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5/6/09 Introduction to Anthropology Professor Hillary Haldane M 6:30-9:10 CLA 1-221
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5/6/09 Requirements Readings: Omohundro-Thinking Like an Anthropologist Peters-Golden-Culture Sketches Goldstein-Laughter Out of Place
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5/6/09 Attendance, Quizzes, Exams Attendance: 10% of grade You are allowed to miss one class Quizzes: 25% of grade You cannot make up a missed quiz Exams: 50% of grade one midterm and one final Paper: 15% of grade
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5/6/09 What is Anthropology
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Unformatted text preview: Anthropology is the study of humans in the broadest sense Four sub-fields Early 1800s beginnings Institutionalization of the discipline Types of studies Anthropology Today 5/6/09 Find a partner Together, go over these questions 1. The first language I learned as a child 2. Other languages I learned at home as a child 3. Other languages I can hold a conversation in 4. I was born in...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course AN 101 taught by Professor Crohn during the Fall '08 term at Quinnipiac.

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