1.Please answer the questions below for this date 1935 B.C.Show your work! a.Wha

1.Please answer the questions below for this date 1935 B.C.Show your work! a.What is the equivalent B.C.E. date? b.What is the equivalent B.P. date? c.How many years from today did this date occur? d.Is there a corresponding A.D. date and if so what is it? 2.Please answer the questions below for this date A.D. 11.… Continue reading 1.Please answer the questions below for this date 1935 B.C.Show your work! a.Wha

The question is: Find out what Johannes Fabian calls ‘Popular culture’ in Congo/

The question is: Find out what Johannes Fabian calls ‘Popular culture’ in Congo/Zaire, and describe it using interpretative anthropology (several models of meaning are referenced in his paper). Read this: https://courses.kpu.ca/pluginfile.php/205596620/co…There must be a clear evidence that you have gone through the material (readings and documentaries/movies).Here are the criteria for the answer 1. mention of… Continue reading The question is: Find out what Johannes Fabian calls ‘Popular culture’ in Congo/

What does Malkki mean by the Hutus’ mythico-historical construction in Burundi?

What does Malkki mean by the Hutus’ mythico-historical construction in Burundi? What is the importance of the body maps in the Hutus’ ethnic representation of the Tutsis? What is the Hutus’ representation of the Tutsi women? What is the significance of the following statement: “The dehumanization of the Tutsis at this level acted as a… Continue reading What does Malkki mean by the Hutus’ mythico-historical construction in Burundi?

Read the assigned chapters in your eBook. Political Anthropology: A Cross-Cultur

Read the assigned chapters in your eBook. Political Anthropology: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Family and Marriage When reading a chapter: Build vocabulary by focusing on bolded words in the text. Focus reading and studying by paying attention to section headings in each chapter. Read the summary and glossary at the end of the chapter. Do the… Continue reading Read the assigned chapters in your eBook.
Political Anthropology: A Cross-Cultur

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anthropology writing question and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anthropology writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.Let’s see what you know as we begin the module! (It’s okay if you don’t know anything about the topics yet.)1. Follow the instructions to complete your first entry for this module.2. Upload your document.How? By clicking the… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a anthropology writing question and need a sample

Consider Folklore and how it can pass down culture. Dundes pointed out that cult

Consider Folklore and how it can pass down culture. Dundes pointed out that culture is transmitted, information is transmitted, through folklore. This can be everything from urban legends, to music, to writing on bathroom walls.Can you think of a bit of folklore from your experience that taught you or a friend something, or warned of… Continue reading Consider Folklore and how it can pass down culture. Dundes pointed out that cult

Check out the list of federally recognized tribes (Links to an external site.) p

Check out the list of federally recognized tribes (Links to an external site.) published by the Federal Register. Choose one, and search the internet for their official website. Once you’ve found it, locate information about tribal citizenship/enrollment/membership. Many tribes have areas of their websites dedicated specifically to this crucial aspect of tribal governance. For example,… Continue reading Check out the list of federally recognized tribes (Links to an external site.) p

This discussion focuses on human variation, challenging students to evaluate and

This discussion focuses on human variation, challenging students to evaluate and summarize the anthropological perspective of race. While common culture often confuses variation in cultural practices, human physical diversity, and ethnicity, anthropological studies provide a different framework for discussing cultural differences, biological variation, and how people think of themselves. In fact, most anthropologists argue that… Continue reading This discussion focuses on human variation, challenging students to evaluate and