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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tracy ProwseWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Egyptian Pyramids, Remote Sensing, Aerial Photography

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26 Apr 2013
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Middens: bones and other hearth and processing debris, patterns of food consumption. Cave site: highly specialized, 30-100 thousand years ago (neandert
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Marvin Harris

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26 Apr 2013
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Food taboos: a marker of identity, protection against diseases, environment (ecology) Environmental reasons not suitable for area or scarce. Medical re
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Omnivore, Potlatch, Rodent

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26 Apr 2013
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97-110 (not responsible for the section on pp. However if you look across cultures you see they also have these guides. Different cultures have differe
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tracy ProwseWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, Marvin Harris, Stuffed Peppers

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4 Apr 2013
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Food-there is an eating context matched with social meaning. Pattern of aversion often have to do with meats. Wet-dry e. g. hot and cold classification
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March 5.docx

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4 Apr 2013
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Missing notes for 26, 28, and monday"s class. Homo habilis (~2. 8-1. 8mya)-evidence of stone tools; slightly bigger brain. Homo erectus (~1. 8-0. 4 mya
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tracy ProwseWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Blunt Trauma, Pearl Hunting, Exostosis

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4 Apr 2013
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The study of the human skeleton in an archaeological context: health, diet. Not just what did people eat but what about differences within populations.
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tracy ProwseWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Homicide, Biological Anthropology, Supraorbital Ridge

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25 Mar 2013
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tracy ProwseWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Herbivore, Animal Husbandry, Viral Hemorrhagic Fever

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25 Mar 2013
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Globalization- re-emergence of infectious diseases thinking about disease in biomedical metaphors. Little water borne pathogens burrow into bottom of f
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Osteology, Fundamental Interaction, Jane Goodall

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25 Mar 2013
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - John Colarusso, Andy Roddick, Participant Observation

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25 Mar 2013
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Looking at the word anthropology it can be broken down into two parts: Logia=study of: thus anthropology is the study of humankind and aspects of human
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