lives, and the epoch in which we live, maybe just as strange and exotic as the lives of people inhabiting the Bongobongolands of Africa, Asia, or the Pacific. Students will conduct weekly internet projects using the vast number of web-sites related to forensic research. What can sustainability be in the context of a globalization? History has shown this to be a formidable challenge that calls to question the relationship between rich and poor countries, and between governments, ordinary people, and natural resource use. Written in Bones: How Human Remains Unlock Secrets of the Dead. One of the most integrative of social sciences, anthropology seeks answers to the age-old question "what does it mean to be human?" through the detailed study and comparison of all cultural traditions.
Our introductory courses-Becoming Human: An Introduction. Anthropology (101) and Introduction to Cultural, anthropology ( 102 )-are required for all. Research and teaching interests: Cultural anthropology : anthropology of aging; medical pluralism in urban societies;. Anth 102, traditional Cultures.
Exam 3, anthropology 102 with Mariasmith at Illinois State
To understand human diversity we will go romeo and juliet3 deeper and further than the superficial national geographic specials we see on cable TV by thoroughly comparing our own lives with others of the past and present. Working closely with an adviser of their choosing, all senior majors research and create an original capstone project. We examine the involvement of social scientists in the design, implementation and assessment of development projects and conservation initiatives from around the world with a focus on the developing world (Latin America, Africa, and the Pacific in particular). Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, May 2001, University of Nevada, Reno. Introduction to Forensic Anthropology. Anthropology, 2002, University of Nevada, Reno. In the face of increasingly apparent global environment change and biodiversity loss, policy makers, academics, and the wider public are now recognizing that the 21st century will be the century of the environment. Unfortunately one defining characteristic of our current epoch is unprecedented cultural and ecological destruction as more and more forests are destroyed, livelihoods undermined, and languages lost.