Introduction to anthropology (4): Origins and History(modern A set of very early, trial, films made in 1988 to experiment with cameras and computers and to introduce anthropology to first year students at Cambridge, by Alan Macfarlane
Approaching Islam Constructively: An Anthropological View Click here fro more info and links to the Literature. Creative Commons Music: The Orientalist Album: 1000 Sounds Lotus Song: Islamatronic cantilliation Neither this nor that, but both and. (The Wife) Great website on reading the Qur'an and background: www.usc.edu (The Ex-Wife). Everything you wish to know with a slant. www.islam- Ancient Near Eastern Literature: ccat.sas.upenn.edu The Nag Hammadi Library On the Gospel of Barnabas: Text: www.sacred- Muslim View Point on the text: Also look at early Christian theology on ideas of After life, demons, and Judgment. Also See Ancient Near Eastern use of Blessings and cursing of Hittite and Assyrian Treaties. Compare that to the text of Deuteronomy. Also see Ancient Near Eastern Law codes. (Christian website but it cover the topic somewhat well): www.theology.edu See the Egyptian view of the Judgment, the idea of weighing of good and bad, The text "The Forty confessions of Matt", also might apply. Jewish View of Demonology: Zoroastrianism beliefs: The literature of Zoroastrianism: www.sacred- Ideas of Paradise as Gardens ect. see Epic of Gilgamesh when he visits Utanapishtim.
The old Slavs and their anthropological type A visual introduction to the Slavic people of the early medieval times, their skull type, and the corresponding facial type of some of todays Russians. The old Slavs were mostly dolichocephalic Nordics. The first anthropological map is the cephalic index, the second the skull height index. For further information on the physical anthropology of the early Slavs, read the works of Ilse Schwidetzky, Carleton Stevens Coon and Andreas Vonderach.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM MEXICO CITY ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM I MEXICO CITY AZTEC SECTION - HUGE Coatlicue ONE HEAVY DUDE!!
Anthropology Anthropology is the systematic study of the similarities and differences among peoples throughout the world at all times. It includes both cross-cultural and evolutionary approaches to understanding the causes of human biological and cultural variation. Anthropological research typically involves fieldwork: living with and studying people in a region or community, investigating archaeological sites for the record of past cultures and societies; exploring fossil remains, primate behavior and human biological variability; describing and ***yzing human linguistic variation. admissions.udel.edu Filmed and edited by Avi Amon '08 www.udel.edu
Anthropology and Society During the mid-twentieth century, two anthropologists made landmark contributions to their field. Julian H. Steward developed cultural ecology, a method for studying cultural change by ***yzing the interaction of social life, environment, and technology. Oscar Lewis created innovative methods for community and family studies and published influential oral histories of the poor to document the human costs of poverty worldwide.
Genevieve Bell: Anthropological Perspective on Social Media Watch this video to learn how social networking sites could be ***yzed through Anthropology. Can social media technologies be studied systematically with tools in the field of Anthropology? In this video, the Director of the Interaction and Experience Research Lab at Intel, Genevieve Bell, affirms--emphatically-- that they could. An anthropologist by training, Bell explains to the Media X Summer Institute attendants how social media technologies like Facebook, Bebo, Hi5, QQ and Myspace could be ***yzed comparatively by taking an ethnographic approach. To view more information about this talk, please visit Media X website: mediax.stanford.edu To keep update with Media X upcoming events, please visit: mediax.stanford.edu To learn how to become a member of Media X, please visit: mediax.stanford.edu Media X is Stanford's catalyst for industry and academic research partnerships on the impact of information and technology on society.
Anthropological Linguistics Thisvideo was created as part of the digital storytelling assignment for "ANT 2000 - General Anthropology" at the University of Florida during the autumn semester of 2010. For this assignment, students answered one of two questions. If their major was anthropology, they created a video about their favorite aspect of anthropology. If there major was not anthropology, they created a video about the intersection between anthropology and their specific discipline. The course website for this class is
Anthropological Study of Berrien Springs High School For my Introduction to Anthropology class at Andrews University.
Cultural Anthropology: Cultural Change Houston Community College - Carol Laman PhD - mini lecture
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BA Anthropology Students share their experiences of what it is like to study Anthropology at Durham University
Cultural Anthropology Fieldwork Food Tiwana
THE LOST TRIBES OF NEW YORK CITY Urban anthropologists Andy & Carolyn London interview some of New York City's more overlooked citizens.
