Extractions: This site was assembled by Anne Serene and is a collective work of people who teach various disiplines including: women's studies, psychology, sociology, gender study, social work, transgender study, queer studies, anthropology, etc. and wish to teach about transgenderism from a transgendered perspective as to be sensitive to the thinking and theory emerging from the transgender communities and to be sensitive to the issues and experiences of transgender people.
Job And Fellowship Opportunities of Sociology and anthropology, Florida International University, Miami, FL nontenuretrack to administer sponsored project activities, teach graduate courses http://www.esig.ucar.edu/newshp99_2/jobs.html
Extractions: Job and Fellowship Opportunities - (April - June 1999) A The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) in cooperation with the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA) , is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to assist scientists and technicians at AFWA, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, in mesoscale numerical weather prediction. The applicant will work closely with the National Center for Atmospheric Research in their development of the new 3DVAR/4DVAR data assimilation software. Applicants should have a PhD in meteorology or atmospheric science. The position is available in the summer 1999. The exact start date is negotiable. Screening of applications will begin 15 June 1999. Applicants must be US citizens. Send materials to UCAR Visiting Scientist Programs, PO Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307-3000, USA. For further information, call 1-303-497-8649 or email email@example.com; Web site: www.vsp.ucar.edu UCAR is seeking a Senior Visiting Scientist to be located at the National Ice Center (NIC) in Suitland, Maryland, USA. The overall mission of the NIC is to provide assessments and predictions of global ice conditions based primarily on remotely sensed data. The Visiting Scientist will lead the activities of the NIC Science Unit and requires a secret security clearance. Qualified applications should have a strong background in remote sensing, ice modeling, or ice physics research. Recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Screening of applications will begin 5 July 1999. Send materials to UCAR Visiting Scientist Programs, PO Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307-3000, USA. For further information, call 1-303-497-8649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site:www.vsp.ucar.edu
PPCC: Academics: Departments: Anthropology: FAQs anthropology, cultural or social anthropology, archaeology, and anthropologists studythe activities and behaviors To teach or practice anthropology, a person http://www.ppcc.cccoes.edu/Academics/Departments/Anthropology/FAQS.cfm
Extractions: Related Websites What is anthropology? Where does the word anthropology come from? What are the four subfields of anthropology? How does one become an anthropologist? ... What research methodologies do anthropologists most commonly use? What is anthropology? Anthropology is the scientific study of human biological diversity and the collective behaviors that make up culture. Anthropologists study humans from their beginnings millions of years ago to the present day. Where does the word anthropology come from? The word anthropology comes from the Greek anthropos (human being) and logia (science). What are the four subfields of anthropology? Anthropology's four subfields are physical or biological anthropology, cultural or social anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics. Physical anthropologists, like Jane Goodall, focus on humans as biological organisms. Goodall has spent the last forty years living with chimpanzees in their natural habitat, seeking answers to humankind's origins and behaviors. Cultural anthropologists study the activities and behaviors that make up human culture. A cultural anthropologist might spend months living with the Inuit tribes of North America, looking at cultural changes resulting from a declining seal population. Another might work in a factory setting, teaching American workers how to adapt to the corporate culture brought by the new managers from Germany.
Liberal Arts Positions Sociology anthropology, Visual Performing Arts. will be expected to teach undergraduateand Participation in usual departmental activities is expected, as in http://www.purdue.edu/humanrel/HTML_Files/AAO/openings/liberal.html
Extractions: Below the listing of the specific departments within the School of Liberal Arts , you will find the most current job postings Communication English History Interdisciplinary Studies Philosophy Political Science Psychological Sciences Continuing Lecturer in Italian for the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Assistant Professor Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts - PHOTOGRAPHY Professor and Head, Department of History top of page "Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce."
OSU Anthropology - Archaeology Jobs The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in research and participatingin service activities a normal Chair, Department of anthropology. http://monkey.sbs.ohio-state.edu/html/archyjobs.htm
Extractions: Last updated: February 25, 2003 go directly to newest posting Posted: September 25, 2002 University of North Carolina at Charlotte Department of Sociology and Anthropology Economic/Ecological Anthropology, Tenure-track position The University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Department of Sociology and Anthropology seeks a socio-cultural anthropologist for a tenure-track assistant professorship beginning August 2003, pending final budgetary approval. Specialization in economic or ecological anthropology required, geographic area open. Candidates should be able to teach a 4-field introductory course plus electives, and maintain an active program of research and publication. Faculty in our B.A. granting anthropology program serve majors and minors and contribute to the university general education program; participation in graduate programs in other departments is possible. Candidates must have Ph.D. in hand at time of appointment. Salary range is $40,000-42,000. UNC-Charlotte is a rapidly expanding university in a growing urban area; see www.uncc.edu/socant/
Greg Downey's Professional Experience Professional activities. s Art Capoeira Angola in Bahia. Department of anthropology,University of The World Bank and IMF in Latin America. teachin, Center http://www.nd.edu/~gdowney/professional.html
Extractions: email@example.com Link to the Notre Dame Department of Anthropology Professional Activities Invited Lectures "Learning to Stand on My Hands: Capoeira, Corporeality, and Non-Symbolic Meaning." Boas Lecture, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University. January, 2000. Selected Grants and Academic Honors The Artemis A. W. and Martha Joukowsky Postdoctoral Fellowship, Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Brown University. [2002-2003 academic year]. General Course Development Grant, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, University of Notre Dame (Summer 2002). Kellogg Faculty Seed Grant, The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (Summer 2001).
