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Anthropological Perspective on Everyday Life [2400-OG-EN-APEL] Semestr letni 2017/18
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Przedmiot: Anthropological Perspective on Everyday Life [2400-OG-EN-APEL]
Zajęcia: Semestr letni 2017/18 [2017/18L] (zakończony)
Konwersatorium [KON], grupa nr 1 [pozostałe grupy]
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Liczba osób w grupie: 15
Limit miejsc: 25
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Prowadzący: Beata Bielska, Patrycja Knast, Krzysztof Olechnicki
Literatura:

2. Religion and Magic

Frazer, James George. 2013 (originally 1890). The Golden Bough, chapter III “Sympathetic magic”, p. 14-58.

3. Economy (of the Gift)

Malinowski, Bronisław. 1922. Argonauts of the Western Pacific. An Account of Native Enterprise and Adventure in the Archipelagoes of Melanesian New Guinea, “Foreword: and chapter III “The Essentials of the Kula”, p. 5-8; 51-62.

4. Gender and Sexuality

Creed, Gerald W. 1984. Sexual Subordination. Institutionalized Homosexuality and Social Control in Melanesia, “Ethnology”, vol. 23, No. 3, p. 157-176.

5. Family and Kinship

Hart, Kimberly. 2007. Love by Arrangement: the Ambiguity of “Spousal Choice” in a Turkish Village, “The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute”, vol. 13, no 2, p. 345 362.

6. Language and Communication

Geertz, Clifford. 1988. Works and Lives. The Anthropologist as Author, California: Stanford University Press, chapter I “Being There”, p. 1-24.

7. Urban Life

Bartu Candan, Ayfer and Biray Kolluoğlu. 2008. Emerging Spaces of Neoliberalism: A Gated Town and a Public Housing Project in İstanbul, “New Perspectives on Turkey”, no. 39, p. 5 36.

8. Food

Sahlins, Marshall. 1974. The Original Affluent Society, in the same: Stone-Age Economics.

9. Health

Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. 2000. The Global Traffic in Human Organs, “Current Anthropology”, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 191-224.

10. Culture and Ethnography. Anthropological Research

Miner, Horace. 1956. Body Ritual among the Nacirema, “American Anthropologist”.

Zakres tematów:

1. Organisational Classes

Description of the course schedule, comments, questions.

Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=158cJ8Hd9UM

2. Religion and Magic

Frazer, James George. 2013 (originally 1890). The Golden Bough, chapter III “Sympathetic magic”, p. 14-58.

3. Economy (of the Gift)

Malinowski, Bronisław. 1922. Argonauts of the Western Pacific. An Account of Native Enterprise and Adventure in the Archipelagoes of Melanesian New Guinea, “Foreword: and chapter III “The Essentials of the Kula”, p. 5-8; 51-62.

4. Gender and Sexuality

Creed, Gerald W. 1984. Sexual Subordination. Institutionalized Homosexuality and Social Control in Melanesia, “Ethnology”, vol. 23, No. 3, p. 157-176.

5. Family and Kinship

Hart, Kimberly. 2007. Love by Arrangement: the Ambiguity of “Spousal Choice” in a Turkish Village, “The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute”, vol. 13, no 2, p. 345 362.

6. Language and Communication

Geertz, Clifford. 1988. Works and Lives. The Anthropologist as Author, California: Stanford University Press, chapter I “Being There”, p. 1-24.

7. Urban Life

Bartu Candan, Ayfer and Biray Kolluoğlu. 2008. Emerging Spaces of Neoliberalism: A Gated Town and a Public Housing Project in İstanbul, “New Perspectives on Turkey”, no. 39, p. 5 36.

8. Food

Sahlins, Marshall. 1974. The Original Affluent Society, in the same: Stone-Age Economics.

9. Health

Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. 2000. The Global Traffic in Human Organs, “Current Anthropology”, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 191-224.

10. Culture and Ethnography. Anthropological Research

Miner, Horace. 1956. Body Ritual among the Nacirema, “American Anthropologist”.

Metody dydaktyczne:

discussion

staging

presentation

reading texts

tests

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

1. Interesting suggestions, insightful conclusions, groundbreaking ideas – all of them are kindly welcome and will be rewarded in points for active participation. Please, do not hesitate to discuss your personal experience and national/regional/ethnic heritage.

2. During the course you should be present (1), read texts (2), write short tests (3), prepare “a staging”/presentation (4) and be active (5).

(2) Texts. All the literature presented as „Texts” is obligatory. You should read it carefully at home and try to understand it. It is also very useful to make notes. I will send you the texts by e-mail.

(3) Tests. At the beginning of every meeting you will write a short test (2-3 questions). The test will include questions about and only about the text ascribed to the topic. You will be allowed to use the text and your notes. Every test is worth 5 points. However, please notice it is not possible to answer the questions without understanding the text.

(4) Staging/presentation. Individually or in groups you will be asked to prepare a “staging”/presentation of the text’s content. For example, if there are magic rituals described in the text, you should try to show them to other people in the group. You will have to find and bring some stage props (e. g. a blanket, a handkerchief, a doll, a piece of wood, fruit, vegetables, a phone, a toothbrush, a necklace, a ring). Be creative 

You do not have to use any extra books or articles but it could be useful. It is your decision.

The presentation should take about 15-20 minutes and show at least 2 rituals. If you work in a group, every person should take part in the presentation. If your work individually, you may invite people from the whole group to help/join you during presentation.

3. If you are absent during classes for which you should have prepared the staging/presentation, you will not pass the course.

4. Do not be late on classes, please. If you are late more than 15 minutes, you will not get any points for attendance or active participation.

5. It is allowed to drink during classes, but, if your health does not require it, please do not eat.

6. Mobile phones should be in silent mode or switched off. Please do not use them to check or answer messages. Do not use them to use a vocabulary either.

7. Every student has the right to be absent twice. It does not have to be explained or documented. If you are absent once, you do not have to do anything. If you are absent twice, in a month after the second absence you should write an e-mail to me (bielska.beata@umk.pl). I will ask you to read the text ascribed to classes you were absent from and discuss it with me during consultations. If You are absent three times or more, you will not pass the course.

Points – altogether 100 points:

1. Attendance – 1 point for classes – max. 10 points (1 x 10 meetings)

2. Active participation – 0-2 points for classes – max. 18 points (2 x 9 meetings)

3. Tests – 0-45 points (5 x 9 meetings)

4. Staging/presentation – 27 points:

a) For the incentive – 3 points,

b) Number of rituals/events presented (at least 2) – 2 points,

c) Time (15-20 minutes) - 2 points, too short – 0 points,

d) Information presented: correctness – 6 points,

e) Stage props used – 5 points

f) Originality/creativity - 9 points.

0-59 points – 2 - fail

60-74 points – 3 - satisfactory

75-79 points – 3,5 - satisfactory plus

80-89 points – 4 - good

90-94 points – 4,5 - good plus

95-100 points – 5 - very good

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