American culture, Teaching, Cultural pluralism
In teaching, as in any kind of cultural production, you can look at content, or you can look at reception. Here I want to talk about both: the content of what to say about diversity and sharing in U.S. culture, and how that may be received.
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Strauss, Claudia. "Diversity and Homogeneity in American Culture: Teaching and Theory." FOSAP Newsletter: Bulletin of the Federation of Small Anthropology Programs 11.2 (Fall 2004): 4-6.
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