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 You can find a weekly guide to the class on the the University'​s learning managament system (LMS) known as Canvas at <​http://​canvas.sydney.edu.au>​. Each week has its own topic page where we have an overview of the main ideas, questions for reflection, and an outline or slides of the lectures. We have set up separate pages on the class Canvas site for you to submit the assignments. This site also connects you to the library'​s eReserve system for online copies of the weekly readings. ​ You can find a weekly guide to the class on the the University'​s learning managament system (LMS) known as Canvas at <​http://​canvas.sydney.edu.au>​. Each week has its own topic page where we have an overview of the main ideas, questions for reflection, and an outline or slides of the lectures. We have set up separate pages on the class Canvas site for you to submit the assignments. This site also connects you to the library'​s eReserve system for online copies of the weekly readings. ​
  
-Additionally,​ Ryan has posted supplementary information and outlines for his lectures on this site, <​http://​anthro.rschram.org/​1001>​. ​+Additionally,​ Ryan has posted supplementary information and outlines for his lectures on this site, <​http://​anthro.rschram.org/​1001/2020>. 
  
 Finally, if you are planning on taking *ANTH 1002: Anthropology in the world* next semester, you might want to buy a copy of this book, which is assigned in this class and in ANTH 1002:  Finally, if you are planning on taking *ANTH 1002: Anthropology in the world* next semester, you might want to buy a copy of this book, which is assigned in this class and in ANTH 1002: 
  
-Eriksen, Thomas Hylland. ​*Small Places, Large Issues: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology*. London: Pluto Press, 2015. http://​www.jstor.org/​stable/​j.ctt183p184.16.+Eriksen, Thomas Hylland. ​//Small Places, Large Issues: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology//. London: Pluto Press, 2015. http://​www.jstor.org/​stable/​j.ctt183p184.16.
  
 You can also download all of the chapters from JSTOR (via the library proxy server). Any edition is suitable, although the page numbers referenced in the unit guides and outline are for the 2015 edition. ​ You can also download all of the chapters from JSTOR (via the library proxy server). Any edition is suitable, although the page numbers referenced in the unit guides and outline are for the 2015 edition. ​
  
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