Monkeys, Sex, Global Healing and More -- Anthropology Classes have something for everyone!

04/18/2014

Contributed by Brooke Hansen

 Check out the summer and fall 2014 offerings to expand your worlds!

Summer 2014: 

ANTH 10400 Cultural Anthropology online, May Session, Sue-Je Gage -- fulfills Identities and World of Systems themes in Social Science (as well as LA, SS, 1 and g)

ANTH 14500 Service Learning in Native America outdoor class on Native territories, May Session, Brooke Hansen, fulfills Power and Justice them in Social Science 

ANTH 37400 Archaeological Field School in the Cayuga Homeland, outdoor class, June 30th to July 1, 6 credits (housing options are available) -- contact Jack Rossen jrossen@ithaca.edu

Fall 2014:

ANTH 29009 Global Mixed Race, Sue-Je Gage. Explores the question "What are you?" through the lenses of the "mixed race" space. 

ANTH 29010 Culture, Sex and Gender, Lynn Morrison. A dynamic and engaging class with topics on transgender identities and sexual practices cross-culturally, the anthropometry of Barbie, the deployment of sexuality in war and the technology of orgasm.

ANTH 29012 Human Monkey Interface, Lisa Corewyn. What roles have we played in each others lives? Do we see monkeys through the mirror of humans? How do we revere, revile and relate to non-human primates. 

ANTH 37000 Applied Anthropology, Dave Turkon. How does anthropology help to change the world through participatory action research? Find out in this course!

ANTH 48000 Medical Anthropology, Lynn Morrison. A must have for anyone entering health professions. A cultural foundation to understand global healing and health care. Part of the Integrative Health Studies minor. We are willing to take HSHP students who don't have the anthro. pre-reqs. Contact Brooke Hansen, Chair, kbhansen@ithaca.edu

For questions on any of the course, contact instructors or department chair Brooke Hansen at kbhansen@ithaca.edu or 274-1735.  

Photo credit:

http://karmajello.com/postcont/2012/03/monkey-human-similar-brain.jpg

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