Dr. Mary Ann Pelino's Journey From Anthropology To Medicine Dr. Mary Ann Pelino entered medical school after engaging in international anthropological studies. Dr. Pelino is an obstetrician at Plaza Towers OBGYN.
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Col. Kurtz's Anthropological Understanding A fundamentally anthropological realization of the depths of resistance and rejection, of the sacrifice and dark altruism involved in the total expulsion of imperialism. He was converted.
Lessons in the Anthropology of Nature I / Philippe Descola "Lessons in the Anthropology of Nature" is the title of the five-part Jensen Memorial-Lectures given by Prof. Dr. Philippe Descola from Paris in summer term 2009 at the Goethe-University, Frankfurt on the Main/Germany. Here we are showing the first 10 minutes from first meeting.
anthropological notes (part one) 12 august, Zurich. Street Parade 2006.
An anthropological introduction to YouTube presented at the Library of Congress, June 23rd 2008. This was tons of fun to present. I decided to forgo the PowerPoint and instead worked with students to prepare over 40 minutes of video for the 55 minute presentation. This is the result. more info: 0 Introduction, YouTube's Big Numbers 2:00 Numa Numa and the Celebration of Webcams 5:53 The Machine is Us/ing Us and the New Mediascape 12:16 Introducing our Research Team 12:56 Who is on YouTube? 13:25 What's on Youtube? Charlie Bit My Finger, Soulja Boy, etc. 17:04 5% of vids are personal vlogs addressed to the YouTube community, Why? 17:30 YouTube in context. The loss of community and "networked individualism" (Wellman) 18:41 Cultural Inversion: individualism and community 19:15 Understanding new forms of community through Participant Observation 21:18 YouTube as a medium for community 23:00 Our first vlogs 25:00 The webcam: Everybody is watching where nobody is ("context collapse") 26:05 Re-cognition and new forms of self-awareness (McLuhan) 27:58 The Anonymity of Watching YouTube: Haters and Lovers 29:53 Aesthetic Arrest 30:25 Connection without Constraint 32:35 Free Hugs: A hero for our mediated culture 34:02 YouTube Drama: Striving for popularity 34:55 An early star: emokid21ohio 36:55 YouTube's Anthenticity Crisis: the story of LonelyGirl15 39:50 Reflections on Authenticity 41:54 Gaming the system / Exposing the System 43:37 Seriously Playful Participatory Media Culture (featuring Us by ...
Anthropological Fieldwork in Southern Kyrgyzstan This fieldwork was done by Sorenson Genealogy Molecular Foundation & Anthropology department of American University of Central Asia
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A Summation of Wesch's Anthropological Intro to YouTube This was made for my CSULB English 537 course. It's my first vid so forgive the quality.
Understanding of "Moral Models in Anthropology" by Roy D' Andrade "Moral Models in Anthropology" by an American Anthropology Roy D' Andradefrom McGEE's Anthropological theory.
LSE Department of Anthropology LSE Anthropology students and staff discuss their research and talk about why Anthropology is such a rewarding subject to study at LSE. The department has an excellent international reputation and a long and distinguished history of leadership in the field. It has a strong commitment to teaching and offers students a dynamic and engaged research culture, combining innovative research with core anthropological traditions.
Culture of Wall Street University of Minnesota professor Karen Ho talks about how Wall Street is a culture full of prep school cronies that are so focused on profits and bonuses, that they have no long term economic vision. Ho is the author of the upcoming book, Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street. Based on three years of research immersed in Wall Street fieldwork, including working for a bank, she reveals the dominance of financial culture and how it has spread across America and set the stage for financial crises. This video is part of the Expert Perspectives series at the University of Minnesota.
Inside Anthropology A short film about anthropology (filmed at the London Anthropology Day 2006) made by Ed Owles and Cinzia Rocchi, who have both recently completed a Master's degree in Visual
Pascal's Anthropological Argument "A summary of Pascal's Anthropological Argument" by Dr. Doug Groothuis, Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary.
