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This module introduces major concepts in anthropology, demonstrating a range of theoretical and ethnographic approaches through which anthropologists study human cultures and societies. The goal is to help students understand, interpret and engage with real-world issues by equipping them conceptual and substantive knowledge and capacity to locate these varied approaches within anthropological traditions. The key concepts explored, will include: Module 1) culture, cultural critique, gender, class, race and ethnicity, nation, states and citizenship; Module 2) religion, ritual, performance and embodiment, language, meaning
and music; Module 3) power and history, poverty, migrations, world markets, conflict and violence, and environment.