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– jieun lee (2020) “promising potency: bio-evangelical networking in a korean stem cell enterprise” science as culture 29(4): 594-616

Explain the anthropological concept of “culture.” Explain how anthropologists study, analyze, collect data on “culture.” 
minimum of three readings from the section “What is Culture?.
Resources:
– Stuart Hall (2002) “The Work of Representation” In Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. Ed. Stuart Hall. Sage: Thousand Oaks pp. 1-20
– David M. Schneider (1980) “Introduction” and “Conclusion” In American Kinship: A Cultural Account. University of Chicago Press: Chicago pp. 1-18, 107-117
– Clifford Geertz (1973) “Thick Description: Towards an Interpretive Theory of Culture” In The Interpretation of Culture. Basic Books: New York pp. 3-30 
– Renato Rosaldo (1989) “Grief and a Headhunter’s Rage” In Culture & Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis. Beacon: Boston pp. 1-21
– Chris Kortright (2013) “On Labor and Creative Transformations in the Experimental Fields of the Philippines.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 7(4): 557-578
– Michelle Stewart (2011) “The Space Between the Steps: Reckoning in an Era of Reconciliation” Contemporary Justice Review 14(1): 43-63
– Jieun Lee (2020) “Promising Potency: Bio-evangelical Networking in a Korean Stem Cell Enterprise” Science as Culture 29(4): 594-616
– Vivian Choi (2015) Anticipatory States: Tsunami, War, and Insecurity in Sri Lanka Cultural Anthropology 30(2): 286–309
– Nicholas D’Avella (2014) “Ecologies of Investment: Crisis Histories and Brick Futures in Argentina” Cultural Anthropology 29(1): 173-199
10) Allen Tran (2018) “The anxiety of romantic love in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 24, 512-531
– Jenna Grant (2021) “Portrait and Scan” Public Culture 33(3): 349-369
– Waqas Butt (2020) “Waste intimacies: Caste and the unevenness of life in urban Pakistan” American Ethnologist 47(3): 234-248

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Humanities : Anthropology

7) jieun lee (2020) “promising potency: bio-evangelical networking in a korean stem cell enterprise” science as culture 29(4): 594-616

Explain the anthropological concept of “culture.” Explain how anthropologists study, analyze, collect data on “culture.” 
minimum of three readings from the section “What is Culture?.”
Resource:
1) Stuart Hall (2002) “The Work of Representation” In Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. Ed. Stuart Hall. Sage: Thousand Oaks pp. 1-20
2) David M. Schneider (1980) “Introduction” and “Conclusion” In American Kinship: A Cultural Account. University of Chicago Press: Chicago pp. 1-18, 107-117
3) Clifford Geertz (1973) “Thick Description: Towards an Interpretive Theory of Culture” In The Interpretation of Culture. Basic Books: New York pp. 3-30 
4) Renato Rosaldo (1989) “Grief and a Headhunter’s Rage” In Culture & Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis. Beacon: Boston pp. 1-21
5)  Chris Kortright (2013) “On Labor and Creative Transformations in the Experimental Fields of the Philippines.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 7(4): 557-578

6) Michelle Stewart (2011) “The Space Between the Steps: Reckoning in an Era of Reconciliation” Contemporary Justice Review 14(1): 43-63
7) Jieun Lee (2020) “Promising Potency: Bio-evangelical Networking in a Korean Stem Cell Enterprise” Science as Culture 29(4): 594-616
8) Vivian Choi (2015) Anticipatory States: Tsunami, War, and Insecurity in Sri Lanka Cultural Anthropology 30(2): 286–309
9) Nicholas D’Avella (2014) “Ecologies of Investment: Crisis Histories and Brick Futures in Argentina” Cultural Anthropology 29(1): 173-199
10) Allen Tran (2018) “The anxiety of romantic love in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 24, 512-531
11) Jenna Grant (2021) “Portrait and Scan” Public Culture 33(3): 349-369
12) Waqas Butt (2020) “Waste intimacies: Caste and the unevenness of life in urban Pakistan” American Ethnologist 47(3): 234-248

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Humanities : Anthropology

This is the only reading that should be used in the essay.

The assigment is to explain the Neolithic. Below I have attached the reading provided to me. This is the only reading that should be used in the essay.