File MS-2-89, Box 3, File 8 - SOSA 3071 human nature and anthropology/sociology 2000

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SOSA 3071 human nature and anthropology/sociology 2000

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MS-2-89, Box 3, File 8

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  • 1997-2000 (Creation)
    Halifax (N.S.)

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181 pages of textual records. ; 24 cm x 30 cm (folder)

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File consists of documents related to Jerome Barkow's SOSA 3071.03F Human Nature and Anthropology/Sociology class in 2000. Items consist of a course syllabus; take-home quizzes; a sheet that Barkow distributed to his students, warning them that this class uses the assumption of environmental determinism when analyzing anthropology, rather than other more traditional methods; course sheets on subjects like basic evolutionary theory, biological variations, sociobiological gender stereotypes, fitness indicators, sexual selections; analysis and discussion questions of the course readings by Barkow, such as analyzing Geoffrey F. Miller's studies on sexual choice and evolution, Barkow's own texts on maladaptation, the way humans constantly come up with news ways to distinguish ourselves from others, the history of how we split our mind and body conceptually; and a teaching assistant-professor agreement by William M. Brown and Professor Jerome Barkow in 2000-2001.

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

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