SUNY Broome Anthropology Club 1st Meeting Documents

Here is the information from the first meeting along with our list of members. Hope everyone had fun today ūüôā

SUNY Broome Anthropology Club meeting 1

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Anthropology at Broome Community College

Broome Community College offers four introductory courses in Anthropology, within the Department of History, Philosophy & Social Science.  These are:

  • ANT 111: Cultural Anthropology ¬†(3 credits)
  • ANT 112: Introduction to Archaeology (4 credits with laboratory component)
  • ANT 113: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (4 credits with laboratory component)
  • ANT 114: Language, Culture & Communication (3 credits –¬†will fill the Social/Behavioral Sciences requirement)
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Students from Anthro 112 РIntroduction to Archaeology Рlearn about the atlatl (spear thrower).  Data was collected so that students could evaluate the differences between free-hand dart throws versus throws using an atlatl.

Upcoming Course Offerings

Summer 2013 РOnline 

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬†¬†¬†Instructor: Valerie Carnegie
  • Ant 112 Introduction to Archaeology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Lynda Carroll

Fall 2013  

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬†¬†¬†Instructor: Harold Koster, PhD
  • Ant 113 Introduction to Biological Anthropology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Lynda Carroll

Fall 2013 – Online

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† Instructor: Valerie Carnegie
  • Ant 112 Introduction to Archaeology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Kevin Sheridan, PhD

For additional information and schedules, visit http://www.sunybroome.edu/web/www/take-a-class