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BARNARD COLLEGEMATH V 2010xjessSpring

conical II.pdf

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BARNARD COLLEGEAFRS BC 2004xAbosede GeorgeSpring

AFRS BC 2004x Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tribal Art

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We do not wish to establish primitive art as a separate type of category, but rather to integrate it with all its amazing variety, into what is already
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BARNARD COLLEGESPAN BC 3099xcarlSpring

SPAN BC 3099x Lecture Notes - Semiosis, Caricature, Conjunto

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Signo: es toda representaci n con un significado convencional dentro de una cultura. Relacion cultura-signo: la cultura le da el significado convencion
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Homo Erectus, Oldowan, Homo Ergaster

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Session 5: origin of the family, part 1. Hunting is a way of supplying food and social interaction. Many consider humans to be free from nature when th
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lee Rogers Berger, Human Body, Lateralization Of Brain Function

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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hand Axe, Estrous Cycle, Signify

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Session 11: shamans in the cave, part 2. Use of arbitrary symbols is a bmh practice. Review session: thursday the 13th at 8 pm! Sign: pattern (audible,
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Chamomile, Es Skhul, Upper Paleolithic

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Session 10: shamans in the cave, part 1. Shanidar cave in iraq, 50 thousand years ago, 9 neanderthals in graves with pollen evidence of flowers (unknow
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anthropocentrism, Carl Linnaeus, Brain Size

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Hominin: any species that is more closely related to us than chimpanzees, any species in the line postdating the break with chimpanzees. Darwin focused
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BARNARD COLLEGEPSYC BC 2141xSumati GuptaFall

PSYC BC 2141x Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: 18 Months, Vaginismus, Sildenafil

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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Reverend Lovejoy, Canine Tooth, Neoteny

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Session 6: origin of the family, part 2. Survivorship: how many individuals in a species survive to different ages. Central base provisioning: model in
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Homo Heidelbergensis, Levallois Technique, Neanderthal

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Taboos and transgressions: rules about right vs. wrong, proper vs. improper, and how people break them. If it"s proper to put away a dead body, it"s ta
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BARNARD COLLEGEANTH V 1007xSeverin FowlesFall

ANTH V 1007x Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Big-Game Hunting, Menopause, Woodworking

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Session 7: origin of the family, part 3. Darwin"s question of why men marry women only considers male choice. Energy problems (only affect women) solve
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