Corporeal whatever

James G. Carrier (jgc5p@UVA.PCMAIL.VIRGINIA.EDU)
Mon, 17 Jan 1994 19:31:50 EST

Just to be picky ...
1. Corporeal enculturation is a bit of a mouthful, especially given that
the museum exhibit is intended (if memory serves) for school-age children. So
long as the intended audience is not professional anthropologists, the
pedagogic element of the exhibit ought to be considered.
2. It implies that the corpus is not cultural to begin with. Do you
really want to nail our (or your) colors on the old nature vs culture mast
once more?

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James G. Carrier

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