Chapter 1: Friends in the Forest Gifts are part of a social economy and a materialized emotion o People put good work and sweat into tangible things that they give to one another Speaks about human connection Gebusi was a new part of New Guinea o Believed
Alyssa Rubnitz Anthropology 104, Disc 315 March 10, 2009 PrimeTime: A Christian Community Christians, in the world and especially at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, are of a majority group. One would think that feeling a connection to others with sim
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Anthropological Approaches to the
Study of Politics
Types of Political Organization
Elements of the Political Fabric
From Ethnicity to Nationalism
We often think of politics as having to do
with states, governments, polit
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Of Desire, Values and
Rationality in Cultural. Context
Overall Desires/Values/Goals of Life
Material vs Non-Material
Values in Everyday Decision-Making
Conclusion: Fetishism of Commodit
Language: Defining Drugs/Food
Social Dimensions: Rituals/Kinship/Beauty/Health
Interaction of Mind and Body
Defining Mental Health
Economics and Health
Complexity of cross-cultural definition of
Interrelations with Religion, Economics
Change over Time.
Definition of Kinship: The
complex system of social
relationships based on
Anthropological Approaches to the
Interaction between Culture &
Is there true wilderness?
Landscape: From Secular to Sacred.
Relation of Animals to People
Are Natural Disasters Natural?
Conflicts: From Local to Global
Lupe Fiasco: Paris, Tokyo.
Origins of Cultural Anthropology
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Prime Time Fieldwork Project
Students congregate outside lecture hall in Humanities building Me: when do you go in? Jessica: when someone is brave enough to be the first to step inside. Sometimes we like to do that Walk inside, and Jessica wants to
Michelle Riesenfeld Anthropology 104 Fieldwork Assignment TA: Ellen Hebden Section 330 Fieldwork Assignment
To some, Blue Mound State Park is just a beautiful park on the tallest hill in Wisconsin, just twenty-five miles west of Madison. However, for Stas
Midterm Term and Concept Sheet Culture o Comes from "cultra" to cultivate o How we behave towards our physical environment o Traditions and identities across time Society o A community that is connected linguistically, politically and economically o Share
Culture, Art, & Politics Images in Danger and the Danger in Images
Ritual and Violence Bali, Indonesia Never wound themselves in a trance Indonesian Islamic Art Indonesia= biggest Muslim population Calligraphy Culture, Art & Politics Art worlds in local &
Anthro 104 10.20 How Does Gender Make A Difference? Gender Hierarchies, Gender Egalitarianism The Status of Women Anthropology, the study of man Through much of the 20th century (male) anthropologists studied adult males as representative of a culture, la
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