Political anthropology: lecture 1 Theory in political anthropology and the state. Political systems, state and law, political theory since Aristotle, anthropology and politics
A Day in the Life - Anthropologist A typical day in the life of an Anthropologist. Courtesy of CareerOneStop. Learn how to get there at . Colleges Educate. We Create Careers.
Chris Potter "Anthropology" "Chris is always fully entertaining," says Cohen. "He's one of the only players who, from passage to passage or from phrase to phrase, never seems to repeat himself. He's just always full of delight and surprise. I think he's one of the best tenor players under the age of 40 out there right now." Chris Potter - Tenor Sax Peter Madsen - Piano Peter Herbert - Bass Tom Cohen - Drums The Studio, New York, NY (02/11/1998)Potter has released a number of albums as leader and has performed and recorded with many leading musicians including Patricia Barber, Kenny Werner, Red Rodney, Marian McPartland, the Mingus Big Band, Paul Motian, Ray Brown, Jim Hall, James Moody, Dave Douglas, Joe Lovano, Wayne Krantz, Mike Mainieri, Steve Swallow, Steely Dan, Dave Holland, Joanne Brackeen, Adam Rogers and many more. ; 55 Bar, Ari Hoenig, Avishai Cohen, Ben Monder, Ben Street, Bill McHenry, Birdland, Brad Shepik, brooklyn jazz, David Binney, Douglas Bradford, Drew Gress, Eesti Maja, Fat Cat, Gary Wang, jam session, Jason Lindner, Jazz Gallery, Jazz Standard, John Beaty, John Ellis, John Escreet, Kristjan Randalu, Mark Ferber, Mark Guiliana, Mark Guiliana's Thing, Mike Moreno, Mike Severson, Nasheet Waits, Nick Anderson, Nir Felder, no cover, Park Slope, Prospect Park, Rose, Rose Live Music, Smalls, Solo Kitchen Bar, Spike Hill, tasuta joogid, Tea Lounge, the Stone, Tim Collins, Village Vanguard, Williamsburg.
O'Reilly Webcast: Cyborg Anthropology: A Short Introduction Cyborg Anthropology is a way of understanding how we live as technosocially connected citizens in the modern era. Our cell phones, cars and laptops have turned us into cyborgs. What does it mean to extend the body into hyperspace? What are the implications to privacy, information and the formation of identity? Now that we have a second self, how do we protect it? This presentation will cover aspects of time and space compression, communication in the mobile era, evaporating interfaces and how to approach a rapidly changing information spaces.
What is social anthropology? A brief overview of social anthropology and the study of other cultures. Please see for the context and further films
Keith Hart - Anthropology and Globalisation- Part 1 Keith Hart Lecture on Globalisation. Anthropology Department, Goldsmiths college, University of London. March 2005
Crime Scene Investigation and Forensic Anthropology In this program, three distinguished University of Maryland professors, Marilyn London, professor of anthropology, Tom Mauriello, professor of criminology and criminal justice, and Andrew Wolvin, professor of communication, come together to discuss how scientists assist in criminal investigations. They take a look at the lives, research, and education of criminal investigators and forensic anthropologists to show how science is being used to solve crimes.
What Role Do Anthropologists Play in Solving Crime? Physical Anthropologist Michael Billinger talks about how he creates a biological profile by examining skeletal remains. For more videos like this visit www.booked.tv
Forensic Anthropology A forensic anthropologist describes and shows what's part of their work.
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.
Bud Powell - Anthropology (1962) Bud Powell - piano Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen - bass Jorn Elniff - drums Live from Café Montmartre, Copenhagen, early 1962
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Ari Hoenig - Anthropology Anthropology Jean-Michel Pilc, Piano Johannes Weidenmueller, Bass Ari Hoenig, Drums You can hear the studio version of ari playing this song on his cd Inversations. its quite good i recommend it.
