Wk 1A Lecture Intro 1-14-08

Wk 1A Lecture Intro 1-14-08 - Welcome to Anthropology 302...

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Welcome to Anthropology 302 Introduction to the Course
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Today’s Agenda Meet the Instructor Meet the Teaching Assistants Course Syllabus Course Requirements Grading Policies Expectations Section Meetings Web Site Introduction to First Question
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Anthropology 302 Instructor Suzanne Seriff Museum Curator Senior Lecturer Department of Anthropology EPSchoch 1.202 471-0057 Office Hours: 10:00-11:45 MW and by Appt. sseriff@mail.utexas.edu
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Suzanne Seriff Ph.D., Social Anthropology and Folklore, University of Texas at Austin Material Culture/The Anthropology of Art Traditional Arts in a Global Economy Museums and Representation Greater Mexican Traditional Culture
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Seriff Research Background Research on Traditional Festival Toymaking in Mexico: A Comparative study from the 1960s…
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Seriff Research Background Research on Traditional Festival Toymaking in Mexico: A Comparative study from the 1960s… To the 1990s
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Seriff Research Background Research on Traditional festival toymaking from around the world
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Seriff Research Background Research on the politics and poetics of a Texas Mexican Ceramist/Brick Maker Goal: Understand how issues of ethnicity, class and race are played out in the creation, circulation and consumption of these “subversive” ceramic figures
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Seriff Research Background Figures made by José Varela
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Seriff Doctoral Research The D’Hanis Brick and Tile Factory where figural ceramist Jose Varela worked.
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Wk 1A Lecture Intro 1-14-08 - Welcome to Anthropology 302...

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