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Anthropologists working within the different subfields of our discipline have different conceptions of race and the meaning of racial identifications, and like nonanthropologists they sometimes use the term without specifying exactly what they mean. This debate has been admirably summarized and synthesized by Tapper (1979a and c, 1983). Applications should be submitted no later than October 31, 2012 to: Dr. Anthropology Department - UC Berkeley - 232 Kroeber Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-3710 - Tel:510.642.3392 - Fax:510.643.8557 ©2014, University of California at Berkeley Anthropology Department.

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