Aztec Empire & Culture Interesting Facts, Anthropology 1 Aztec Empire & Culture Interesting Facts, Anthropology 1 Fun facts about the Aztec culture. Find out things about the Aztec calendar, Aztec symbols, Aztec gods, Aztec Art, Aztec Warriors, some history of the Aztecs and their civilization, religion and sacrifice. Music By Jimmy Gelhaar www.jimmyg.us http This video was produced by Psychetruth Copyright © 2010 Target Public Media LLC. All Rights Reserved. This video maybe displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited.
First Contact (BBC4 Anthropology Season) - Part 1 of 6 Adventurous and high-paying tourists are being offered the chance to make "first contact" with some of the world's last remaining uncontacted tribes. First contact with the outside world usually spells disaster for genuine uncontacted tribes. Presented by Mark Anstice, an experienced expedition leader and author of a book also called First Contact, this film looks at the complex issues surrounding the ethics of first contact and meets the people involved.
Jean Rouch on the Future of Visual Anthropology
Anthropology Thompson Lucky 1959 Anthropology Thompson Lucky 1959 Lucky Thompson the famous American early bebop tenor saxophonist is on a visit to the Blue Note Club in Paris. In December 1959 this clip was recorded with the Bud Powell trio with Kenny Clarke on drums and Pierre Michelot on bass. Also an interesting guitar solo from Jimmy Gourley.
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 ...
Aztec Empire & Culture Interesting Facts, Anthropology 2 Aztec Empire & Culture Interesting Facts, Anthropology 2 Fun facts about the Aztec culture. Find out things about the Aztec calendar, Aztec symbols, Aztec gods, Aztec Art, Aztec Warriors, some history of the Aztecs and their civilization, religion and sacrifice. Music By Jimmy Gelhaar www.jimmyg.us http This video was produced by Psychetruth Copyright © 2010 Target Public Media LLC. All Rights Reserved. This video maybe displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited.
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.
Economic anthropology: lecture 3 The Exchange of Wealth - gifts, reciprocity, commodities, markets, capitalism. For the context and other materials please see
Ignite: Amber Case - Cyborg Anthropology Amber Case is a Cyber Anthropologist and studies how tech is changing our lives. In just five minutes, she runs through her research on the ever-expanding population of cyborgs. Ignite captures the best of geek culture in a series of five-minute speed presentations on topics ranging from The Best Way to Buy a Car to Hacking Chocolate. Imagine that you're on stage in front of an audience of hundreds of people, doing a five-minute presentation using a slide deck that auto-forwards every 15 seconds, whether you're ready or not. What would you do? What would you say? Could you stand the pressure? Every week, find out how some of the smartest minds on the planet dealt with this situation as your host, Brady Forrest, highlights a different talk from Ignites around the world. Learn more at .
Doing Anthropology Cultural Anthropology is a social science that explores how people understand - and act in - the world. But what, exactly, is it that Cultural Anthropologists do? How do they approach their research? In this short film, three members of MIT's Anthropology Department, Stefan Helmreich, Erica James, and Heather Paxson, talk about their current work and the process of doing fieldwork.
Anthropology DiMartino/Osland Jazz Orchestra Anthropology - Dizzy Gillespie/Charlie Parker, arranged by Raleigh Dailey featuring: John Willmarth, drums Miles Osland, alto saxophone Vince DiMartino, trumpet
What is anthropology and why should we teach it? Are you looking for a curriculum that teaches about cultural diversity while developing character and instilling respect for others? Educator/anthropologist Lauren W. Hasten shows how anthropology can provide students with tools for understanding the world.
