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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY ONLINE (ANTHR 2)

essay picture This is a WRITING FACTOR COURSE; please be prepared to complete weekly reading and writing assignments. 

The course is entirely online--we will not be meeting on campus. 

I teach both full term (16 week) and short, late-starting, 12 week versions of the course.  The material covered is the same in both cases; the short course is simply a bit more condensed.

We will be using Canvas as our course platform:

Click here to log in before the end of the day Wednesday during the first week of classes for whichever version of the course you are taking. Use your Cabrillo ID/password to log in.   Note that the course will not be available until the first week of classes

If you have difficulty with the process, please contact the very helpful staff at Cabrillo's Teaching and Learning Center (831-479-5030).

If you are waitlisted for a full term section, please consider registering for a late-starting section.  Again, the material covered in both sections of the course is identical.

Enrolled students should be prepared to sign in, view the "Getting Started" and "Week 1" modules, and complete the first writing/discussion assignment by the end of the day Thursday of Week 1.

If you want, you can get started on some of our readings early.

Our first readings will be "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema" (link to the article here) and "Death Without Weeping"(in the McGraw-Hill reader listed below).


REQUIRED COURSE READER:

Our required reader can be rented or purchased online (recommended), purchased at the Cabrillo bookstore, or read at the Cabrillo library.

The required text for the course is:


Cultural Anthropology (McGraw-Hill Create ebook)

McGraw-Hill Education (McGraw-Hill Create ebook).
    
Cultural Anthropology; Heather Claussen.

    
e-book ISBN: 9781307120905; paperback ISBN: 9781307120431

Paperback copies can be purchased at the bookstore.


To purchase e-book copies online:
Use the following direct link (links to an external site)

OR search by Author (Claussen), ISBN (9781307120905) or School (Cabrillo) here (links to an external site)


BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY ONLINE (ANTHR 1)

The course is entirely online--we will not be meeting on campus. 

We will be using Canvas as our course platform:

Click here to log in before the end of the day Wednesday during the first week of classes for whichever version of the course you are taking. Use your Cabrillo ID/password to log in.   Note that the course will not be available until the first week of classes

If you have difficulty with the process, please contact the very helpful staff at Cabrillo's Teaching and Learning Center (831-479-5030).

Enrolled students should be prepared to sign in, view the "Getting Started" and "Week 1" modules, and complete the first discussion assignment by the end of the day Thursday of Week 1. You will also need to read the first chapter of "Essentials of Biological Anthropology" and get set up on InQuizitive (packaged with or purchased separately from your textbook); your first InQuizitive quizzes will cover "How to use InQuizitive," as well as the material in Chapter 1 of your textbook. 

REQUIRED READING:

Our course textbook is "Essentials of Biological Anthropology," which can be purchased as an ebook (recommended), purchased at the Cabrillo bookstore, or read on reserve at the library.

textbook cover



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