Undergraduate

2021 Aug 25

ANTHRO 1182: People of the Sun: The Archaeology of Ancient Mexico Office Hours

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Virtual - Zoom

Course preview virtual office hours:

  • M, 8/23, 12-1
  • W, 8/25, 12-1

ANTHRO 1182 taught by Prof. Jenny Carballo on Monday, Wednesday 12-1:15pm at Peabody Museum Classroom 12

This course provides a broad overview of the archaeology of ancient Mexico and Central America, focusing on the Indigenous cultures of highland Mexico such as the Aztecs and Zapotecs, as...

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2021 Aug 24

ANTHRO 2656: Introduction to Feminist Science Studies Office Hours

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Virtual - Zoom

ANTHRO 2656 - Taught by Prof. Anna Jabloner on Wednesdays 9am-11am in room Peabody 12. 

On August 24, Prof. Jabloner will hold open office hours on Zoom from 2-3pm EST. Feel free to drop in at any time during that hour to ask questions or to say hello. 

COURSE OVERVIEW:

This graduate seminar introduces the...

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2021 Aug 24

Anthro 1781: What Is Latin America?: Politics, Culture, Identity Office Hours

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual - Zoom

Preview Period Office Hours: Wed, Aug 18 10am-11am EST; Tues, August 24, 3-4pm EST
Students are invited to speak with Dr. Fierman about the course before enrolling.

ANTHRO 1781 - Taught by Prof. Julia Fierman on Mondays at 6pm-8:45pm in room Tozzer 203

This seminar focuses on the anthropology of Latin America in the context of late capitalism to understand the political, economic, and cultural consequences...

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2021 Aug 18

Anthro 1781: What Is Latin America?: Politics, Culture, Identity Office Hours

10:00am to 11:00am

Location: 

Virtual - Zoom

Preview Period Office Hours: Wed, Aug 18 10am-11am EST; Tues, August 24, 3-4pm EST
Students are invited to speak with Dr. Fierman about the course before enrolling.

ANTHRO 1781 - Taught by Prof. Julia Fierman on Mondays  at 6pm-8:45pm in room Tozzer 203

This seminar focuses on the anthropology of Latin...

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2021 Aug 25

Anthro 1130 Harvard Yard Archaeology Office Hours

3:30pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual via Zoom

Want to learn about the course and what we'll be digging? Come meet us!!

Wednesday, August 25th from 3:30-4:00 pm on Zoom

ANTHRO 1130 - Taught by Diana Loren and Patricia Capone. Thursdays 12-2:45pm in Vanserg 23. 

Archaeological data recovered from Harvard Yard provide a richer and more nuanced view of the 17th through 19th century...

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2021 Aug 24

Anthro 1130 Harvard Yard Archaeology Meetup

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Yard in front of Matthews Hall

Want to learn about the course and what we'll be digging? Come meet us!!

Tuesday, August 24th from 3-4 pm in front of Matthews Hall

ANTHRO 1130 - Taught by Diana Loren and Patricia Capone. Thursdays 12-2:45pm in Vanserg 23. 

Archaeological data recovered from Harvard Yard provide a richer and more nuanced view of the 17th through 19th century...

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2021 Aug 24

Anthro 1824 Race and Genetics: American Biopolitics Office Hours

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual - Zoom

ANTHRO 1824 - Taught by Prof. Anna Jabloner on Wednesdays 12:45pm-2:45pm in room Peabody 561. 

This seminar examines the increasingly convoluted relationship between genetics/genomics and race in the United States. In this contemporary moment, geneticists are debating definitions or “locations” of race on the human genome. Some draw on older racial...

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