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Browsing by Subject "North America"

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  • Lassiter, Luke Eric (2004)
    How an anthropologist and a group of faculty and students at Ball State University produced 'The Other Side of Middletown', a collaborative ethnography of the African American community in Muncie, Indiana.
  • Palkovich, Ann (1986)
    Lesson plan for teaching culture through the analysis of local cemeteries; suitable for middle and high school students.
  • Cerroni-Long, E. L. (1993)
    Two-part approach applies anthropological concept of enculturation to the understanding of expressive style when studying ethnicity; suitable for grades 10-12 and college.
  • McCurdy, David W. (1992)
    Teaching students with little or no anthropological background to successfully elicit cultural data from members of an American microculture; suitable for students in grades 11-12 and college. Related article appears Winter ...
  • Williams, Brett (1987)
    One teacher's innovative fine arts instruction leads to insights about the migration connection between rural African American families in the Carolinas and in Washington, D. C.
  • Ward, Elisabeth (2000)
    Follow-up discussion topics and resource suggestions to partner with 'AnthroNotes' article 'Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga'; suitable for grades 7-12 and college.
  • Ashmore, Pamela; Baumann, Timothy (2003)
    Two creative hands-on archaeology-based activities emphasize math and science skill development, collaboration, and interpretation; authors target grades 6 and 7, but lessons are suitable for grades 8-12 as well.,
  • Perez Baez, Gabriela (2011)
    Smithsonian linguist P?z B?, a member of the Recovering Voices Project, examines the impact of modern telecommunications technology on the world's linguistic diversity and the potential for maintaining this diversity; ...
  • Potter, Stephen R. (1984)
    Description of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites found on National Park Service lands in and around Washington, D.C.
  • Bai, Le-the; Chaleunrath, Vilay; Hackett, Beatrice; Haines, David (1984)
    Four commentaries, two by Indochinese and two by anthropologists, provide insight into the refugees' response to American culture.
  • Williams, Stephen (1992)
    Controversial evidence and lack of evidence for early contacts with the Americas; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Dorris, Michael (1990)
    Insights from author, scholar and Modoc Indian Michael Dorris about cultural insensitivity and failure to appreciate the richness of cultural diversity in America.
  • Bruwelheide, Kari; Owsley, Douglas (2007)
    Smithsonian physical anthropologists Bruwelheide and Owsley apply forensic analysis to historic cases of seventeenth century remains found in Maryland and Virginia.

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