Why Should Students Learn Evolution?
Brian J. Alters and Sandra M. Alters
THEME: Scientific communities unanimously agree that learning about evolution is essential for students
planning on furthering their education in
ANTH 3, Final Study Guide
Fieldwork: Survey vs. excavation what is the difference? What is each used for?
Survey- walking the ground to look for artifacts
Arbitrary- ex: having ten centimeter levels, set distance
ANTH 3, Midterm 2 Study Guide
Columbus day vs. Indegeonous Peoples Day
-columbus exploited, killed and enslaved the indeigenous peoples so the native americans dont like the
holiday, genocide is ongoing
The Frolic (shipwreck on California coast)
Study Questions 1
1) One of the structures the prehistoric people at Range Creek built was a pit house for living in.
Another structure they made was a cave live area where they would store food.
2) Archaeologists at Range Creek used several techniques su
Jelly roll Morton on the mardi gras Indians
People wanted to act like the old Indians did and live to true traditions. They would dance when
they met people who were friends of tribes. If Indians came in the parade wouldnt have people
their. People wo
Midterm Essay (Heather Cornish)
In the article Who is Black? Davis explains that there are different conditions to being
considered each race. Additionally, these conditions continuously change over time. Consider the
word black for instance as a title fo
Pomo Shaman. Dir. Heick, William. Mueller, Gordon. 2013. Film.
Sarris, Greg. Mabel McKay: Weaving the Dream. London, England: University of California Press,
Kottak, Conrad, and Kathryn Kozaitis. On Being Different. New York: McGraw-Hill. 201
Final Essay (Heather Cornish)
The lives of Greg Sarris, Mabel McKay and Essie Parish show us how history shapes
racial identity because Native American traditions are passed down from generation to
generation. Sarris ethnic identity began as that of a whi
ANTH 300/ Tu-Th/ 9:00 10:20
How Real Is Race?
Carol Mukhopadhyay and Rosemary c. Henze
THEME: Separating people into racial categories is not a fair or accurate way to group people because
here is no biological evidence that everyone in one r
ANTH 300 Tu/Th 9-10:20
The Facts of Evolution
THEME: The debate of evolution has been going on for decades. There are large amounts of evidence
that supports the theory of evolution such as changes seen in fossils and vestigia
ANTH 300/ Tu-Th/ 9:00 10:20
What Are Friends For?
THEME: Among baboons, friendship provides company, image, and protection. Friendships usually form
between males and females of the same age who stick close together and groom ea
ANTH 300/ Tu-Th/ 9:00-10:20
The Double Life of Women
Annie Murphy Paul
THEME: The three principal theories regarding human female ovulation are the signaling hypothesis,
the leaky cues hypothesis, and the third hypothesis claims that women ar
ANTH 3, Midterm 1 Study Guide
History of archaeology
Main people in history of archaeology (Nabonidus, Binford, Taylor, Thomsen, Steno, Cuvier)
Speculative-Descriptive Period (ca. 1400-1900) defined objects of study, basic concepts worked