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The article appears in a special issue of Brasiliana: The Journal for Brazilian Studies. Finally, towards her recognition and success she had a key to equality with her husband. Video Collection/Schliessinger Video Productions. Their work involves the study of global–local interactions and change over time, neither of which were part of cultural anthropology’s original focus. The department highly encourages study abroad experiences and works with students to fund them.

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Publisher: Ohio State Univ Pr (Txt) (September 1983)

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