This guide was created for Dr. Meredith Martin's "Race, Ethnicity, & Culture" (ANT 4451/ANG 5451) class. This course explores race and ethnicity and their relationship to culture in a cross-cultural, anthropological perspective. It considers cultural constructions of race and ethnicity in the United States, in other areas of the Americas, and other areas of the world.
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