Between Obesity and Hunger:
The Capitalist Food Industry*
We live in a world capable, in principle, of providing a diverse and healthy diet for all,
and yet one quarter of its people suffer from frequent hunger and ill health generated
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"If They Only l(new"
The Unbearable Whiteness of Alternative Food
"If people only knew where their food came from . . . . " This phrase
resounds in alternative food movements. My students voice it in the
classroom, and it is often the fir
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Can Organic Farming
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Perspectives on a Food
Movements Place in World Food
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Increases infiltration and permeability of heavy soils, thus
reducing erosion and runoff.
Compost and Its Benefits1
Improves water holding capacity, thus reducing water loss
and leaching in sandy soils.
What is Compost?
REVIEW LECTURE 24 MODERN MISMATCH
1. What are two differences between modern life and the life of our ancestors, that
have implications for health issues in the modern world?
1) more stressful (competitive) social environment with less support;
2) much ea
16 April 2017
Film 1 The Fast Runner
1. Atanarjuat is dueling Oki. There is a tradition to settle disputes where the quarreling
parties initiate in physical contact. It is not a modern day fight, rather one where the tr
16 April 2017
Film 2 Becoming Human
1. Dr. Alemseged found the skull of a child in Ethiopia. He called it Salom (Ethiopian word
2. Dr. Alemseged looked at the adult teeth growing within her. Salom lived 3.3
Lecture 1: Smith, M: States and Urban Revolution
Life before the Urban Revolution: The average human being enjoyed
economic freedoms. Men decided for themselves how long they would work,
what they would work on or if they work at all. Woman also
Module 4 Lecture notes
Lecture 1: Hopewell, Ohio
2200-1500 B.P. (200 B.C.- 450 A.D.)
Communal ceremonial centers
o Distant raw materials
o Elaborate material culture
-Hopewell was not first to make
Module 3 Lecture notes
Lecture 1: Barton, M. WHAT IT MEANS TO FARM
We take farming for granted as- normal for humans, uniquely human/ but not
-Independently invented in multiple places
-only appears in the Holocene
What it means to farm= an ecolo
Module 6: Were past societies sustainable?
Lecture 1: Smith, M. The Maya: Jungle Living
Classic-period Maya society:
Classic Period: AD 100-900
Lowland jungle setting
The earliest archaeologists found pyramids and stone monuments
House mounds scattere
Lecture 1. Smith, M
High Altitude- Cold
Use of animals/plants single most important development
Urban Revolution: Term for development for the first state level socialites, kings, cit
Lecture 1. Marean, C
Our species originated in Africa- 200,000-100,000 years ago
The scientific study of human origins
Archaeology contribution- study the material record created by tools
abd discarded food remains
Module 7 Lecture Notes
Lecture 1: Kintigh, K. Descendant communities
Who owns the Past?
At least three groups make claims
o What are the groups
o What is the basis of these claims?
1. Archaeologists- a public good. Non-renewable resource. Needs to be
Many things can be learned from the study of our early hominins. For example, just from
studying teeth anthropologists have learned about the social organization of Australopithecine.
This ancestor group ha
In Khmer most aspects of everyday life were controlled by the government. The economy relied heavily
on the surplus of rice. The city also had irrigation for drainage and giant reservoirs. These reservoirs may
have represented the power of the king becaus
Recognizing Olmec Style Exercise
The objectives of this exercise are to learn to recognize, characterize, and interpret the Olmec style. Through the exercise you should
develop the ability to:
1. Recognize the Olmec style, to distinguish it from o
Sociopolitical Significance of Shaft Tombs Exercise
Sociopolitical Significance of Shaft Tombs Exercise
Look at the images on the following pages. Use them, as well as the information presented in the
lecture, to answer the following qu
ASB 222-online, Assignment 1
Date: Jan 14, 2017
What is the activity? (1 point)
Children playing together
Where did your observation take place, and what was the space like (open, public, private,
etc.)? (2 points)
On the living room
Key Terms for Module 7: Archaeology Today
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 (NAGPRA)
Relationship between Native Americans and Archaeologists/Museums
Claims on owning the past-Who and What is the justification?
Morality and th
September 19, 2014
Correlation of Race and Genetics
The concept of race has been debated and discussed for years by ordinary people and
scientists alike. Some use race as a way to categorize humans into diff
I think it is impossible to determine a fair standard in sports today. Every athlete
possesses different genetic advantages and disadvantages making the playing field unfair. For
example, one male may be 6 feet tall and weigh 260 pounds m
November 21, 2014
For the structure of Gbekli Tepe tells u much about agriculture, monuments, and
sedentism. The monument was made my hunter gatherers before they transitioned over to
settling down in commun
War is not unique to humans, war is part of nature. Chimpanzees are one such species
that also rage war in this world. The Chimpanzee shares about 98% of its genes with the human
race making them the closest thing related to hum
There are believed to be many reasons for why humans lost most of their body hair. For
example, some believe we went through an aquatic phase where it was important to be sleek and
faster in the water. Others believe we ventured away from
1. In primate societies what is aggression frequently used for?
-Aggression is used to increase and animals status in the group. It can also be used to protect
resources or territory.
2. In dominance hierarchies why would a higher ranking female have bett