Anthropological Definition of Culture Gestió Cultural UB Raj Isar talks about the anthropological Definition of Culture to the Universiat de Barcelona
Faces Of Mexico Museo Nacional de Cultural Anthropology Museum This is our visit to Mexico's national museum of Anthropology. Original artifacts in Mexico City. See mexico's rich cultural & history. This was taken the end part of July 2009.
Anthropological fieldwork; a personal account in Nepal This is a personal journey to work with the Gurungs of Nepal, where I have worked from 1969 to the present. Please see for context and other films.
Erin Leonard - Cultural Anthropology Erin - Cultural Anthropology Student, talks about her co-op experiences, leadership experiences at NU and Dialogue of Civilization study abroad in Caribbean - anthropological research in ethnomusicology
An Anthropological Look into the Salem Witch Trials A video I made for my anthropology class covering the events of the 1692 Salem Witch trials and then connecting them to anthropological theories and ideas. Video Clips are from "In Search of History: The Salem Witch Trials" on the History Channel.
Very Chauvinist Funny
Women, Judges and Law: An Anthropological Study of the Sahri'a Court of Gaza by Shehada, Nahda. Women, Judges and Law: An Anthropological Study of the Sahri'a Court of Gaza by Shehada, Nahda. Ramallah: Muwatin. ISBN: 978-9950-312-51-7 Published as part of an agreement of cooperation with the Henrich Boell Foundation - Germany
Anthropological fieldwork in a Gurung village For the context and further film, please see
Street-based Prostitution, An Anthropological Perspective This video presents few anthropological ideas that can contribute to the current debate on safety of prostitutes and to the creation of better services and laws to support them in their work. It focuses mainly on Canada, but its relevance goes well beyond our country. Context: On September 28th 2010, Justice Susan Himel, from the Ontario Superior Court, declared unconstitutional three of the Canada's prostitution laws. In her decision, she ruled that these sections of the country's criminal code violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Considering the security and constitutional rights of ***-trade workers, Judge Himel concluded that the prohibition of operating a common bawdy house, living off the avails of prostitution and communicating for the purposes of prostitution was contributing to the danger faced by prostitutes. The 131-page court ruling, initiated in 2009 by three women generated numerous different reactions from the public. Justice Himel's decision rekindled a public debate that seemed previously amorphous and renewed public interest on *** work industry. Both federal and provincial government quickly appealed the case. ----- Our apologies for the poor quality of the soundtrack.
Cyborg anthropology - Talking to Daniela Cerqui How far is it from Prozac to cyborgs? Daniela Cerqui is a social and cultural anthropologist at the University of Lausanne and explores the edges of "posthuman" society, a society marked by human and computer hybridisation. We talk to her about the definition of "normality" in a technology-centred world, chip implants and the future of human evolution. Daniela Cerqui is also know for following and studying Kevin Warwick's life as a cyborg from an anthropological point of view. More at: nomia.tv
Polygamy from a Scientific and Anthropological Perspective, and a Call to Muslim Men and Women :D So fascinating that men are more approving of this video than women. Women, oh my dear women... my sisters.... how I love you from the depths of my soul. Men too. But I kinda like women more.
Visual Anthropology - Re-usability of Teaching & Learning Materials C-SAP OER Project The Project This video is an introduction to the C-SAP Open Educational Resources Project as part of the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics within the JISC (the Joint Information Systems Committee and JORUM) and the Higher Education Academy in the UK. The project looks at the open access and re-usability of learning objects in Anthropology, Sociology and Politics. Have a look at the project and the toolkit where you will find teaching materials and ideas for re-using these for your own teaching and learning anthropology, and openly sharing these with others through the toolkit. www.c- The video This video introduces one of the modules of the project: Visual Anthropology. The clip discusses some of the issues about this module and its re-usability for anyone wishing to re-use the lectures, contents, powerpoints, reading lists from this course. This video is a short discussion on how best to use and re-use anthropology teaching materials in the C-SAP OER project above.
History of the American Anthropological Associations Annual Meetings Presentation at the 2010 American Anthropological Associations Annual Meetings in New Orleans. These are clips of selected interviews conducted at the 2009 meetings in Philadelphia. -- comments should be addressed to Matthew G. Roth and Faith R. Warner. I feel these brief oral histories are more a community dialogue. Thusly, those who decided to tell their stories deserve to share authorship.