Talking Timbits and Double Doubles: First Day Conversations in Anthropology 100

September looms and it's time to start planning for that important first class with with my new batch of students. That means it's time to add Timbits and coffee to my to-do list. Not because I plan to eat them (palm oil!), but I need them for class. It started like this... read more...

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    August 22, 2016
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    Erin McGuire
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