The Anthropological Voice
This is the comment page that concluded the Hartwick Introduction to Anthropology 2016 course. We finished De León, The Land of Open Graves as well as the final sections in Lavenda & Schultz on “Globalization”: See especially Annette Weiner on “The Anthropological Voice” (in Lavenda & Schultz:506).
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