Eat Pray Love: A Religious Experience
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert is a religious experience through the eyes of a one
woman's exploration of herself and her faith. It was published by Riverhead Books in 2007 in
the United States of America and is
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HIST 4: World History to 1500
Eyes Around the World
The importance of religion in the history of the world is essential; it has given
millions and millions of individuals all the world something to live for. It al
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Video Questions: Ghost in Your Genes
1. From what you learned about inheritance from the readings, slide lectures and film,
compare and contrast normal gene expression to epigenetic effects on the genome.
Lab Video Questions: Becoming Human (Part II)
1. What can lice tell us about human evolution?
Lice have been with us throughout out evolution. Lice suck blood; therefore, they
held DNA from Homo erectus, and more early humans.
Video Questions: Alien from Earth
1. From watching the film, do you think the available evidence is more in favor of
the Hobbit being (a) a microcephalic Homo sapiens or (b) a completely different
species, Homo floresiensi
What is ethnography?
Observed method to understand the interaction
- More than just written product
Describe participant observation?
Living with in a community or getting deeply into rhythms
What is culture?
Key Anthropological terms:
Defining Key Terms
Ethnocentrism:assuming our way of doing things is correct or superior while simply
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Monopolization of Knowledge,
Social Inequality, and Female
Status: A Cross-Cultural Study
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*3? The Hijra as Neither Man nor Woman
In the time of the Ramayana, Ram fought with the demon Ravenna
and went to Sri Lanka to bring his wife, Sita, back to India. Before
this, his father commanded Ram to leave Ayodhya [his native city] and
Sex and Gender Study Guide, Exam 1
35 Multiple Choice Questions
15 True False
Low Chapters 1-6
Powerpoints Weeks 1-5
Videos: What Females Want What Males Will Do
Readings: Reproductive Ecology of Fem
Sex and Gender Exam 2 Study Guide
PPT Lectures from Weeks 6 9
Sheryl Sandbergs TED Talk: Why we have too few women leaders
Article: Monopolization of Knowledge, Social Inequality, and Female Status: A Cross-Cultural
From Urban Life:
Gmelch, "A West Indian Life in Britain
West Indian governments made no effort to stop the immigration of their citizens because
it was seen as a safety valve for unemployment and to get rid of high excess popula
Political innovation and inter-ethnic alliance
Kayapo resistance to the developmentalist state
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of Anthropology (Emeritus)
at the University o
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the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo. London:
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Death Without Weeping
Has poverty ravaged mother love in the shantytowns of Brazil?
I have seen death without weeping,
The destiny of the Northeast is death,
Cattle they kill,
To the people they do
Review Essay: The Affective Work of Marketing and Consuming Fair Trade Coffee
From Modern Production to Imagined Primitive:The Social World of Coffee from Papua New
Guinea. Paige West. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012.
tive to context. That the problems persist despite the experiences of recent disasters says
something about the fraught network which connects international NGOs, states, and survivors.
To restructure the network is beyond the means of th
critique and engagement. Detractors, inside the
discipline and beyond it, who think of anthropology as
a stodgy remnant of colonial oppression, mired in a
static abstraction of isolated and bounded cultures, will
be hard-pressed to recognize their
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The anthropologist has become so familiar with the diversity of ways in which
different peoples behave in similar situations that he is not apt to be surprised by
even the most
Essay 3: Mormon Fundamentalism
According to the website, World Religions and Spiritualities Project, Mormon
Fundamentalism believe in the core doctrines that the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day
Saints believe in (WRSP). These two groups emerged
Spiritual Healing: Yanomami and Indonesia
The Killer Healers
Shamans have the ability both heal and to kill (Joki, 2014). Because of the ability to
do both evil and good, shamans neighbors regard them with some suspicion(Stein 2011: 122).
1. The Moka, or gift, ends up being the most important part of a highland man's life. The bigger
the moka, the bigger the fame for Ongka. Not having a good moka essentially makes you a
failure as a man, similar to how it may be seen if you can't reproduce
1. The Trobriand Islands are slightly distant from the rest of Papua New Guinea. This kind of
isolation has created a different type of society, that is complex and doesn't have a form of
2. Both men and women have power in the Trobriand Islands
Governments around the world believe that tribal people can gain from urban progress,
and push it onto them. However, when you focus on what urbanization has brought tribal
people from Africa to Micronesia, it is usually poverty, health issues and a decl
The high rate of infant mortality and child deaths in Alto do Cruzeiro seems to bee a
commination of economic factors, like low wages and no government help, along with a
traditional belief that it was in Jesuss plan to not let the ill=fated child survive
1. Art forms can be affected by capitalism; as less economically viable methods of art
production are eliminated for those that do better. An example of this is Zapotec
entrepreneurs severely weakening Navajo weavers by copying their styles.
2. Cultures a