1. Perspective

The first class of Introduction to Anthropology 2020 began with pp. 1-14 in the Muckle and González textbook Through the Lens of Anthropology. In the next class we finished this chapter.

We revisited these questions when we read the Tim Ingold chapter on “Similarity and Difference.”


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