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Module KEY CONCEPTS IN ANTHROPOLOGY

Module code: AN652
Credits: 10
Semester: 2
Department: ANTHROPOLOGY
International: Yes
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What is culture, and what is society? The module begins by inviting students to explore Raymond Williams' Keywords as they initiate the process of developing theoretical track statements pertaining to their research projects. Eschewing a chronological discussion of the overarching concepts in our discipline, this module considers instead the role of anthropology's locations and dislocations in igniting the debates that will provide the theoretical foundations for student projects.

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