy

This is the comment page for two readings:

  • Lavenda & Schultz, Module 5, “Background to the Global Political Economy” (475-478) in Anthropology: What Does it Mean to be Human?
  • De León, “Deported” & “Technological Warfare” (107-166) in The Land of Open Graves

These readings continue part 3 of the Hartwick Introduction to Anthropology 2016 course.

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