cultural anthropology


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  • noun

Synonyms for cultural anthropology

the branch of anthropology that deals with human culture and society

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Students who major in Cultural Anthropology will gain an awareness of global citizenship and be well prepared to understand social and cultural differences.
The 1st International Harvest Conference & Festival (IHCF), 16th-19th August 2005, is a coming together of countries represented by experts and interested parties in cultural anthropology and its related fields to present conference papers and perform rituals and cultural practices that are carried out during harvest festivals celebrated in their countries.
Pilch, "Visions and Revelation and Alternate Consciousness: A Perspective from Cultural Anthropology," Listening 28 (1993): 231-44.
in cultural anthropology from Purdue University and a Master of Divinity degree with a missions emphasis from North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago.
Mr FRAZER introduces 11 substantial papers in history, archaeology, art history and physical anthropology which show the enlivening effect of cultural anthropology and social studies.
Day graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Cultural Anthropology.
This omission can be understood in terms of the academic and cultural prestige of Anglo-American social and cultural anthropology and the sheer numbers of anthropologists writing in the hegemonic English language, of CEE colleagues studying in the UK or US rather than in Germany, France or Sweden, and, last but not the least, in terms of the Anglo-American space viewed as a primary paragon to be imitated by CEE (comp.
of Roskilde, Denmark) and Wergin (social and cultural anthropology, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany) constitute this book, which had its genesis in a workshop of the European Science Foundation in 2007 and a panel at the annual conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists in 2008.
Holding both a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry degree that includes topics on pastoral counseling, psychology, faith development, cultural anthropology and practical theology, the author is interested in helping people discern life's calling during crises.
Martin-Hill, a Mohawk of the Wolf Clan, holds a PhD in cultural anthropology.
Each chapter concludes with more references from cultural anthropology or biblical studies, while the task of interpreting the Bible for maximum cross-cultural understanding lends to a fine survey of Biblical terms, symbols, values and more.
PLANS: Major in cultural anthropology with a minor in French at Duke University.
He took special mention of Lok Virsas Heritage Library describing it as an authentic creation in Pakistan with high concentration of books and journals pertaining to folklore, ethnology, cultural anthropology, art history and crafts.
An assistant professor of cultural anthropology at The University of Texas at El Paso, Nunez-Mchiri puts her words into action every day, from offering extra credit to students who participate in a litter clean-up and then record their experience for class, to teaching citizenship classes.
The first online meeting took place in March 2010 for Ozarka students in cultural anthropology to share regional arts, crafts and music of their respective regions, along with interactions about social and civic topics.
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