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  1. Key Readings 9 items
    1. What is anthropology? - Thomas Hylland Eriksen 2004

      Book 

    2. A history of anthropology - Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Finn Sivert Nielsen 2001

      Book 

    3. Cultural anthropology: a contemporary perspective - Roger M. Keesing, Andrew Strathern 1998

      Book 

    4. Social and cultural anthropology: the key concepts - Nigel Rapport, Joanna Overing 2000 (electronic book)

      Book 

  2. Tutorial 1 - SF 1 item
    1. The challenges of anthropology - T. H. Eriksen

      Article  In: International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 1(3), pp.194-202. Available online via author's website.

  3. Tutorial 2 - SF 2 items
    1. Mystification of the Mikea: Constructions of Foraging Identity in Southwest Madagascar - L. Poyer, R. L. Kelly 2000

      Article  In: Journal of Anthropological Research, 56(2), pp. 163-185.

    2. Pygmic Tours

      Webpage  Frankland, S., 2016. The Pygmy Mimic. In: Africa, 86(3), pp. 552-570.

  4. Tutorial 3 - SF 2 items
    1. The Pygmy Mimic - S. Frankland 2016

      Article  In: Africa, 86(3), pp. 552-570.

    2. Ekila: Blood, Bodies, and Egalitarian Societies - J. Lewis 2008

      Article  In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 14, pp. 297-315.

  5. Tutorial 4 - AJ 2 items
    1. Crafting authenticity: An ethnography of conservation practice - Siân Jones, Thomas Yarrow 03/2013

      Article Essential Jones, S & T Yarrow (2013). “Crafting Authenticity: An ethnography of conservation practices.” Journal of Material Culture 18(1): 3-26

    2. Culture and authenticity - Charles Lindholm 2008

      Book  Lindholm, C (2008). “Authentic Cuisine and National Identity”. In Lindholm, C (ed). Culture and Authenticity

  6. Tutorial 5 - AJ 2 items
    1. Religion and material culture: the matter of belief 2010

      Book  Mitchell, J.P (2008). “Performing Statues” in Morgan, D (ed). Religion and Material Culture: the matter of belief

    2. the agency between images: the relationships among ghosts, corpses, monks, ... - J McDaniel 2011

      Article  McDaniel, J (2011). “The Agency Between Images: the relationships among ghosts, corpses, monks and deities at a buddhist monastery in Thailand” Material Religion, 7(2): 242-267

  7. Tutorial 6 - MF 1 item
    1. 'How Did I Become a Leader in My Family Firm?' Assets for Succession in Contemporary Lisbon Financial Elites - Antónia Pedroso de Lima

      Chapter  In: de Pina-Cabral, J. and Pedroso de Lima, A. (eds.) Elites: Choice, leadership and Succession. Oxford and New York: Berg.

  8. Tutorial 7 - MF 2 items
    1. "Fuck Your Body Image": Teen Girls' Twitter and Instagram Feminism in and Around School - H. Retallack, J. Ringrose, E. Lawrence

      Chapter  In Section 3 of e-book: Coffey, J., Budgeon, S. and Cahill, H. (eds) Learning Bodies. The Bodies in Youth and Childhood Studies, New York: Springer, 2016

    2. Self-Pornographic Representations with Grindr - C. Phillips 2015

      Article  Journal of Visual and Media Anthropology, 1(1): pp. 65-79.

  9. Tutorial 8 - PGYB 2 items
    1. A 'Different' Body? Desire and Virginity Among Gitanos - P. Gay-Y-Blasco 1997

      Article  Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute vol. 3, pp. 517-535.

    2. The ‘Science’ of Fair Play in Sport: Gender and the Politics of Testing - Kathryn Henne

      Journal  K Henne. 2014. The ‘Science’ of Fair Play in Sport: Gender and the Politics of Testing. Signs vol. 39, pp. 787-812.

  10. Tutorial 9 - PGYB 2 items
    1. Living Cadavers and the Calculation of Death - Margaret Lock 06/2004

      Article Essential M Lock. 2004. Living Cadavers and the Calculation of Death. Body and Society vol. 10, pp. 135-152.

    2. Reconstructing motherhood and disability in the age of "perfect" babies - Gail H. Landsman 2009

      Book Essential G H Landsman. 2009. Reconstructing Motherhood and Disability in the Age of ‘Perfect’ Babies. Chapter 3, Diminished Motherhood. London. Routledge.

  11. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 1 (1000 WORDS) - DUE SUNDAY 8th OCTOBER 2017 2 items
    1. How does ‘ekila’ work? Write a review of Lewis’s ethnographic explanation of this complex process of social reproduction. 2 items
      1. Ekila: Blood, Bodies, and Egalitarian Societies - J. Lewis 2008

        Article  In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 14, pp. 297-315

      2. Hunter-Gatherers of the Congo Basin : Cultures, Histories, and Biology of African PygmiesHunter-Gatherers of the Congo Basin : Cultures, Histories, and Biology of African Pygmies - Barry S. Hewlett 2011

        Book  Lewis, J 2014. Egalitarian Social Organization: The Case of the Mbendjele BaYaka. In Hewlett, B (ed), Hunter-Gatherers of the Congo-Basin: Cultures, Histories, and Biology of African Pygmies. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

  12. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 2 (1500 WORDS) - AJ - DUE MONDAY 30th OCTOBER 2017 5 items
    1. Do all gifts contain within them the obligation to reciprocate? In your answer compare Mauss's theory with one of the more recent anthropological responses listed below. 5 items
      1. The Gift: The form and Reason for Exchange in Archaic Societies - Mauss - The Gift.pdf

        Document  Mauss, M (1925). "Chapter One: The Exchange of Gifts and the Obligation to Reciprocate". In Mauss, M. The Gift.

