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At 10:51am on July 24, 2013, Jeanett Villagomez De Muir said…

Hi! Do you still write?

Jeanett or Juanitaswan from Ecuador



At 3:01pm on January 10, 2014, Annie Ngana Mundeke said…



  Dear Dr. Wolfe,

Hello! I hope all is well with the family. I like your article.

I am sorry; I am just joining the discussions now. Due to technical problems, I was not able to post messages.

Here is my comment. I think you have strong arguments to consider here!

Especially, when you write about Corporate Rights and Religious Rites viewed as Human Beings. I think you are right. It seems like the business corporation are treated as human beings in that sense we can see them as cultural artifacts. I would like to link the discussions to Globalization and capitalism. But maybe some other time.

Like Jone Stone, I would agree that Wolfe is right!  Ah!


Annie Ngana Mundeke

Corporate Rights and Religious Rites

Having decided that business corporations are human enough to deserve free speech and the right to participate in political elections, the Supreme Court of the United State is now considering whether corporations also have religious beliefs that warrant recognition and respect for their religious behavior – as if they were real human beings. 

At 11:43am on January 23, 2014, Annie Ngana Mundeke said…

 Dear Dr. Wolfe. Hello!

I thought that I was subscribed to your discussion group, "applying anthropology to supranational networks."  Now that you said I am not.  I am wondering what happened.

What do to register?

Thank you so very much,



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