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 Ready to learn more about the study of culture, and how it relates to the world we live in? Well, after ANTH 1001, here are some more units you can take!: ​ Ready to learn more about the study of culture, and how it relates to the world we live in? Well, after ANTH 1001, here are some more units you can take!: ​
  
-* [[:​1002|ANTH 1002: Anthropology and the Global]] (Semester 2, 2015) *If we live in a globalized world, then we are always moving between cultures. The biggest problems today are global in nature. What does anthropology say about them through the lens of culture?* +* [[:1002:start|ANTH 1002: Anthropology and the Global]] (Semester 2, 2015) *If we live in a globalized world, then we are always moving between cultures. The biggest problems today are global in nature. What does anthropology say about them through the lens of culture?* 
-* [[:​2654|ANTH 2654: Forms of Families]] (Semester 2, 2015) *Everyone has a family. Is it true? If even the meaning of relationships,​ relatives and belonging is culturally relative, then what does that say about human nature?*+* [[:2654:start|ANTH 2654: Forms of Families]] (Semester 2, 2015) *Everyone has a family. Is it true? If even the meaning of relationships,​ relatives and belonging is culturally relative, then what does that say about human nature?*
 * [[:​2667:​start|ANTH 2667: The Anthropology of Religion]] (Semester 1, 2015) *Why do people believe in God? Why have societies always made a space for religion? Is this something that all cultures have in common? Will it always be so?* * [[:​2667:​start|ANTH 2667: The Anthropology of Religion]] (Semester 1, 2015) *Why do people believe in God? Why have societies always made a space for religion? Is this something that all cultures have in common? Will it always be so?*
  
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