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CEUS-R 310 Lecture 1: 1

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Department
Central Eurasian Studies
Course Code
CEUS-R 310
Professor
Elisabeth Lloyd
Lecture
1

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8/26/15: Anthropology
anthropology: the study of mankind
why we behave, look, vary from cultures
subhelds
o archaeology
o biological
o socio-cultural
o linguistic
Archaeology
o materials- artifacts, features
o artifacts and cultures in the past
Biological Anthropology
o focus on humans as a biological species
o genetics, evolution, fossils, biology of living people, nonhuman primates
Socio-cultural Anthropology
o human cultures- how and why they differ
o culture: ideas and behaviors that are learned and transmitted
o ethnography: fieldwork with a particular group
o kinship, religion, ecology economics, etc.
Linguistic Anthropology
o language
o similarities and differences in 3,000 languages
How do they study?
o ex. cave painting of animals and horses
Honoring animals
o profound and complex relationships
o animals entitled to respect because they give their life for humans
Evidence
o written records and photographs
o art, ethnography, oral traditions
o archaeological remains
Creation stories
o how the world came to be
o people, animals, supernatural beings in human and animal form
o oral traditions
o land and animals are clues to images and events
Learn?
o animals as food
o hunting
o extinctions/ over-hunting
o fishing
o animal processing
o fish processing
o ceremonial
o rock art
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82615: Anthropology anthropology: the study of mankind why we behave, look, vary from cultures subhelds o archaeology o biological o sociocultural o linguistic Archaeology o materials artifacts, features o artifacts and cultures in the past Biological Anthropology o focus on humans as a biological species o genetics, evolution, fossils, biology of living people, nonhuman primates Sociocultural Anthropology o human cultures how and why they differ o culture: ideas and behaviors that are learned and transmitted o ethnography: fieldwork with a particular group o kinship, religion, ecology economics, etc. Linguistic Anthropology o language o similarities and differences in 3,000 languages How do they study? o ex. cave painting of animals and horses Honoring animals o profound and complex relationships o animals entitled to respect because they give their life for humans Evidence o written records and photographs o art, ethnography, oral traditions o archaeological remains Creation stories o how the world came to be o people, animals, supernatural beings in human and animal form o oral traditions o land and animals are clues to images and events Learn? o animals as food o hunting o extinctions overhunting o fishing o animal processing o fish processing o ceremonial o rock art
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