File MS-2-89, Box 1, File 7 - Documents for anthropology and sociology memo of January 25, 1975 by Larsen and Barkow

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Documents for anthropology and sociology memo of January 25, 1975 by Larsen and Barkow

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MS-2-89, Box 1, File 7

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  • 1971-1973 (Creation)
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    Halifax (N.S.)

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60 pages of textual records. ; 24 cm x 30 cm

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File consists of documents and notes relating to how and why Sociology and Social Anthropology are similar,in what Jerome H. Barkow and R. R. Larsen of the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology refer to as the "fusion model". Items include Barkow and Larsen's discussions, correspondences and notes on the fusion method of Sociology and Social Anthropology; the Dalhousie Recruitment Committee's 1971 report on increasing Department faculty who specialize in particular subjects on Sociology and Anthropology; the Committee on Anthropology's recommendation to create a Anthropology Honors Program in 1972; Jerome H. Barkow's paper on the different views of Anthropology as a distinct field in his Department; a summary of the Curiculum Committee's meeting in March 1972, where they discussed the Anthropology question of whether it deserved its' own department; various discussions and proposals for an Anthropology Program within the Sociology and Social Anthropology Department; Barkow's detailing of 9 potential classes fir the Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Anthropology Program, taking into account the recommendations of faculty and the university administration; a suggested calendar entry for the Anthropology program, with course names, teachers, and course descriptions; and notes on a meeting between Department Chairman D. F. Campbell and the department's anthropologists, where they commit to remaining within the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology.

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Item 3 has parts of the report cut up into little tag sized sheets, which were attached onto a piece of paper. The sheets have lost their adhesiveness, and can be moved around quite easily.

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November 6, 2008. Collection appraised January 8, 2009. Collection and file level descriptions created May, 2019.

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