Arizona State University OpenCourseWare – Podcasts
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Cultural and Social Anthropology
Cultural & Social Anthropology – explores principles of cultural and social anthropology with illustrative materials from a variety of cultures. These courses examine the nature of culture through social, political, and economic systems and studies religious, aesthetic, and linguistic traits.
MIT OpenCourseWare – Massachusetts Institute of Technology Videocasts
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University of California – Berkeley WebCasts – Podcasts
Anthropology Courses, Podcasts and Videos: Webcast.berkeley is UC Berkeley’s central service for online video & audio for students and learners around the globe.
Gresham College UK OpenCourseWare-Videocasts
Speaking Scars – The Tattoo
Professor Jane Caplan
This video and lecture discusses the original debates about the tattoo as a sign of criminal identity among 19th century European police and criminal anthropologists. It will conclude the series with some final reflections on the subjective and objective dimensions of identity and identification covered by these lectures.
Learn to use anthropological ideas to see the world from a range of perspectives and points of view.
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