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  • Role: faculty
  • Organization: University of Arizona
  • Position: Associate professor

Leila Hudson Leilahud Associate professor University of Arizona Dr. Leila Hudson is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the... more »Leila Hudson Leilahud Associate professor University of Arizona Dr. Leila Hudson is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona. A graduate of Yale College (BA) and the University of Michigan’s Anthropology Department (MA) and Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropology and History (PhD), she researches and teaches about culture and political economy in the Arab world. She is the author of Transforming Damascus: Space and Modernity in an Islamic City (IB Tauris, 2008) and Middle Eastern Humanities: An Introduction to Middle Eastern Cultures (Kendall Hunt, 2010) and co-editor of Media Evolution on the Eve of the Arab Spring (Palgrave MacMillan 2014) as well as articles on gender, culture, and power in the Ottoman and contemporary Middle East that have appeared in the Journal of Islamic Studies, Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Critical Studies of the Middle East, Middle East Policy, Al-Jazeera English, Al-Jazeera America and the Huffington Post.

  • Role: student
  • Organization: University of Arizona
  • Position: Graduate/dual Phd in Anthropology and MENAS

karen kahn karenk286 Graduate/dual Phd in Anthropology and MENAS University of Arizona

  • Role: faculty
  • Organization: Central Texas College; Ashford University
  • Position: Anthropology

Steve Froemming sfroemmi Anthropology Central Texas College; Ashford University

  • Role: student
  • Organization: University of Arizona
  • Position: Undergrad in Anthropology

Benazir Dadayeva benazir Undergrad in Anthropology University of Arizona

  • Role: student
  • Organization: University of Arizona
  • Position: Undergraduate in Anthropology and Biochemistry

Jorge Gonzalez jorgepgonzalez Undergraduate in Anthropology and Biochemistry University of Arizona

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Anthropology

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Items Matching "Anthropology" - Items

The Human Sexes Series (1997)

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Desmond Morris turns his highly trained zoological eye on the differences in men and women, comparing different aspects of male and female biology and behaviour. Explore the human sexes and how we ...

Anthropology Tutorials

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Cultural Anthropology

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The Anthropology Collection

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Anthropology - MIT Open Courseware

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Anthropology, Inc

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Kurdistan in the Shadow of history

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A visual anthropology of the Kurds

Archive of Anthropologist work on Gezi Protests

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Cultural Anthropology Special Focus on #OccupyGezi, also shows media related limitations of Turkish anthropologists…

Resource for many Kurdish articles

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From Dialectical Anthropology Vol. 37, No. 1, March 2013 Published by: Springer Introduction: the Kurds' ordeal with Turkey in a transforming Middle East(pp. 103-111) Hisyar Ozsoy ...

Zika Virus

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This Zika Virus article pertains to a virus that was mentioned in class. The virus doesn't do much to most people, but to babies that haven't been born yet, the virus could cause abnormally small h...

Christopher McDougall- Are we born to run?

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This Ted Talk examines the underlying anthropology of humans and their movement. He examines why humans have survived in environments that we shouldn't have. Further why are women so good at endura...

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▶ Gypsy Child Thieves

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Across Europe children are being forced onto the streets to beg and steal. They come from one of the poorest communities in Europe - the Romanian Gypsies.

History.com — History Made Every Day — American & World History

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Some great programming on this channel!

Interbreeding with Neanderthals

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Mankind: The Story of all of us

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Very informative!

Cultural Anthropology

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The Anthropology Collection

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Native Peoples of North America

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Traditional Knowledge

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Anthropology - MIT Open Courseware

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Anthropology Tutorials

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Anthropology, Inc

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Anthropology.net

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Blog, but seems well written and researched.

The Neanderthal Meal: A New Perspective Using Faecal Biomarkers

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Lots of meat and veggies! Of course remember, they died or were killed off by homo sapiens! They also didn't have very long lives...So maybe Paleo isn't the panacea?

Tibetans inherited high-altitude gene from ancient human | Science/AAAS | News

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We are just beginning to understand all of this. How exciting.

The Evolution of Diet - National Geographic

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How Strong were the Neandertals?

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An interesting look at the mechanics of Neandertals.

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House Romanov

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how leadership styles make a difference

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Gilles Mendel Interview

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Israeli group B'tselem's recent verdicts

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On topic of current affairs in Palestine/Israel

Tibetans inherited high-altitude gene from ancient human | Science/AAAS | News

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We are just beginning to understand all of this. How exciting.

Traditional Knowledge

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The Evolution Of Human Locomotion

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This article shows the relationship and benefits of human locomotion from an anthropological standpoint. The reasons as to why the human race walks becomes less of a mystery with the discovery of f...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

Is The United States Medical Industry Really Superior Than Other Cultures?

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This book is written by a Professor at Washington State University, Marsha Quinlan, and she did a study on the culture of a Dominican tribe with an emphasis on their use of medicine. She provides d...

Zika Virus

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This Zika Virus article pertains to a virus that was mentioned in class. The virus doesn't do much to most people, but to babies that haven't been born yet, the virus could cause abnormally small h...

Gender-Neautral Toys

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This article had to do with children's toys and their effects, which is what we covered this week. This article was really interesting because it touched on the ide of gender-specific toys--and eve...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

Addiction

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Untitled

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An article about green house gasses from the EIA, the governmental agency referenced in the Gaiam article posted. I wanted to compare the two agencies data. I feel that the two government agencies ...