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Title: ANTH 001: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Description: Anthropology is "exotic no more.” Today it is a dynamic discipline concerned with the most pressing issues of our time: globalization, transformations of the nation-state, transnational culture and organizations, alternative approaches to illness and healing, conflict resolution, grassroots political organizing, social inequalities, environmental devastation, gender and sexuality, and the impact of the mass media on social consciousness and political behavior. Anthropologists have gone from studying the world in villages to studying the world as a village. Anthropological theories and methods are very useful for tracing the connections between and the interrelations among global, regional, national, and local phenomena. In the contemporary world, political tensions and social inequalities often characterize these connections and interrelations.
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Name: Laurie King
Email: lek28@georgetown.edu
Online Course: No
Affiliation: Georgetown University
Field: Applied,Cultural
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Introductory
Student Type: Undergraduate
Class Size: 20-50
Geography: Asia,Europe,Latin America/Caribbean,Middle East,North America,Pacific Islands

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