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Prof. Tallen definitely knows what she is talking about, although she talks a whole lot, all the while scribbling on an overhead projector. I felt like I was back in high school, except I didn't have the chance to interrupt class every time I missed something. I found her style to be somewhat condescending and cold, almost frigid. I don't think I saw her crack a smile during the whole ten weeks. Also, out of the four required ethnographies, one was outdated and another was so one sided, unscientific, and badly written that I'm surprised it was published, let alone picked as required reading for a class. My T.A. even pointed this out, and we had a homework assignment where we had to explain why the book was so bad. I, much like some of my fellow reviewers, also got screwed over by her grading system, but it's not like I studied all that hard for the midterm anyway. All in all, I would have had a rather mediocre time in Anthro 9 had it not been for this gorgeous little vixen that sat just at the edge of my field of vision at almost every lecture. Anthropology is the of humans, right?