Extractions: Return to main page Figure 22: Potato Harvest (photo courtesy of Frances Pine) Given these precedents, I think we must confine this year's assignment to the realm of observation. Please walk down to the main railway station and make a list of all the types of work you can record in this area. Include activities such as begging, illicit retailing of cigarettes etc. Can you distinguish a 'formal' and 'informal' sector here? If so, can you spot any links between the two? Give examples of the ways in which even the most 'formal' jobs known to you, in factories or in offices, depend on informal practices. Why is it that, when a trade union calls upon its members to 'work to rule', in other words to confine their activities to the formal rules of their job, the results sometimes hardly differ from a fully-fledged strike? Once again, Ania could hardly contain herself. 'It's outrageous', she said. 'If he tried to get me to spend a weekend picking his sister's potatoes, I'd soon tell him where to get off.' When they went to call on Maria and Wlodek they found her busy cleaning the apartment, while he was relaxing over a newspaper. Maria herself suggested that the others go out for a drink together while she prepared the supper. Ania insisted on staying behind to help. Later they all went out to a club where the music was mostly Polish Hip Hop.
Phil De Barros Web Page Courses I teach or Supervise Ph.D. anthropology/Archaeology, UCLA. Professional ActivitiesResearch Associate, UCLA Institute of Archaeology (1986 to present); http://daphne.palomar.edu/debarros/
Extractions: Philip de Barros, Ph.D. Palomar College: How to Reach Me Courses I Teach Education Professional Activities ... Sum 1999 Mt. Carmel ANTH 100 Class Photos How to Reach Me Palomar College Office: W-15 Spring Office Hours: MW :30; TTh 9:30-10:30 Telephone: 760-744-1150 ext. 2343 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: Philip de Barros, Behavioral Sciences Dept., Palomar College, Back to Top Courses I Teach or Supervise: Introduction to Physical Anthropology ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 105 Introduction to Archaeology ANTH 110 Comparative Societies ANTH 115 Cultures of Africa ANTH 126 Archaeological Excavation ANTH 120 Advanced Archaeological Excavation ANTH 205 Archaeological Survey ANTH 210 Archaeological Laboratory Analysis ANTH 215 Advanced Archaeological Survey (w/ Joel Paulson) ANTH 220 Cooperative Education (Archaeology Internship) CE 150 Back to Top Education: B.A. History, Stanford University
Anthropology Department - Iowa State University On a regular basis, faculty teamteach in those in local international service andactivities always has The Department of anthropology has played and will http://www.iastate.edu/~anthr_info/anthropology/overview.html
Extractions: For undergraduate majors, a range of topical and cross-cultural courses exists for students within the liberal arts curriculum. Anthropology offers professional preparation for students seeking a masters degree in anthropology. The program provides a breadth of exposure in various facets of anthropology for students concentrating in other fields within the university. Research is inextricably linked with the teaching process. New information, ideas, and approaches resulting from active research programs assist in making the classroom a vibrant and dynamic setting. Faculty-sponsored research activities provide undergraduate and graduate students with invaluable pre-professional experience. Professional development of faculty through research is essential in meeting the challenges of being first-rate scholars. Within Iowa State University's motto "Science with Practice," the practical applications of anthropological research at ISU can be found in such things as the cultural research management work of archaeologists and assistance in culturally appropriate application of social change techniques in various parts of the world.
Extractions: The Society of Fellows in the Humanities has announced the appointment of five Mellon postdoctoral fellows in the humanities for the 1996-97 academic year. The incoming fellows and their schools are: Fellowship recipients were selected from 550 applicants in the 21st annual fellowship competition. Eight members of the Society's 40-member faculty governing boardPaul Anderer, East Asian languages and cultures; Martin Meisel, English and comparative literature; Joseph Connors, art history and archaeology; Mark DeBellis, music; Kathy Eden, English and comparative literature; Karl Kroeber (co-chair), English and comparative literature; Esther Pasztory (co-chair), art history and archaeology, and Wayne Proudfoot, religioninterviewed 18 candidates during an intense two-day period. Fellows teach in the general education program of the College, pursue independent research and participate in the intellectual activities of the Society.
