Anth101-02 - Anth 101: Introduction to Anthropology 1/8/08...

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Anth 101: Introduction to Anthropology 1/8/08 Anthropology’s Field Methods
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Four Fields of Anthropology: 1) Sociocultural Anthropology 2) Linguistic Anthropology 3) Biological (Physical) Anthropology 4) Archaeological Anthropology Anthropology: The study of the biological and cultural diversity  of human kind, past and present, throughout time, and across  space. “Holism”: Interested in the whole of the human condition--  past, present, and future; biology, society, language and  culture Anthropology’s subdisciplines emphasize different  methodological approaches, and taken together, access  evidence from the full range of human experience
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What do you do when the World is your Laboratory? Cy Twombly, Unitled, 1970 Methdologically… (between muddling and scribbling)
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 Methods: Sociocultural/linguistic Anthropology Read, Write, Gather, Experience, Observe, Feel, Smell… Interpret …Interpret
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