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  • Brooks, Alison S.; Jackson, Fatimah Linda Collier; Grinker, R. R. (1993)
    Decoding the human genome impacts studies of variation; ethnicity helps define identity in the United States; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Jackson, John L. Jr. (2011)
    Discussion of the intersection of media, anthropology, and race.
  • Overbey, Mary Margaret (2007)
    Website, educational materials, and a traveling museum exhibit convey a comprehensive and integrative story about race and human variation; suitable for middle-school age children through adults.
  • Lanouette, JoAnne (1983)
    Annotated list of 9 readers (published 1973-1982) considered suitable for use in high school or college anthropology courses in the 1980s.
  • Bell, Joshua A. (2011)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Bell directs the museum's collaborative 'Recovering Voices Project' to address issues surrounding language and knowledge loss in various communities around the world.
  • Lacroix, Jennifer (2006)
    Five ethnographic documentary films provide glimpses of northern Afghan culture in the early 1970s; article includes lesson objectives and discussion topics suitable for grades 10-12 and college.
  • DeVoe, Pamela A. (1991)
    How anthropological training can help teachers and school personnel understand the many factors influencing the school experience of refugee children.
  • Lubkemann, Stephen C. (2002)
    Refugees present one of the international community's most pressing moral and ethical dilemmas; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Grinker, Roy Richard (2006)
    Based on his study of autism in over a dozen countries, Grinker defines autism and presents brief case studies of how families in India cope with their autistic children.
  • Loring, Stephen (1995)
    Two examples of collaboration between Smithsonian anthropologists and Arctic Native communities on the issue of repatriation.
  • Billeck, William T. (2002)
    Repatriation issues and examples from the National Museum of Natural History; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Bray, Tamara L. (1995)
    American Indians, physical anthropologists, and archaeologists view repatriation differently; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Arnoldi, Mary Jo (2003)
    Resources for learning and teaching about Mali and West Africa; print, online, film, and recorded resources organized by topic.,
  • Harper, Louise (1984)
    Teacher Harper describes how a rural village in India has changed in the thirty years since she first studied it as a doctoral student.
  • Dittemore, Margaret R. (2002)
    Annotated bibliography of online websites offering resources for teaching about the history, geography, and peoples of the Middle East.
  • Rogers, J. Daniel (2009)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Rogers explains 'Agent-Based Modeling,' a project developed by Smithsonian anthropologists and George Mason University computer scientists, which simulates virtual societies and their relationships ...
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren; Barringer, Tonia (2001)
    Description of museum exhibition that showcased the Smithsonian Institution's 150-year history of pioneering contributions to the study and preservation of the natural history and cultures of the Americas.
  • Brooks, Alison S. (2007)
    Professor of Anthropology and 'AnthroNotes' editor Brooks provides answers to a series of questions commonly asked by students about human evolution.
  • Kaupp, P. Ann (1986)
    Anthropologists provide insights into customs associated with food preparation and consumption in several cultures; includes 6 recipes.
  • Brooks, Alison S. (1985)
    Review of South African film 'The Gods Must Be Crazy' points out negative aspects of the film's portrayal of San culture and contemporary African society.

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