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The opposite viewpoint is that anthropologists must themselves make policy recommendations. Submit letter of application, CV, and names of three referees by closing date of December 8, 2012. The typical teaching load is seven courses per year on the quarter system (36 credits approximately) and the successful candidate will have teaching responsibilities involving introductory anthropology courses, general education courses and upper-division courses in his/her areas of specialty.

Pages: 288

Publisher: University of Arizona Press (November 1, 2015)

ISBN: B0188Y1CHY

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