INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY - ONLINE . . .Spring 2019

Weekly Assignments

Other Info

Week 16. Course ConcludedHE&C 8e

F
inal grades can be reviewed on the grades page using your password. If you do not know your password, you can email me.

Have a great summer!

Anthropology Quote of the Week:

"Through consciousness, our minds have the power to change our planet and ourselves. It is time we heed the wisdom of the ancient indigenous people and channel our consciousness and spirit to tend the garden and not destroy it." - Bruce Lipton

ONLINE MEDIA
Chief Online Media B2:
Life Without Chiefs by Marvin Harris
OM9 Online Media B1: Reciprocity and the Power of Giving, by Lee Cronk
Family

Online Media 10:
Is There a Family? New Anthropo-logical Views, by Collier, Rosaldo and Yanagisako

OM8

Online Media 9:Linguistics as a Window to Understanding the Brain, feat. Stephen Pinker, Big Think, 2012

OM7 Online Media 8: Everything You Wanted To Know About Culture But
Were Afraid To A
sk Dr. Saba F. Sabdar, TEDxGuelphU
OM6 Online Media 6:
Watch this video of the archaeology of the Fremont Indians by Time Team America (PBS 2012)
OM5 Watch PBS Eons: The Two People We're All Related To
(PBS, YouTube, ~10 min, 2018)
OM3 Online Media 4: Watch PBS NOVA's"Becoming Human, Part III" (YouTube, ~52 min, 2014)
OM3 Online Media 3: Watch In Search of Human Origins (1999, 69 min, Discovery Channel)
OM1

Online Media 2: Evidence for Evolution from StatedClearly.com (YouTube 11:22)
due Feb 1

Reco1

Online Media 1: Macat's "Introduction to Anthropology"
due Jan 25

 

Recommended websites and videos:

Introduction


Evolution - General

Human Evolution


Human Variation


Archaeology

Domestication and Civilization


Anthropological Linguistics


Endangered Cultures


 

Blackboard Link

Online Media have concluded


Note: I will give you 3 chances to get the subject heading correct and to not include attachments in your online media emails to me.

For example, when you sent the first online media assignment, you should have used a subject heading in the email of "ANTH1." If you wrote something else (like, for instance, "Online Media Questions 1" or "anth 1 hw"), or if you have included your assignment as an attachment, you have not paid attention to the details of the assignment instructions (details which make it crucially easier for me to organize your responses and read what you have written).

You can do this three times without penalty, but a fourth instance of not paying attention to the details will result in a 1-point reduction from your Online Media grade. For the vast majority of you who are doing it right, thank you for paying attention to the details!

- Regards, Prof Reymers


The online media assignments:

Each week, excepting exam weeks (see the course schedule) you will be reponsible for completing and submitting by email a weekly online media activity. This may entail doing a reading or watching a video made available online, or performing some other kind of activity. Instructions will be posted weekly right here on the webpage by Monday and will be due (by email) on Friday at 5pm of each week. You should e-mail your completed assignment to reymers@morrisville.edu, with the a subject heading of "ANTH#" (with "#" being the number of that week's online activity, as noted above).

Note: for regular correspondence, do not use the above link to my email, or remove the automatic subject line heading, as activities with this subject line are automatically filtered into my email activities folder (and thus I will not see an email having to do with something else until the following week or later).


The Discussion Board

You should be actively posting weekly to the Discussion Board so as to add to your participation score for the course. Here is how to add a discussion postThe "Discussions" can be found with the links on the left side of the Blackboard page; click that link and then click on the title of the Discussion to which you want to add a comment or reply. You'll see a page of threads with the other student's names; to add to it, click "Create Thread".

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In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml

If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond "fair use," you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.

 

Introduction to Anthropology Online - Spring 2019 - Prof. Kurt Reymers