File MS-2-89, Box 2, File 4 - Psychological anthropology 1979-1983

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Psychological anthropology 1979-1983

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  • Attributions and conjectures: Anthro 222, later changed to SOSA 2230 and then to 3231.03

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MS-2-89, Box 2, File 4

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  • 1979-1983 (Creation)
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    Halifax (N.S.)

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

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File consists of course materials relating to Jerome H. Barkow's Anthro 222 Psychological Anthropology class, held in 1980. Items consist of a course syllabus; the 5 quizzes used for the class; a textbook requisition form filled out by Jerome H. Barkow for Culture of Personality by Victor Barnouw, and New Mathematics in an Old Culture by John Gay and M. Cole; a shipping and handling slip for the New Mathematics in an Old Culture book; a 1980 correspondence from Jerome H. Barkow to V. Miller about which anthropology textbooks to assign for the SSA 100 Introductory course in the summer; a 1980 correspondence from Chairman R. C. Kaill to Barkow and Miller, assigning Miller to teach SSA 235 Native People, and assigning Barkow to teach SSA 100 Introductory and SSA 223 Psychological Anthropology; and a form from Barkow requesting to use a space with a television monitor and space for 30 people for the purpose of playing several films for his SSA 2230 and 3070 courses, such as Lucy, The Baboons, The Hunters, and Margaret Mead: Taking Note.

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This class of Psychological Anthropology is listed under the code Anthropology/SSA 222.

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Draft

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

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  • English

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