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NB: the course is too intensive to combine with a full-time job throughout the two years. As soon as the new opinion is embraced as customary belief, it will be another trusted bulwark of the good life. Candidates at the rank of tenured associate professor or above are not required to submit references at this time. The American anthropologist, Franz Boas, founded Boasian Anthropology: he introduced the idea that culture was what differed between races and ethnicities and, therefore, was what must be studied to understand humanity.

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