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Peoples and Cultures of the World - ANT 3212

This course uses a comparative approach to investigate common bonds of culture and the ways in which Homo sapiens elaborate cultural differences. This course uses cross-cultural evidence to investigate some of the fundamental cultural building blocks of kinship, subsistence technology, and political behavior.

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