Skip to content
Facebook
Twitter
Blog
LinkedIn
Google+
Instagram
YouTube
Search
Login AnthroSource AnthroGuide Anthropology News About AAA Contact Join Donate Shop FAQs
People in field Mobile
People in field Desktop

In This Section

Teaching Materials Exchange

From Our Sponsors
In This Section

Search Results Detail

New Search

Title: Ecological Anthropology
Description:

This course is an introduction to ecological anthropology, the study of the interrelationships between humans and their environments. Ecological anthropology is concerned with people's perceptions of and interactions with the physical and biological surroundings, and the various linkages between biological, cultural, and linguistic diversity. Topics to be explored include subsistence strategies, the ecology of ethnic foodways, human alteration of the environment, traditional knowledge of wild plants, ethnobiological classification, natural resource sustainability, intellectual property rights among indigenous peoples, the anthropology of tourism, environmental racism, and conservation policies in both simple and complex societies. My goal in teaching this class is to provide you with a broader understanding of the role of nature in perpetuating cultural knowledge for generations.

Document: Click Here * Document will open in a new window.
Name: Justin Nolan
Online Course: No
Affiliation: University of Arkansas
Field: Applied,Biological,Linguistic
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Intermediate
Student Type: Undergraduate
Class Size: Up to 20
Geography:

New Search | Browse All

Contribute Your Syllabus

Feedback? Please email: Anne Kelsey.

Thanks for using the AAA Teaching Materials Exchange!



You Might Also Like