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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

linguistics- first and third lecs

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10 Feb 2011
53
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Archaeology - Notes from Every Lecture

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8 Jan 2012
51
Three elements of archaeological research: observed material culture, unobserved (past) human/non-human activity. Material evidence: physical, artifact
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Chapter 1-3

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4 Apr 2011
31
Jan27th,2011. : franzboaz(1858 1942), prejudice,westerncivilizationissuperior, acceptedthelabeledgavebyanthropology(kwakiutt), when
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Social Constructionism, Franz Boas, Homo Sapiens

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9 Feb 2011
32
Franz boas 1858-1942: with kwakwaka"wakw (kwakiutl) family, vancouver island, 1894, each culture is a complex of language, culture, and physical type,
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Lecture 4-5

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4 Apr 2011
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Enculturation, Ethnocentrism

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8 Mar 2011
42
Theme: thinking is a social act : study of contemporary and recent human populations, comparative field interested in how societies vary and why, under
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsSummer

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Protein Production, Microevolution, Uracil

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14 Jun 2017
0
Darwin couldn"t figure out how traits moved from one to another. Didn"t understand what was going on on cellular level. Very short generation time (did
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

1st lecture Biological

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7 Apr 2011
30
Rewrite! your lecture notes in full immediately after lecture. *lecture notes will be on the course website. Section goals: historical development of b
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Archaeology Data and Dating

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4 Apr 2011
22
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Forensic Anthropology, Scientific Method, Medical Anthropology

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5 Nov 2015
31
Application of modern evolution theory to studies of morphology, ecology, and behaviour of human and non human primates primatology scientific study of
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Language Culture, Prejudice

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9 Feb 2011
33
Learning resources: book lavenda and schultz available in uoft bookstore, kalmar notes online. Office hours: tuesdays 12:30-1:30, check contacts web pa
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Archaeology Lecture Five + Readings

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12 May 2011
31
, northern china in 1750 b. c. , in the new world 2kya and in tropical africa years later: ancient high civilizations, mesopotamia (3200 bc), nile vall
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