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CUSAS , the Cambridge University Social Anthropology Society, is run by students at the University of Cambridge in order to broaden and deepen interest in social anthropology through sharing information and organising public events. It is the wish of CUSAS that this interest will extend beyond the Cambridge Social Anthropology department to those in other departments and universities, and well as those outside of academia, especially those who facilitate ethnographic work by allowing anthropologists into their lives.
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