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ANTH 1002: Anthropology and the Global
Semester 2, 2018
tl;dr Send email from your Uni account, use a descriptive subject line (including ANTH 1002), sign your full name, and yeah, you can call us by our first names.
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Subject: ANTH 1002: Question re essay
I had a question about the instructions for the essay. On Blackboard it says we should discuss three cases, one of which can be a film. Can I discuss the recommended reading for Week 2 as one of my cases instead? I think it would be great.
Sarah Q. Public
No problem! (And my reply?: “Ask your tutor.”)
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