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Ars Synthetica http://www.ars-synthetica.net/archive/ Anthropology of the Contemporary Research Collaboratory, affiliated with UC Berkeley non-degree Browser Multiple participatory channels for exploring questions about ethics, security, and how cutting-edge research in the biosciences is organized, governed, funded, and expanded. How will synthetic biology shape and be shaped by medicine, energy, and environmental needs? Whose business is ethics? What are the limits to what we can design? English


A General Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology http://www.alanmacfarlane.com/FILES/lectures.html (Cambridge University) non-degree Prof. Alan MacFarlane Browser What is Social Anthropology?, Some Technical Terms used by Anthropologists, Introduction to Kinship and Marriage, Politics and Economic Life, Strategies of Survival, Introduction to Religion and Ritual given by Dr Stephen Hugh-Jones, Symbols, Language and Communication English
Name http:// non-degree Browser Start anytime English