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Great history of student funding including grants and assistantships.

Employment success with recent Ph.D.s employed as anthropologists at universities (65%) and governmental and non-governmental organizations (25%), and other fields (10%).

Students and faculty pursue local and global research, on five continents and Oceania.

At the University of Georgia, themes of and connect our cultural anthropologists, anthropological archaeologists, and biological anthropologists to one another and to scholars and practitioners beyond the department and the university. Our interdisciplinary and integrative connections give our work scholarly and practical relevance. We offer a Ph.D. in anthropology, and an Ph.D. A master’s degree is not required to apply to our Ph.D. program.

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The  focuses on landscapes and histories of the southern Appalachian Mountains.

To conclude very briefly: I think we may say that all of Powdermaker’s work is both interesting and, to varying degrees, flawed. Part of the reason for this, as others have argued (Rosman and Rubel 1991, Silverman 2007), has to do with her (largely implicit) theoretical frameworks, a point that I have not pursued in this brief essay. But another part of this, I have argued, has to do with her politics, or more specifically, with her view that she could not combine a scientific ethnographic attitude with a critical political interest. This is an issue many of us struggle with to this day.

In fact, as we learn from the memoir (1966:249-251), some anthropologists had advised Powdermaker to work directly with the African Mine Workers’ Union, but she was afraid that if she did so, management would not let her do the fieldwork. She explicitly says that she decided to “play it safe” (1966:249). Yet we see that she could not ignore the labor issues and included them in the study, but in a kind of half-baked way. Thus the chapter on the strike is curiously shallow, consisting almost entirely of long unanalyzed transcripts of conversations among miners about their attitudes toward the strike.

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Rosman, Abraham and Paula G. Rubel. 1991. “Powdermaker’s Lesu.” Journal of Anthropological Research 47(4), The Legacy of Hortense Powdermaker (Winter):377-388.

Ortner, Sherry B. 2010. “Access: Reflections on Studying Up in Hollywood.” Ethnography 11(2):211-233.
– 2013. Not Hollywood: Independent Film at the Twilight of the American Dream. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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In some assignments, you might be asked to evaluate the claims different researchers have made about the emergence and effects of particular human phenomena, such as the advantages of bipedalism, the origins of agriculture, or the appearance of human language. To complete these assignments, you must understand and evaluate the claims being made by the authors of the sources you are reading, as well as the fossil or material evidence used to support those claims. Fossil evidence might include things like carbon dated bone remains; material evidence might include things like stone tools or pottery shards. You will usually learn about these kinds of evidence by reviewing scholarly studies, course readings, and photographs, rather than by studying fossils and artifacts directly.

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Because they are so important to anthropological writing and because they may be an unfamiliar form for many writers, ethnographies will be described in more detail later in this handout.

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So what is an ethnography? “Ethnography” means, literally, a portrait (graph) of a group of people (ethnos). An ethnography is a social, political, and/or historical portrait of a particular group of people or a particular situation or practice, at a particular period in time, and within a particular context or space. Ethnographies have traditionally been based on an anthropologist’s long-term, firsthand research (called fieldwork) in the place and among the people or activities s/he is studying. If your instructor asks you to do an ethnographic project, that project will likely require some fieldwork.

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Writing an essay in anthropology is very similar to writing an argumentative essay in other disciplines. In most cases, the only difference is in the kind of evidence you use to support your argument. In an English essay, you might use textual evidence from novels or literary theory to support your claims; in an anthropology essay, you will most often be using textual evidence from ethnographies, artifactual evidence, or other support from anthropological theories to make your arguments.

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