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University Museum Library Desk VHS DS493.9. New challenges have emerged as public debates about multiculturalism, and the increasing use of the culture concept outside of the academy and among peoples studied by anthropology. Thes…e are:   -Physical Anthropology   -Archaeology   -Linguistics   -Cultural (or Social) Anthropology.   Sub-specialties for Cultural Anthropology include the following:   1. I agree, looks like an internal hire for the current visiting professor but I don't have actual confirmed knowledge of that.

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