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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiFall

Archaeology-Lecture 5-Origins and Consequences of Food Production Nov 27 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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Archaeology-Lecture 6-The Archaeology of Complexity Dec 4 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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Archaeology-Lecture 4-Upper Paleolithic Lifeways and Peopling of the Americas Nov 20 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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Lecture 4 - upper paleolithic lifeways and peopling of the americas. Lower paleolithic: 2. 5 mya to 300 kya: h. habilis (oldowan); h. erectus (acheliua
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Archaeology-Lecture 2-Analysis and Interpretation Oct 30 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiWinter

Chapter 4-The Social and Cultural Construction of Reality notes Apr 6 2009

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23 Aug 2010
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Ethnographic examples: tourism, be able to compare relationships to nature among north american homeowners (lec 6) with those of. **sections of focus:
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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiFall

Archaeology-Lecture 5-Origins and Consequences of Food Production Nov 27 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiFall

Archaeology-Chapter 2-Uncovering the Past-Tools and Techniques Oct 23 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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O historical archaeology: a specialty within archaeology that studies the material remains of recent peoples who left written records. O culture: the s
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Biology-Lecture 6-Chapter 11-Human Variation Oct 16 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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O directional selection: a type of natural selection that increases the frequency of a trait (the trait is said to be positively favored, or adaptive)
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Archaeology-Chapter 3 Reconstructing The Past- Analysis and Interpretation Oct 30 2008

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23 Aug 2010
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Chapter 3: reconstructing the past: analysis and interpretation. O conservation: process of treating artifacts, ecofacts, and in some cases even revers
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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiWinter

Chapter 8-Cultural Construction of Conflict and Violence Mar 26 2009

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23 Aug 2010
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Ethnographic examples: kiowa, yanamamo, vice lords, ju/hoansi, semai, inuit, xinguano, buid, soa. Chapter 8: the cultural construction of conflict and
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Culture-Lecture 3-The Price of Progress-Feast and Famine Mar 12 2009

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23 Aug 2010
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Lecture 3: the price of progress: feast & famine. N way culture limits choices we exercise when we decide what we are going to eat. N changing fundamen
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Linguistics-Lecture 5-Morphology and Phonology Feb 5 2009

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23 Aug 2010
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N study of morphemes -> not to be confused with syllables. Is concerned with spoken, not written language: words are made up of morphemes, allomorphs:
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