Class 2 2017 Keynote - Rethinking Culture the idea that a...

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Rethinking Culture
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“isomorphism of space, place, and culture” “the idea that a world of human differences is to be conceptualized as a diversity of separate societies, each with its own culture”
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!Kung San-Speaking people
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Connection there are no truly isolated people in the world today and there rarely, if ever, were in the past human history is the story of movement and interaction, not of isolation and disconnection what today seems like isolation and is described as timeless, can in fact be very recent.
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How do our ideas of culture change if we start from the assumption that we live in a shared social and economic world, rather than starting from the assumption of the multicolored map?
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Globalization is only intensifying the interaction among people and the flow of goods, technology, money and ideas within and across national boundaries. Interaction and connection are not new.
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