Created by:   Duke University

  • Orin Starn

    Taught by:    Orin Starn, Professor

    Cultural Anthropology

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 142 ratings

Perfect!

This course tells us about how social customs and traditions have contributed to the evolution of sports and how sports has vice versa reflected the changes in social order of any age.

The teacher is quite engaging, the man has showmanship! Add that the content is really interesting and you get a 5 stars course. Recommended!

Excellent cours qui offre un point de vue original sur nos sociétés modernes.