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
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
Political anthropology: lecture 3 Law and conflict resolution. Definitions and functions of law comparative law, status, contract, individual rights, courts, juries, torture. For the context and further materials pleasae see
The Anthropology Song: A little bit Anthropologist **February 24th** An alternative to the verse "the difference between us is not so much" is simply "the difference between us is a social construct"! I sing that now when I play :) **November 21st** This song is dedicated to all anthro-enthusiasts (lay and pro) and students everywhere! The line about Anthro professors all being kinda crazy I will specifically dedicate to my own anthro 100 prof, who has continued to inspire me towards craziness ever since that first class back in 2004. * If you leave a comment, especially if you've watched this in a class, I'd love to know where/what school you're from. Interview with Lorenz Khazaleh: ** The chords are super simple: Am, C, G, D. Feel free to learn it, play it, reappropriate it, share it, and add your own verses! Also, any video responses are welcome. Also, I'll be playing this song at the AAA meeting in December. Kinda incredible, eh? :) I graduated with a BA in Anthro and Religious Studies in May '09 from the University of British Columbia - now doing a Masters in Anthro at U of Toronto, Canada. *** Lyrics: Hey Mom & Dad, I've got to come out and say, I've got to tell you, it's the only way Something I've learned about myself since I was away (at college) I really think that I might be a little bit -- of an Anthropologist Mom & Dad, I've been led astray, I've been experimenting with archaeolog(a)y On an excavation, tried C-14 dating And ground penetrating radar for the first time -- (if you know what ...
The End of Anthropology 2/7 - Maurice Godelier "The End of Anthropology" is the title of the Jensen Memorial-Lectures given in summer term 2008 at the Goethe-University, Frankfurt on the Main/Germany. Within this serie of lectures of the Frobenius-Institut, Maurice Godelier from Paris gave this speech entitled "In Today's World, Anthropology is more important than ever!" of which we are showing here the first 10 minutes.
Community - Anthropology Rap The first episode of Community's second season ends with Troy, Abed and Betty White as their new teacher, June Bauer, rapping about Anthropology and paying homage to Toto's "Africa". Not as awesome as their Spanish rap if you ask me but still pretty entertaining. Hopefully this means that we can expect a new rap from Troy and Abed each new subject and season! Follow Chang's madness throughout season 2!
Jean Rouch on the future of Visual Anthropology Rouch on the future of Visual Anthropology interviewed In the summer of 2001 when the IWF in Göttingen hosted the conference "Orig Rouch on the future of Visual Anthropology interviewed In the summer of 2001 when the IWF in Göttingen hosted the conference "Origins of Visual Anthropology - Putting the Past Together". Get more info @
UCLA Department of Anthropology, Commencement 2009: Speaker Giada De Laurentiis Giada De Laurentiis, BA '96 Anthropology, is a celebrity chef and author. She currently hosts Everyday Italian on the Food Network and a number of books she has written including Giada's Kitchen are New York Times bestsellers. De Laurentiis currently resides in Los Angeles. UCLA Department of Anthropology: www.anthro.ucla.edu
TedWomen: Amber Case on Cyborg Anthropology Amber Case is a "cyborg anthropologist" studying how technology is affecting us, and how we in turn affect one another. Tweeting your lunch can have meaning.
Introduction to Biological Anthropology
Charlie Parker - Anthropology
The Major Decision—Anthropology Explore the Anthropology major at the University of Northern Iowa! Anthropology is the study of human and other primates. Anthropology majors study how groups live with each other and how biology and cultures have changed over time. Anthropologists are found in all sectors of the professional world— corporations, government, education, nonprofit associations, and disaster areas. UNI sophomore Megan learns about the Anthropology major through a discussion with Dr. Tyler O'Brien, Assistant Professor of Anthropology.
First Contact (BBC4 Anthropology Season) - Part 2 of 6 Adventurous and high-paying tourists are being offered the chance to make "first contact" with some of the world's last remaining uncontacted tribes. First contact with the outside world usually spells disaster for genuine uncontacted tribes. Presented by Mark Anstice, an experienced expedition leader and author of a book also called First Contact, this film looks at the complex issues surrounding the ethics of first contact and meets the people involved.
Tom Harrisson: The Barefoot Anthropologist - Part 1 of 6 Anthropology has always attracted more than its fair share of larger-than-life characters, and Tom Harrisson was one of the very largest. Best known as the man who invented Mass Observation, he was also a guerrilla fighter, a pioneering documentary-maker, and the man credited with re-introducing head-hunting back into Borneo.