Primate all primates are mammals; have different
kinds of teeth & a shortened snout; have forward facing
eye orbits & stereoscopic vision; outward visible ear
bones; have a clavicle & two separate bones in the arms
and legs; have n
March 20, 2017
Lecture 10: Food Production
*Chade cave is an example of behavioral.
We have already seen how theories of evolution attempt to make sense of human
origins, just as accounts of divine creation do.
The parallel trend in new and
Lecture 8 : The Early Hominis
Lets imagine Earths history is a 24-hour day (in which each second
equals 50,000 years)
Earth originates at midnight.
The earliest fossils were deposited at 5:45am.
The first vertebrates appeared at 9:02pm.
Lecture #5: Race and Ethnicity
First Lab (Genetics, Cottier #1) due next week. No
The rst exam is coming up soon.
There will be a review sheet. It will be posted to
ANTH 1000Introduction to
Lecture #3: What is Culture?
What is Culture?
2) Levels and Scales
3) Cross-Cultural Misunderstanding: Eating Christmas in the
Kalahari and Shakespeare in the Bush
4) Ethnocentrism and Cultural Re
o 800,000-200,00 years ago
o Originated from Africa
o By 500,000 years ago they migrated to Europe
o Predecessor of Neanderthals
o 1200cc brain
o 400,000 to 28,000 years ago
o Brains larger than humans
o More robust than c
Introduction to Anthropology
MWF 2:00 2:50 pm
Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Brite
Office: Haley 0303M; office hours: drop-in or by appointment
Contact: [email protected]
Anthropology is the study of human origin
Review Guide for EXAM #1
ANTH 1000 003
Dr. Gaetano SPR 2014
The 75-minute in-class exam on Thursday, February 13, consists of 65 multiple-choice questions. Please arrive
for the exam on time and bring a sharpened #2 pencil & a Blue Scantron form (purchase
Anth 1000 004 (Spring 2011)
Section 1: Multiple choice 2 points gplease use scantron to mark answer!
1. Which of the following is NOT a subeld of anthropology?
a. Linguistics ., b. physical
_Test 1 .
c. zoology d. archaeology
, .2. Anthropologist s
Anthropology 1000: Test Two
Part I Multiple Choice: circle the letter corresponding to the correct answer (2 point each)
1. is that complex whole which includes knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, laws,
customs, and any other capabilities and habits a
Other species have their claws attached to their bones
Human do not have their nails attached to their bones
Homo erectus had less differences between males and females than other previous species
The idea of cave man came from the neandertals
Descriptive statistics lets us quickly determine where the data may center and how much the
data may vary
When selecting descriptive statistics we need to determine whether the data re qualitative
(non-numerical characteristics) or quantitative.
This field involved anthro living w culture to get data from them
They collect info by: surveys interviews consulting archives prev published literature
Participant observation allows anthro to: interpret what ppl say n do in the wi
Lab: Smithsonians Mystery Skull Interactive
Mystery skull I
Give the full scientific name for this fossil specimen (the genus and species).
The full scientific name is Homo neanderthalensis
Where was the fossil found?
Darwin knew that dark ppl live close to the equator, and white ppl live in the polls
He said differences in skin colour were not caused by long exposure to different climates
Darwin did not appreciate, after NASA was founded, that there was a relationshi
ANTH 1003 - Study Guide for Final Exam
The final exam will cover the materials across the entire course but with an emphasis on
materials from Modules 4-6. The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice and true/false
questions. The key terms and critical th
1. Provide an example of status elements in body decorations in American culture:
The book gives an example of status element in body decorations in American culture by
explaining hair style associated with unmarried women of the Hopi tribe. These women h
You could get a high level in social status through money, job, and success in the
west. However, Ongka, wanted to achieve this through a big Moka
Ongka was not able to order people to prepare Moka, it was only acceptable to
persuade for help.
WHAT IS ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology perspective is:
Holism comparison being field base study generalization
Because anthro interested in documenting change over time, evolution is the core of anthro
These types of evolution include:
Cultural imperialism is the spread of globalization
Some anthro do not see is an explanation for this spread because:
o discourse of cultural imperialism denies agency to no western ppl
o it assumes non western cultural forms never move from the resto th
I did not know what African authenticity was. The professor told me that my
characters were too much like him, an educated and middle-class man. My
characters drove cars. They were not starving. Therefore they were not authentically
How to creat
1. What was the stature estimate from the recovered long bone? 147.73
- Show your work below:
2.32 x 35 = 81.2 + 66.53 = 147.73 3.94
The mean: 147.7
the low range: 143.8
the high range: 151.7
2. Based on the known missing individuals, which
Play: ability to DO the same thing different ways in ALL behaviour (similar to meaning of
openness but it includes more than just language)
Its important because
o Help build up skills necessary for physical survival
o Important for the development o
Writing Assignment (Identities)
1. How does your text define race? Why do anthropologists believe there is a problem
of equating the concept of race strictly with biology?
According to the textbook, race can be defined as grouping people wi
1. The site presents several aspects of the Enviro-Litigaros that speak of Indian citizens rights to
law authorities to address issues like environment pollutions and legal matters. The writer
hopes to show this example as a story to
Health in societies are shaped by culture social and political esp
Antho use the term suffering so that they do not presume the universality of biomedical
Medical anthropology is a biocultural field because it places human sickness and heal
Evolutionary studies are divided into two majors subfields: Microevolution (focuses on
shorterm evolutionary changes) Macroevolution (focuses on long-term evolutionary
changes, and the origin of new species)
What is Microevolution
The Modern Evolutionary