2 edition of teaching of anthropology found in the catalog.
teaching of anthropology
David G. Mandelbaum
by California University Press, Cambridge University Press in Berkeley, London
|Statement||edited by David G. Mandelbaum, Gabriel W. Lasker, Ethel M. Albert.|
|Contributions||Lasker, Gabriel Ward., Albert, Ethel M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||611|
For this fall’s teaching cultural anthropology, I have retained a trio of books I’ve been using for several years: Ruth Benedict’s Patterns of Culture, Laura Bohannan’s Return to Laughter and Elizabeth Chin’s Purchasing Power: Black Kids and American Consumer Culture.. This time around I’m trying to see if teaching cultural anthropology “works” by juxtaposing those books. Different from other introductory textbooks, this book is an edited volume with each chapter written by a different author. Each author has written from their experiences working as an anthropologist and that personal touch makes for an accessible introduction to .
Because the second edition of the book has grown to 19 chapters, the book has been divided into two parts. Chapters in the first section cover the fundamental topics found in most introductory cultural anthropology courses. The Development of Anthropological Ideas, written by Laura Nader, leads the second section, which focuses on in-depth. The author applies university level feminist discourse to secondary level teaching, to reveal complexity in the ways in which women’s roles in and experiences of the Holocaust are taught at Jewish institutions. The book ends, somewhat ambivalently, with Said’s observation about a lack of neutrality in the study of history.
Anthropology, then, is the study of human beings as cultural animals. Sociocultural anthropology draws its data from the direct study of contemporary peoples living in a wide variety of circumstances, from peasant villagers and tropical forest hunters and gatherers to urban populations in modern societies, as well as from the history and. Section II of the book, Nutrition and Health, begins with a chapter on “Teaching Obesity: Stigma, Structure, and Self.” The authors of Chapter 3 describe the ways they use the topic of obesity to address key concepts in their upper and lower division undergraduate courses on anthropology and global health including poverty, discrimination.
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Teaching Anthropology (TA) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to the teaching of anthropology. A journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, TA promotes teaching of anthropology book and reflection about anthropological pedagogies in schools, colleges and universities.
Teaching sharpens our research q. Feel free to browse the extensive resources available on the Discover Anthropology page, here Our friends at Cultural Anthropology also host an amazing set of Teaching Tools, here February From Potlatch to Prisoner’s Dilemma: An Effective.
Unique in focus and content, this book is the first to focus on the "how" of teaching anthropology across all of its sub-fields -- Cultural-Social, Biological, Archaeology, and Linguistics (and their two dimensions: research and applied studies) -- and to provide a wide array of associated learning outcomes and student by: 9.
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OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages. Contents: Contributors --Participants in symposia on teaching --The Transmission of anthropological culture/ David G. Mandelbaum --pt.I The Undergraduate curriculum in anthropology --Introduction --The Curriculum in cultural anthropology / Cora Du Bois --The Curriculum in physical anthropology / Sherwood L.
Best Popular Anthropology Books Linguistics, Physical and Biological Anthropology, Archaeology, and Cultural Anthropology - some of the stuff written for professionals is bit dense. What are the best books for a general audience.
Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Books shelved as anthropology-fiction: Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method by Andrew Causey, The Plains of Passage by Jean M.
Auel, Déjà Dead. Integrating concepts from philosophical, anthropological, and astrobiological disciplines, the book begins to explore the interdisciplinary questions of cosmic evolution.
Authors have diverse backgrounds in science, history, anthropology, and more. ( views) An Introduction to Anthropology by E.O. James - MacMillan, Told with verve and momentum, this gem of a book is ideal for the classroom.
It does an exceptional job of showing how America made Wal-Mart, and how Wal-Mart made America. Along the way, The World of Wal-Mart demonstrates why anthropology in particular is well-suited for making sense of the world we live in/5(7).
Anthropology: The Basics provides a concise introduction to the subfields of anthropology, including the key concepts, methods, and the central questions that anthropologists have grappled with in.
Routledge & CRC Press Series: Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology This book demonstrates the usefulness of anthropological concepts by taking a critical look at Wal-Mart and the American Dream.
Rather than singling Wal-Mart out for criticism, the authors treat it as a product of a socio-political order that. OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction / Gabriel W. Lasker --A survey of catalog listings in anthropology / Gabriel W. Lasker (with the assistance of Zenon Pohorecky and Lewis Klein) --Student enrollments and teachers of anthropology in California / Gabriel W.
Lasker and Harold Nelson --Personnel resources: building the. The co-edited book, Street Economies in the Urban Global South (SAR Press ) received the book prize from the Society for the Anthropology of Work.
Professor Hansen’s extensive publication record includes several single-authored and co. By Paige West. For about a decade I have been teaching a graduate seminar in anthropology at Columbia University called “Decolonizing Methodology” which takes Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s groundbreaking book Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples as its starting point and also draws on other key texts focused on research.
This book offers a creative and innovative approach to teaching anthropology. Rather than dividing content into topics such as gender, race, and the economy, this book adopts an alternative approach that covers key anthropological skills and asks students to embark on different challenges/5(5).The book provides the first comprehensive examination of teaching issues across all the subfields of anthropology since the publication of "The Teaching of Anthropology," edited by Mandelbaum, Lasker, and Albert.
The teaching of general, cultural, physical, archaeological, linguistic, and applied anthropology is broadly addressed in the by: Welcome to our newly renovated SLA teaching page!
There is a calendar archive, and a category list where you can link to archived teaching posts from the last decade that were on our previous site. There are many topics addressed here, so if you are looking for something specific, please use the search window and type in a keyword. If you would like to submit new teaching .