Extractions: Anna Deane Carlson Professorship in Social Sciences WVU's Phi Beta Kappa Chapter Initiates Students May 2004 Graduation Ceremony Information Undergraduate Priority Registration ... Course Availability Division of Sociology and Anthropology School of Applied Social Sciences WVU Division of Sociology and Anthropology PO Box 6326 307 Knapp Hall Morgantown, WV 26506-6326 Phone (304) 293-5801 Fax (304) 293-5994 This page is sponsored by the Division of Sociology and Anthropology , School of Applied Social Sciences, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences West Virginia University . Questions should be referred to Lawrence T. Nichols , Interim Chair. Please contact Loretta Price , our Webweaver, if you experience any technical difficulties. The School of Applied Social Sciences houses the Division of Public Administration , the Division of Social Work , and the Division of Sociology and Anthropology. Web sites to visit: American Sociological Association (ASA) American Anthropological Association (AAA) Phi Beta Kappa Society West Virginia Alpha Phi Beta Kappa
Extractions: Text Only The Ohio State University is currently conducting a search for the position of Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The address for the search website is: http://deansearch.sbs.ohio-state.edu The Erika and Paul Bourguignon Lecture in Art and Anthropology presents a lecture by Dr. Margaret Conkey, "Making Meanings: Art and Archaeology in the Ice Age"
Extractions: Welcome to the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology at Christopher Newport University . If you have any suggestions about additional information you would like to see included here, or have any general questions or comments about this service, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Social Work Newsletter Many of the professors and the department heads are on vacation now. If you would like to meet with anyone in particular, please call the office [757-594-7110] and speak with the secretary, Ms. Maycroft. She will work with you to try to set up meeting times/days - or at least to let you know when faculty will be available. Contacting the Department
UNC Anthropology Department spatiality. click for more information on recent faculty publications. link to Society for the anthropology of North America (SANA) annual meeting in April 2004. http://www.unc.edu/depts/anthro/
EMU SAC Web Site Sociology, anthropology Criminology (Ypsilanti, MI) http://www.sac.emich.edu/
Washington Univ Department Of Anthropology Department of anthropology. Undergrad Program. Image of the Month. Faculty Staff. Graduate Program. Links. Courses. Contact Info. You re visitor , http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~anthro/
Resources Of Scholarly Societies - Anthropology Last Updated 2004, May 17. anthropology www.scholarlysocieties.org/anthrop_soc.html. Links to websites of scholarly societies in anthropology are given below. http://www.scholarly-societies.org/anthrop_soc.html
Extractions: Last Updated: 2004, May 17 Anthropology www.scholarly-societies.org/anthrop_soc.html This is one of a set of subject pages in the Scholarly Societies Project , which facilitates access to websites of scholarly societies across the world. A set of guidelines is used in determining whether to include resources. Links to websites of scholarly societies in Anthropology are given below. The URL-Stability Index for this collection of Anthropology sites is 32.0/53 = . The URL-stability index for each site below is given graphically in the left-hand column as the URL-stability rank for that site. URL Stability Rank Society Name Abbrev. African Studies Association ASA American Academy of Forensic Sciences AAFS American Anthropological Association AAA American Association of Teachers of German ["the language, literature, and culture of the German-speaking countries."] AATG American Comparative Literature Association ACLA American Folklore Society AFS
NEW! Taino Tours Extensive tour packages are available here, led by Dr. Lynne Guitar, a specialist in Taino history and anthropology resident for several years in the Dominican Republic. http://studentservicesdr.freeservers.com/NEW! Taino Tours.htm
Extractions: TAINO TOURS OF QUISQUEYA (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC) Statue of behique, Los Hermanos Guillén Come along with our team of experts to explore the land that the Taínos called Quisqueya (Land for Which There Is None Greater). Since 1492, it has been called Hispaniola, an island shared by the Dominican Republic and the Republic of Haiti. The Native Taínos of the Greater Antilles, whose political-cultural center was the island of Quisqueya, were the very first Amerindian people to meet, to trade with, to fight with, and to intermarry with Europeans. Although there are no reservations of Taínos, there are huge concentrations of Taíno descendants in the Dominican countryside. Their presence is clearly visible in the smiling faces of millions of Dominican criollos most Dominicans are a biological mixture, with ancestors of Amerindian, African, and European descentand in their everyday language, which, although Spanish-based, includes hundreds of Taíno words such as un chin, barbacoa, tiburón, iguana, bohío, caracol, tabaco, maiz, manatí, maraca, yuca, casabe, canoa, huracán, hamaca, batata, auyama, guanábana . and place and river names such as Higuey, Maguana, Sabana, Yuma, Ozama . The Taíno inheritance is also clearly visible in myriad aspects of Dominican culture, especially
Experience Rich Anthropology EXPERIENCE RICH anthropology , Centre for Social anthropology and Computing (CSAC) - University of Kent at Canterbury. http://era.anthropology.ac.uk/
Extractions: EXPERIENCE RICH ANTHROPOLOGY - Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing (CSAC) - University of Kent at Canterbury About the ERA Project How to use these pages Teaching notes Contact ERA ... since 2000... Your browser is not accepting frames. This may be because you have frames turned off in the Browser preferences, or your browser may not support frames. Viewing the ERA (Experience Rich Anthropology) site normally requires a browser which supports both frames and Java. However, we have provided this page to make some of the material accessible to no-frames and text-only browsers. Some projects will themselves require frames, and these will be adapted in future. Some projects require java for some features, and these features will not be available to you. Every link will open a new window (actually only three windows will open, you can keep reusing these). We will try to improve this over time. Thanks for you patience.