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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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ANTHR 1101 - FWS: Culture, Society, and Power


     


Fall, spring. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

First-Year Writing Seminar.

Staff.

This First-Year Writing Seminar is devoted to the anthropological study of the human condition.  Anthropology  examines all aspects of human experience, from the evolution of the species to contemporary challenges of politics, environment, and society.  The discipline emphasizes empirically rich field research informed by sophisticated theoretical understandings of human social life and cultural production. The diversity of anthropology’s interests provides a diverse array of stimulating opportunities to write critically about the human condition. Topics vary by semester.

Topics for 2017-2018 may include:

Fall FWS: Paleofantasies T. Volman
Fall FWS: Plant Politics S. Langwick
Fall FWS: Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History: Women in Science D. Bardolph
Fall FWS: Aliens, Evolution, and (Un)popular Science A. Kotsoglou
Fall FWS: The State’s Magic and the Question of the Future A.L. Cocora
Fall FWS: Expert Responses to the Rejection of Expertise T. McLellan
Fall FWS: Writing the Intimate Lives of Cities S. Sorrell
Spring FWS: Taming the Beast Within: Humans and Animals Past and Present J. Gorczyk
Spring FWS: Intersectionality: Feminist Ethnography Through New Media E. Hong

 



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