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Throughout the years we have discovered ways in which to express our beliefs, our ideals, and our passions. Teaching will include undergraduate general education courses, as well as more specialized and graduate courses. Proseminar in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Since the beginning of modern humanity, people have been features of the places they inhabit. The effect of this skeptical move was twofold. That is what made Franz Boas and Margaret Mead effective in times past and what makes Paul Farmer effective today.

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