Tag: undergraduate teaching

Can There Be a Cheat-Proof Exam?

Carole McGranahan , May 19th, 2017


Cheating is not fun for anyone, except perhaps for the student who does not get caught. At my university I have only one class I teach for non-majors,…


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Teaching Martin Luther King in Hawai‘i

Rex , January 16th, 2017


Every Spring I teach “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” in the class immediately following MLK day. Typically I focus on first and second year college students. I do…


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The Anthro/Zine strikes back!

Matt Thompson , June 24th, 2016


Anthro/Zine, a venue for undergraduate publication from the team behind Anthropology Now, has entered its second year of publication. The premise behind the project is to provide a…


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Decolonizing Anthropology Textbook Covers

Decolonizing Anthropology , June 21st, 2016


This entry is part 8 of 8 in the Decolonizing Anthropology series. By: Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall and Jennifer Esperanza   As young anthropology students in the 90s we heard Dr….


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Visual Turn II: Teaching to Take Stock

Lindsay Bell , July 15th, 2015


Encounters with art and design by an anthropologist and curious non-expert in visual culture. Earlier this year I was reading the Internet and came across Duke University Press’…


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