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Class Notes for Anthropology at Ryerson University


RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture 5: ANT100 Lecture 5 (After Reading Week & Midterm)

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Eurasia as a hotspot: we do not need to rank eurasians as a cultural complex or advanced compared to any group, expand and growth of agriculture over t
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture 8: ANT100 Lecture 8

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Puritanism, slavery, manifest destiny, scientific racism, colonialism, imperialist expansion. Map projections: different projections shape different pe
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture 7: ANT100 Lecture 7

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Power produces: social discipline, conformity, disciplinary power, conditioning of the mind, body, society, institutions, surveillance in prison - pano
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Human Genetic Variation, Microevolution, Allele Frequency

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Interconnection between species within a group and between different species. A change at the level of dna: this is random. (cid:862)(cid:373)ig(cid:39
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture 6: ANT100 Lecture 6

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There is no single definition of culture, its vague and squishy. Example: general classroom behaviour (hierarchy), orient ourselves physically, not jus
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Overproduction, Zygosity, Uniformitarianism

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Living things were thought to have undergone no change since they were divinely created. There was a fixed number of kinds of living organisms. The bei
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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Aurignacian, Homo Sapiens, Upper Paleolithic

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RYERSONANT 100Dana OsborneFall

ANT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quadrupedalism, Opentype, Thumb

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Mammals are hairy, toothy, warm blooded vertebrates. Primates are members of eutheria, means that they are (cid:858)pla(cid:272)e(cid:374)tal (cid:373)
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