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  1. Essentials of Cultural Anthropology by Garrick Bailey, James Peoples, 2010-02-02
  2. Anthropology: A Global Perspective (6th Edition) by Raymond Scupin, Christopher R DeCorse, 2007-09-02
  3. Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (3rd Edition) by Steven N. Byers, 2007-02-16
  4. Cengage Advantage Books: Cultural Anthropology: A Problem-Based Approach by Richard H. Robbins, 2008-07-28
  5. Hard Evidence: Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology (2nd Edition) by Dawnie W. Steadman, 2009-01-02
  6. Cultural Anthropology By Nanda & Warms (9th, Ninth Edition) by Richard L. Warms Serena Nanda, 2006
  7. The Tapestry of Culture: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology by Abraham Rosman, Paula G. Rubel, et all 2009-06-16
  8. Cultural Anthropology: An Applied Perspective by Gary Ferraro, 2007-02-26
  9. Surrendering to Utopia: An Anthropology of Human Rights (Stanford Studies in Human Rights) by Mark Goodale, 2009-05-01
  10. Structural Anthropology, Volume 2 by Claude Levi-Strauss, 1983-02-15
  11. Applying Anthropology: An Introductory Reader by Aaron Podolefsky, Peter Brown, et all 2008-10-20
  12. Anthropology (13th Edition) (MyAnthroLab Series) by Carol R. Ember, Melvin R. Ember, et all 2010-02-11
  13. Designs for an Anthropology of the Contemporary by Paul Rabinow, George E. Marcus, et all 2008-01-01
  14. Culture Sketches: Case Studies in Anthropology by Holly Peters-Golden, 2008-06-13

Vermillion, South Dakota.Category Science Social Sciences Academic Departments S...... to the Home Page of the Department of anthropology at the Universityof South Dakota . We are part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
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82. Soca Home Page
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83. Welcome To The CSAA

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85. Lake Forest College - Academics - Sociology And Anthropology
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86. Anthropology
This web site is a directory of categorized links leading to informationon the various aspects of anthropology. anthropology. anthropology
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Anthropology is a science of humankind. It studies all facets of society and culture. It studies tools, techniques, traditions, language, beliefs, kinships, values, social institutions, economic mechanisms, cravings for beauty and art, struggles for prestige. It describes the impact of humans on other humans. With the exception of the Physicial Anthropology discipline, Anthropology focuses on human characteristics generated and propogated by humans themselves. Physical Anthropology studies anatomy and biology race, gender, adaptation. It studies humankind as a biology type, describing physical development over the centuries. Linguistics studies the structures of language and historic relationships among them Ethnology studies human culture in a historic and comparative perspective. There is a subfield that concentrates on myth, music, and folklore to study human geography and human passage in time.

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89. Sociology And Anthropology
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Departmental courses address central themes of anthropological and sociological studies: evolutionary perspectives on adaptation and change, comparative approaches in social analysis, the analysis of selected social institutions, and theoretical orientations to social organization, conflict, and disorganization. Studies in the Department stress issues of power, status, sexuality, and the construction, maintenance, and transformation of moral order. The curriculum emphasizes social theory and ethnographic research as forms of inquiry, and includes classes in both classical and contemporary theory, research design, and an ethnographic research practicum. Internship and field research opportunities are available, and almost all students complete a senior thesis based on original research. Recent graduates have entered leading graduate programs in anthropology, sociology, human services, law, public health, journalism, education, library and information sciences, and comparative literature. Other graduates have gone directly into fields of community development and human services.

90. University Of Manitoba, Faculty Of Arts, Department Of Anthropology
Welcome to the Department of anthropology at the University of Manitoba. Winnipeg,Manitoba, Canada. Comments or Questions? Sociocultural anthropology Position.
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91. Department Of Sociology At Towson University
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92. Anthropology At Brown
Offers general information on the Department for students and an overview of current research. Provides Category Science Social Sciences Academic Departments B...... Welcome to the home page for the Department of anthropology, Brown University.On internet. Department of anthropology at Giddings House.
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93. Gnosis And Gnostic Anthropology In Contemporary Gnosticism: A Personal View
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SITE MAP Gnosis is the universal wisdom of all times and places. The flame of gnosis always flares up wherever there may be individuals in a process of consciousness revolution. Gnostics were not only those sects in the Hellenic world and Near East during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd centuries AD; Gnostics were not only the early Christians thrown to the lions, but Gnostics were also the genuine alchemists who had to evade persecution centuries later. Gnostics were not only those initiates of the mysteries of Eleusis, but also the Egyptian and Aztec hierophants of earlier times. Gnostics were the Sufis, but also there is Gnosticism among Taoists; the Kabbalah is pure gnosis, and so is the Book of Revelation. The Gnostic attitude is of non-conformity with the dreariness of existence, with its passing pleasures and pains; it is a yearning for something higher and more real, rebelliousness against conventional beliefs that are commonly accepted without questioning. Gnostics seek ever deeper levels of truth to be realised, a more absolute reality to be discovered, and they know that all this lies nowhere but within oneself. Gnosis is a matter of direct personal experience. The Gnostic wisdom cannot be adequately conveyed within the limitations of academic discourse. A reasoned explication can make reference to gnosis, but it can never express it. This is not because gnosis is irrational, but because it is supra-rational. Gnosis is best conveyed through the symbolic language of myths and fables, of poetry and parables. The language of gnosis is the universal language of dreams; it is the language of archetypes and objective symbols. Gnostic psychology is introspective, but it is different from psychoanalysis. Gnostic psychology is conscientious self-observation and conscious self-analysis in meditation.

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95. The Anthropology Of Mythology
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What's New Link Repository The Anthropology of Mythology is focused on the study of world mythology through cultural research, Jungian analysis and sacred literature. The site endeavors to demonstrate how humankind uses myth to express its belief in God and provides various tools for scholastic research on the subject. It is my joy to explore and share the different formats with which individual people and whole cultures use to participate in the transcendent mystery of myth. What is Myth?
The word "mythos" comes from the Greek meaning to be spoken with the mouth. By definition, myths are spiritual metaphors that lead us to the noblest truths about ourselves. Myth is humankind's first method of communicating our vision of the cosmos and answering the why and how questions regarding birth, life, death and the rhythms of nature. The existence of myth and its many facets has given birth to religion, mysticism, spirituality, philosophy- everything. Myth is our way of speaking to one another about our quests to know God and our experience with the Divine. Why is Mythology Important?

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97. LSU Libraries -- Anthropology Subject Guide
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98. URI Sociology Homepage
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Chairperson: Dr. Helen Mederer Welcome to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology Web site. We hope you'll spend some time getting to know us as you browse through our site. If you've got questions don't hesitate to zap off an e-mail. There is a lot going on in the department, so come back frequently. We'll try to keep you posted. Department News and Events It's Good To Be Home We are back in Chafee Social Science Center! After an 18-month closure of Chafee due to chemical contamination, our building is renovated, clean, and open. We moved back into the 5th floor this summer, and we're happy to be back. Remember, though, you can find some of us on the first floor of the high rise, as well. Our main office is located in 507 Chafee. Our e-mail and phone numbers have remained the same. We'll be holding most of our seminars once again in room 501. So come up and visit us, and see how nice our renovated offices are. The England-Gardner Scholarhip

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