INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY - Shannon 102 - Spring 2018

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Anthropology Quote of the Week:

"Why are the tribes and nations of the world different [biologically and culturally], and how have the present differences developed?"
- Franz Boas, 1907


Recommended viewing: Macat's "Introduction to Anthropology" (no email required)


GENERAL NOTE: For section 1 of this course (the face-to-face section meeting in Shannon Hall 102 on Tues and Thurs 11am), you do NOT have to do the assignments for my Intro to Anthropology Online class (ANTH-LN1) on BlackBoard! Those assignments are only for my separate online section of the course. You DO still have to do the assignments posted on this webpage. Thanks! ~ Prof Reymers

Recommended websites and videos:

Endangered Cultures:

Language and Myth


Domestication and the Rise of Civilization


Human Variation

Human Evolution

Evolution and Genetics




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Introduction to Anthropology - Spring 2018 - Prof. Kurt Reymers