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Introduction to Anthropology Anthropology 101 Fall 2005 Instructor: Joe Henrich ... study living cultures and languages close up, usually by living as a member of a particular human community. In the process they document in detail the incredible diversity of human life ways, ... Introduction. What is Anthropology? The holistic study of humanity.
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Performing Gender Identity Young Men's Talk and the Construction of Heterosexual Masculinity Deborah Cameron (1997) People in every society have ideas, or ideologies, about the ways men and women are supposed to act, and about how they talk. There are also ideas about what kind of talk is valued, whether
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Discussion Questions for Body Ritual among the Nacirema 1. According to Miner, what functional beliefs underlie Nacirema body rituals? (What are the purposes for them?) 2. Miner treats Nacirema behavior in caring for the body as “ritual.” Is it? What makes something “ritual” as opposed to “habit” or “custom”? What trappings of
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elementary branch of socio-cultural Anthropology such as Economic Anthropology, Political Anthropology, Psychological Anthropology, Anthropology of Religion and so on and so forth. We shall overview only these sub-branches of major interest. a) Economic Anthropology: Production, consumption distribution and exchange are the basic structures of
This course is a survey of basic issues and concepts, and contemporary research in the anthropology of globalization. Early in the semester, attention will be given not only to major figures and their respective contributions, but also to contextualizing these contributions with respect to theoretical developments
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ANNALS OF ANTHROPOLOGY VENGEANCE IS OURS What can tribal societies tell us about our need to get even? In 1992, when Daniel Wemp was about twenty-two years old, his beloved paternal uncle Soll was killed in a battle against the neighboring Ombal clan. In the New Guinea Highlands, where Daniel and his Handa clan live, uncles
Anthropology Courses by Subfield Courses listed under 3330/31, 4191/92/93, 4291/92/93, 4350/51/52 or 4390/91/92/93 may count for any of the subfields, depending on the topic. Subfield: General 1321 Introduction to Anthropology 4399 Integrated Themes in Anthropology 5334 History of Anthropology Part I 5335 History of Anthropology Part II
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As Social Theorist called Foucault calls this a technology of self. And an Anthropologist named Robert Levy, who you learned about last week, thought this technology was very good for creating a space within the self to hold ones moral values.” Slide # 6 Industrial Revolution in 18th century Europe and U.S. The “Suitcase Self”
“Brian Morris’ Religion and Anthropology is at once remarkably comprehensive and situated. He manages to include most of the religious endeavors of the world and of world history while situating each in social context, elucidated by anthro-pological ﬁeldwork. The resulting volume is an excellent resource for thinking and
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discourse, embodiment, lifeworld, phenomenology, subjectivity, intersubjectivity, Anthropology of Mind Abstract This review explores the most signiﬁcant dimensions and ﬁndings of phenomenological approaches in anthropology. We spell out the mo-tives and implications inherent in such approaches, chronicle their his-
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ANTHROPOLOGY AND PHOTOGRAPHY A long history of knowledge and affect This paper addresses the long history of photographic relationships in anthropology. It argues that the current concerns with multiple, relational and affective meanings in anthropological photographs are not simply the result of new approaches to photographic
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between Negt and Kluge, which had argued that “real history is taking place nonpublicly in the domain of production” and that, in the manner of classical Ideologiekritik, sought to correct false con - sciousness by revealing the truth of these obscured and “arcane” realms.3 Then there is the tone and scope of History and Obstinacy, a
indicate how anthropology differs from other disciplines concerned with humans. Anthropology is broader in scope, both geographically and historically. Anthropology is concerned explicitly and directly with all varieties of people throughout the world, not just those close at hand. Anthropologists are also interested in people of all periods.
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ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction to Anthropology Anthropology is the study of human differences, cultural and biological, in the context of human nature. Anthropologists identify and compare behaviour of a particular group against the full range of human behaviour. Such comparison should uncover principles that apply to all human
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