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INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY: Second quarter syllabus By the end of fall break, you should have completed the following readings: Malinowski, “Introduction,” Geertz, “Thick description,” Briggs, “The study,” Interview with James L. Watson; Gottleib and Graham 1994 Parallel worlds : 24-57, 127-141, 217-250, 264- 274 (skim), Hobbes, “Of the natural conditions of mankind,” Locke, “Of the state of nature,” Smith, “Of the principle which gives occasion to the division of labor,” Williams, “Society” and “Culture,” Durkheim, “What is a social fact?” Malinowski, “The essentials of the kula,” Pierpont, “The measure of America (Boas),” Boas, “Introduction,” The Mind of Primitive Man ; Fox, “Introduction,” Baker, “The composition of the family,” Malinowski, “The natives of the Trobriand Islands,” Briggs, “The society,” Goody, “From collective to individual,” Just, “The limits of kinship,” Watson, “The named and the nameless,” and the book by Margery Wolf 16, 18 October—Fall Break
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