Unit 3 Study Guide - Anth1 Spring `11 M Williams STUDY...

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  Anth1 Spring ‘11 M. Williams STUDY GUIDE #3: SYMBLIC ORGANIZATION REQUIRED READINGS: DUE DATES: **Miller, 1 st part Chapt. 13 (pp.315-326)) March 7/8 Holloway, Chapt. 5 (“A Coming Storm”) March 10/11 Holloway, Chapt. 6 (“Cutting”) March 14/15 **Miller, Chapt. 14 (“Expressive Culture”) March 17/18 Holloway, Chapt. 7 (“Coup d’Etat”) March 21/22 Holloway, Chapt. 8 (“Cool Resting Place”) March 23/24 **Dundes’ article (UCB 2002 address) March 24/25 **these sources are available on the “My Anthro Lab-Course Compass” website TERMS & CONCEPTS (lect/film ) 4 types of symbolic organization: (Miller, 14 ) fine art vs. folk art/ ethno-esthetics religion, ritual, folklore, & pop. culture Chernoff’s example of African drumming Hopi kachinas & cosmology music & gender (ex. Temiar in Malaysia) 3 types of religions: shamanic, communalistic, play/games/sports- ex. wrestling in India and ecclesiastical leisure travel & tourism/ Gullah of S. Carolina 5 types of ritual/folklore (myth, legend, etc.)  colonialism & syncretism ex. Trobriand Cricket “Ethnic Notions” =symbolic patterns:____ UNESCO & intangible cultural heritage 4 functions of symbols: reflect, reinforce, hula & Hawaiian resistance/ “people-first”
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