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The Transformative Power of Walking

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By Laurie Milne in the group AU Anthropology Interest Group July 12, 2015 - 3:10pm

Dan Rubinstein's recent publication "Born to Walk: The Transformative Power of  a Pedestrian Act" (ECW Press, 2015) examines the impact of walking on body, mind, society, economy, politics, creativity, spirit and family.   Students enrolled in Anthropology 394 (Urban Anthropology) who elect to study "urban space and place" for their research papers will find this publication particularly  useful as will anyone seeking a thought-provoking summer read! 

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AU Anthropology Interest Group

AU Anthropology Interest Group

A group for those interested in socio-cultural anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology, and linguistic anthropology