NAPA Ethical Guidelines For Practitioners to instruct, train or teach individuals, anthropologists to our research, practicerelatedactivities and publications To the discipline of anthropology we have http://www.aaanet.org/napa/code.htm
Extractions: Ethical Guidelines for Practitioners The preparation of the ethics statement involved a unique partnership between the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology (NAPA) and the Southern California Applied Anthropology Network (SCAAN). Jean Gilbert, a SCAAN member and Chair of the NAPA Ethics Committee, worked with a local committee composed of several of her fellow SCAAN members (Claudia Fishman, Neil Tashima and Barbara Pillsbury) to create the first draft, which appeared in the December 1987 Anthropology Newsletter, pp 7-8. Membership comments were solicited at that time. The Guidelines were also sent to all of the local practitioner organizations (LPOs) for comment, and in addition were the topic of discussion in a regular SCAAN monthly meeting. The final version of the NAPA Ethical Guidelines for Practitioners was published in the November 1988 Anthropology Newsletter, pp 8-9. Gilbert thanked the membership of SCAAN and the following individuals who reviewed and commented on the draft: Fred Hess, Elvin Hatch, Barbara Frankel and Gene Anderson. The final version incorporated many of their comments.
Extractions: About Search Forums Newsletter ... Tell-A-Friend Printable Version for your convenience! Native Americans I. Geography 1. Make a map showing the migration routes of various Indian tribes in North and Central America 2. Children identify the different regions where the Indians lived in North and Central America. Each child identifies a tribe on the map and places a push pin in the appropriate region. Each child researches the tribe and writes 5 interesting facts about it. 3. Locate on a map of Mesoamerica: Yucatan Peninsula, Maya Lowlands? Maya Highlands, Copan, Palenque, and Tikal. II. History 1. As a class, discuss important events, places and people in Native American history and have the children draw a picture of a certain event. 2. Construct a timeline of Mayan dominance and note some of their accomplishments.
[ICPAC] Anthropologists For example, studying anthropology provides good research and They like work activitiesthat assist others and to communicate with others to teach, give advice http://icpac.indiana.edu/careers/career_profiles/100241.xml/education_and_traini
Extractions: Knowledge Preparation Anthropologists learn their skills through college or university programs in anthropology. Anthropologists who wish to teach at universities must have a doctoral (Ph.D.) degree. Anthropologists with a master's degree may teach at community colleges. A degree in anthropology provides a strong background for many different kinds of occupations. For example, studying anthropology provides good research and analytical skills.
Extractions: B onnie Ryan Honored for Her Research on Harriet Tubman In recognition for her work on Harriet Tubman, Bonnie Ryan has received a teaching fellowship from Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland. In June, Bonnie will take a leave of absence from her duty as reference librarian and bibliographer for Anthropology, African and American Studies. As Jesse Ball DuPont Scholar at Washington College, Bonnie will teach archaeology and will pursue her research on Harriet Tubman. Funded by the DuPont Foundation, the Minority Scholars Program is intended to bring diversity to small campuses. In the fall, Bonnie will teach a course in historical archaeology, and in the spring she will teach African American archaeology. Besides teaching, Minority Scholars make presentations based on their research and bring speakers to campus. In addition, Bonnie will be project supervisor/researcher for the Harriet Tubman birthplace located south of Chestertown in Cambridge, Maryland. Bonnies work on the Tubman birthplace is funded by a Maryland State Historical Trust grant and by Washington College. This summer Bonnie will run the Archaeological Field School at the Tubman site, lecture, and supervise archaeology students. Bonnie who received her MA in archaeology a year ago, acted as site supervisor for the Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged in Auburn from 1998 to 2000. She curated Intimate Circles, a Bird Library exhibition and catalog based on the letters of Central New York abolitionists. When Bonnie returns from Maryland, she will have completed much of the research for her doctoral dissertation on Harriet Tubman. Congratulations to Bonnie on this recognition of her accomplishments.
Prof. A.H. Peter Castro :: Anthropology Department in the fields of anthropology, geography, economics and contributing to other ongoingactivities regarding resource the classes that I teach, including courses http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/anthro/people/faculty/castro.asp
Extractions: Since 1999 I have been a part of the BASIS Greater Horn of Africa Collaborative Research Support Programs project, From Household to Region: Factor Market Constraints to Income and Food Security in a Highly Diverse Environment, South Wello, Ethiopia. This research project examines the causes of, and responses to, hunger in two zones of Amhara Region. The project consists of a multi-disciplinary team from the Institute of Development Research at Addis Ababa University and several American universities, including in the fields of anthropology, geography, economics, and public administration. My work has included helping to design and analyze rapid community assessments and household surveys. Several reports from our research are available online at the BASIS website (see below for links I also recently work on natural resource conflict issues with the Community Forestry Unit of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). My service as a consultant for FAO dates back to the early 1980s, and it has focused on local resource management, rural development policy and planning, participatory forestry, and conflict management. My recent activities with the Community Forestry Unit included helping to develop training materials on conflict management and contributing to other ongoing activities regarding resource conflicts.
NSU Redirect Follow link under Classic Stock Competitions. Online activities from SocialStudies.com. Back to top . This section of the teach site was created and is http://www.nsula.edu/teach/socsci/economics.htm
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School Of Arts And Sciences anthropology Search Committee, anthropology Department, Fourth 8/25/2003 to teachundergraduate/graduate participate in department and university activities. http://www.southernct.edu/faculty/hr/jobs/index.php?file=schas.html
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