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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

25 Sept 2015

Lisa Garibaldi

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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
25 Sept 2015
Lecturer: Lisa Garibaldi, PhD
Email: lisagaribaldi@gmail.com
Office: Watkins 2121A
Office Hours: W 9-11 and by appointment
From the greek, anthropos

o Anthropology studies people and why they do what they do
o Non-judgmental, rather trying to understand
o Question common sense, challenge ideas about what is normal

What is Anthropology?
Section Participation 10
Midterm 20
Final 30
Papers 30

Total: 100

Course Outline
Section Participation:
Assignments, activities
and/or quizzes

Readings should be completed
your section
23 Oct 2015
Bring Scantron, pencil, pen

Test will be a combination of multiple choice, short answer, and essay questions.
Final Exam
8 Dec 2015
7-10 PM

Same protocols as midterm

Cumulative exam
Pod Papers
2 Papers (2-3 pages), 15 points each

Papers will be due within 3 days of the final lecture of the pod.

Instructions for paper will be posted on iLearn

Papers will be turned in on safeassign as well as a hard copy to your TA

You are encouraged to complete these papers as early in the quarter as possible
Four Field Anthropology
Applied Anthropology
Medical Anthropology
What is Culture?
Dynamic/not static
Has history
Involves debate
Involves struggle for power
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