Since Ozma is speaking of syllabi, I’ll share mine. Two of my syllabi are now up on my website, an “introduction to cultural anthropology”:http://alex.golub.name/res/HPUAnthro2000Fall2005.pdf course and a course on “the anthropology of virtual worlds”:http://alex.golub.name/res/HPUAnthro3830Fall2005.pdf.
So, what are you teaching this semester?
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I keep an experimental classroom blog at http://www.anthrogeeks.com/intro for my Intro to Anthro class. This is the second semester I’ve done this, so I’m recycling some of the posts I managed to do in the Spring and will be attempting to fill in the blanks as this semster progresses — and will probably do so again next semester, as I don’t think I’ll mange to get every topic covered this semester. In any case, syllabi are there, though for an Intro class, there’s not much in the way of creative readings — my texts are chosen for me by the department.
I’m teaching a graduate seminar on social software affordances. Doesn’t really have anything to do with anthro, but I thought the structure would be interesting to some of you anthro folks.
Your course on virtual worlds looks very interesting!
Anthropology of virtual worlds!?! I want to take that!
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