Anthropology

Toward an anthropology of Puritan reading

Toward an anthropology of Puritan reading
... Greek and Latin, and even owned an edition of Horace, the Toward an anthropology of Puritan reading  prosodic virtuoso of antiquity (Dean ) But when he set out to justify the ways of God ... performance of elegy As the poem closes, the speaker reenacts the Christic pattern of death and resurrection that Toward an anthropology of Puritan reading  brought Puritans, English and American ... to a poetry of fictions and false hair, and elegists could no more restrict themselves to a coterie of educated readers than preachers Toward an anthropology of Puritan reading  of conscience...
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Tài liệu ANTHROPOLOGY: AS A SCIENCE AND AS A BRANCH OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES pptx

Tài liệu ANTHROPOLOGY: AS A SCIENCE AND AS A BRANCH OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES pptx
... of man’s appearance on the earth Eurafrica, Austafrica, Asia, America, Oceanica Causes and consequences of the migrations of races and nations a The Eurafrican Race.—Types of the white race Its ... Nearly all the individual works in the collection are in the public domain in the United States If an individual work is in the public domain in the United States and you are located in the United ... III.—Ethnography A The Origin and Subdivisions of Races Theories of monogenism and polygenism Doctrine of “geographical provinces” or “areas of characterization.” The continental areas at the date of man’s...
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THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ONLINE COMMUNITIES BY Samuel M.Wilson and Leighton C. Peterson doc

THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ONLINE COMMUNITIES BY Samuel M.Wilson and Leighton C. Peterson doc
... in the social and political worlds within which they were developed, and they are not exempt from the rules and norms of those worlds On the other hand, the social uses of the Internet, in the ... consideration of the digital divide and other kinds of inequality of access to online communication Of course, the makeup of online communities rests directly upon the constitution of Internet ... ADVANCE10.1146/annurev.anthro.31.040402.085436 THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ONLINE COMMUNITIES 461 conflicting, relationship between ideologies of technology and the discourses of Navajo tradition Understanding local discourse and ideologies of...
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AESTHETIC REALISM, ART, and ANTHROPOLOGY: Or, JUSTICE to PEOPLE pot

AESTHETIC REALISM, ART, and ANTHROPOLOGY: Or, JUSTICE to PEOPLE pot
... icebound, and crippled, and stuck, and jammed, and shut in….What is it for a person to be free?” People of the arctic, like people outside the arctic, have not known entirely what it is to be free ... learned that the way to know a person fully, is to see that person aesthetically: as trying to put opposites together The opposites of the world are in us and relate us to everyone and everything else ... also, in order to be fair to her A woman often sees a man as only tough and unfeeling That he may also be unsure, wants to be kind, as well—she needs to see, in order to be fair We need to see what...
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ANTHROPOLOGY pot

ANTHROPOLOGY pot
... WILLIAM JAMES, in Human Immortality ANTHROPOLOGY CHAPTER I SCOPE OF ANTHROPOLOGY In this chapter I propose to say something, firstly, about the ideal scope of anthropology; secondly, about its ... is to be made good Firstly, then, what is the ideal scope of anthropology? Taken at its fullest and best, what ought it to comprise? Anthropology is the whole history of man as fired and pervaded ... scope of anthropology Being short, it is bound to be rather formal and colourless To put some body into it, however, it is necessary to breathe but a single word That word is: Darwin Anthropology...
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‘Marvels of Everyday Vision’: The Anthropology of Aesthetics and the Cattle-Keeping Nilotes docx

‘Marvels of Everyday Vision’: The Anthropology of Aesthetics and the Cattle-Keeping Nilotes docx
... style and the well-documented centrality of cattle in their lives The particularities of the Nilotic aesthetic relate to their deep appreciation of the physical qualities of their cattle and their ... contingent product of these cattle-keepers’ experience of the world which they inhabit, and to have little to with any social facts In his account of the aesthetics of the Fang of Gabon, Fernandez (1971: ... the shape of the horns, and the bigness and fatness of the body including particularly the hump (see Fig 10.1) These are discussed first, and then their ramifications into other areas of Nilotic...
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