Chthulucene

In Cultural Anthropology 2018-2019, we read three selections from Cultural Anthropology: Reader for a Global Age:

This was for Cultural Anthropology 2018-2019. Although I did not use these readings for Cultural Anthropology 2020, I am preserving this page because of the interesting student comments below.

The Cultural Anthropology 2020 course was based on the 3rd edition of Essentials of Cultural Anthropology. The closest corresponding lecture is the one on kinship:


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