      2. Marcel Mauss Revisited

        Document  Graeber, D (2001). "Marcel Mauss Revisited". In Graeber, D. Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value.

      3. Of gifts and grandchildren: American Holy Land souvenirs - Hillary Kaell 06/2012

        Article  Kaell, H (2012). "Of Gifts and Grandchildren: American Holy Land Souvenirs" Journal of Material Culture. 17(2): 133-151.

      4. The Gift, the Indian Gift, and the 'Indian Gift'

        Document  Parry, J (1986). "The Gift, the Indian Gift, and the 'Indian Gift'". MAN 21(3): 453-473

      5. Gift-giving in Japan: cash, connections, cosmologies - Katherine Rupp ©2003

        Book  Rupp, K. 2003. "Chapter 5: Variations in Attitudes toward and Practices of Giving". In Rupp, K. Gift Giving in Japan. Cash, Connections, Cosmology.

  13. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 3 (1500 WORDS) - MF - DUE SUNDAY 19th NOVEMBER 2017 6 items
    1. Discuss the ways in which media and digital practices impact on contemporary ideas of bodies and sexuality. 6 items
      1. Embodiment as a Paradigm for Anthropology - Thomas J. Csordas 1990

        Article  Ethos 18: 5-47

      2. "Fuck Your Body Image": Teen Girls' Twitter and Instagram Feminism in and Around School - H. Retallack, J. Ringrose, E. Lawrence

        Chapter  In Section 3 of e-book: Coffey, J., Budgeon, S. and Cahill, H. (eds) Learning Bodies. The Bodies in Youth and Childhood Studies, New York: Springer, 2016

      3. Learning bodies: the body in youth and childhood studies - Dawson Books 2016 (electronic book)

        Book  Jackson, S. (2016) “They’ve Always Got Flat Tummies and It Really Bugs Us” in Coffey, J., Budgeon, S. and Cahill, H. (eds) Learning Bodies. The Bodies in Youth and Childhood Studies, New York, Springer

      4. Look at us: Collective narcissism in college student Facebook photo galleries.

        Document  • Mendelson, A., & Papacharissi, Z. (2010). Look at us: Collective narcissism in college student Facebook photo galleries. In Z. Papacharissi (Ed.), The networked self: Identity, community and culture on social network sites (pp. 251-273). London, England: Routledge

  14. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 4 (2000 WORDS) - PGYB - DUE SUNDAY 10th DECEMBER 2017 8 items
    1. What have you learnt about Western society by examining sex and personhood from an anthropological perspective? 8 items
      1. Reproducing reproduction: kinship, power, and technological innovation - Helena Ragoné, Sarah Franklin c1998

        Book  S. Franklin 1998. Making Miracles: Scientific Progress and the Facts of Life. In S. Franklin and H. Ragone (eds.) Reproducing Reproduction: Kinship, Power and Technological Innovation. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press.

      2. The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles - Emily Martin 1991

        Article  E. Martin. 1997. The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles. Signs 16:485-501.

      3. DyketoDyke.pdf

        Document  A Adams. 1993. Dyke to Dyke: Ritual Reproduction at a US Men’s Military College. Anthropology Today 9: 3.

      4. Babies, Bodies, and the Production of Personhood in North America and a Native Amazonian Society - babies-bodies-and-the-production-of-personhood-in-north-america-and-a-native-amazonian-society.pdf

        Document  B A Conklin and L M Morgan. 1996. Babies, Bodies, and the Production of Personhood in North America and a Native Amazonian Society. Ethos 24: 657-94.

      5. Pricing the priceless child: the changing social value of children - Viviana A. Rotman Zelizer c1994

        Book  V Zelizer. 1994. From Mobs to Memorials: The Sacralisation of Child Life. In V Zelizer, Pricing the Priceless Child: The Changing Social Value of Children. Princeton. Princeton University Press.

      6. ‘A Wondrous Adventure’: Mutuality and Individuality in Internet Adoption - Paloma Gay y Blasco

        Article  P Gay y Blasco 2012. ‘A Wondrous Adventure’: Mutuality and Individuality in Internet Adoption Narratives. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 18:330-248.

      7. The Medical Construction of Gender: Case Management of Intersexed Infants - 3174605.pdf - S Kessler

        Article  S Kessler. 1990. The Medical Construction of Gender: Case Management of Intersexed Infants. Signs.16: 3-26.

      8. Invisible Wounds: Corporal Punishment in British Schools as a Form of Ritual - Jonathan Benthall

        Webpage  J Benthall. 1991. Invisible Wounds: Corporal Punishment in British Schools as a Form of Ritual. Child Abuse and Neglect 15: 377-388.

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