Intro Cultural Ant
Intro Cultural Ant ANT 101
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ANT 101 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology Spring 2009 MWF 1030 7 1120 Chambers 1027 Prof Eriberto P Lozada Jr Of ce Hours M W 9307 1030 am Of ce Chambers B12 T Th 9007 1000 am or by appointment Telephone 7048942035 Email erlozadadaVidsonedu Web httpwwwdavidsonedupersonalerlozada Lecture Notes 20 March 2009 Studying Religion cont d Victor Turner 0 ritual as social drama public occasions wherein a signi cant crisis emerges and is resolved Myerhoff calls these social dramas religioninthemaking for in them the Center people are agreeing upon and making authoritative the essential ideas that de ne them In these drams they develop their collective identity their interpretation of their world themselves and their values As well as being social dramas the events are de nitionalceremonies performances of identity sancri ed to the level of myth p 32 0 Van Gennep and rituals as passages through life cycles rites of initiation three phases of ritual 0 separation o liminality period of communitas o and reincorporation o Tumer s perspective on society 7 social structure and culture arises as a result of inherent con ict within society contrasts with previously dominant perspective of society and culture as creating social equilibrium think of Tylor s de nition of culture and its role in maintaining social equilibrium 7 Culturetaken in its wide ethnographic sense is that complex whole which includes knowledge belief art morals law custom and any other capabilities acquired by man as a member of society 0 how is con ict resolved Turner points to moments of liminality where communitas antistructure is achieved a relationship between concrete historical idiosyncratic individuals a moment in and out of time religion is one way societies stay together resolving con icts inherent to social order think of Shmuel and other Center people s attitude towards Shmuel in Chapter 2 0 symbols key way that religions resolve con ict because of the multiplicity of individual meanings Back to Ritual Pivotal Event Graduation Siyum from Chapter 3 o ritual as built upon contradictions denials and ctions capable of making improbable impossible claims Because they are dramatic in form rituals persuade us by ANT 101 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology Fall 2004 MWF 1030 7 1120 Chambers 1027 Prof Eriberto P Lozada Jr Office Hours M W F 930 7 1030 am Office Carnegie 01 T Th 930 7 1115 am or by appointment Telephone 7048942035 Email erlozadadaVidsonedu Web httpwwwdaVidsonedupersonalerlozada Lecture Notes 20 September 2004 From the women s perspective uterine families simpua marriage Kinship Chart modified from Wolf p 20 A I I I A A oA AO 45 mm Kin from the man s lineage perspective A I I I AA I A Kin from the woman s uterine family perspective D ANT 101 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology Spnng 2004 MWF 8 30 7 9 20 Chambers 2084 Prof Errberto P Lozada Jr Of ce Hours M w F 10 30 711 30 am Of ce Camegle 01 T Th 10 00 71115 am or by apporntrnent Telephone 7043942035 mall erlozadadavlds n edu Web http www dEavldson edupersonalerloozada Leeture Notes 20 Apn12004 Departures and Amvals Rerrnttanees and Mrgratron srnee 1965111th change ln USrrnrnrgrauon polrey tlrere has en an ln be crease of rrnrnrgrants eornrng from developmg eountnes 12111 1951e19ooto 881n1981e1990 rnrgrants are eornrng underlegacy ofcolomallsm development oftlre transnational famllyquot m quotHm quotH quot Small 1997 7 no 211 mourneran arrow omen nrntrurer Jam rm mrrmrnemmrrmn 1 m n 510 a mem Han r 1 y H 1171 tor w 13 V s 13 SH 11 en 51 M I 3 wt 4 Souree World Bank report Global Development Fmance 2003
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