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Unformatted text preview: 1 1 Review Sessions for Exam 2 Friday, April 15: in class review (MLB 3) Friday, April 15: 1:30-4:30 pm; special ofce hours in Chairs Ofce (Tom Fricke), 101 West Hall Sunday, April 17: 5:00-7:00 pm, Angell Hall Auditorium A: GSI led review bring your questions! Lecture 35, 04/13/11 Zeitoun : Rising to Our Best Selves That last lecture: fragments adding up to a downer day! Chaos, failure, racism (both structural & individual), indictment... Is that what Anthropology is all about? Who is this Fricke creep anyway? Lecture 35, 04/13/11 2 Walls of the mind? "In a print interview, Eggers confessed that he "fell in love with the whole family", which accounts for the queasymaking hagiographic tribute that occupies the first 80 or so pages of the book. The style is cloying. Reading it is like being fed spoonfuls of sweetened condensed milk, but if you just keep swallowing, you'll get some interesting family background, useful information about Islam, and a fair idea of what daily life for a Syrian painting contractor and his family in New Orleans is like." -- From the Guardian Review of Zeitoun Lecture 35, 04/13/11 3 More from the Guardian review......
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