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  • Museum
    Careers Contact Us Anthropology Museum California State University Sacramento Welcome to the website for the Anthropology Museum at Sacramento State The Museum is a program of the Department of Anthropology Our facilities include a small exhibition gallery approx 1000 sq ft ethnographic research and teaching collections a climate controlled repository and a lab for curatorial and exhibit design work The Anthropology Department offers a number of courses in Museum Anthropology

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/anth/museum/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • News and Events
    Emeritus Professor of the Department of Anthropology CSUS CSUS Alumni Center Wednesday April 30th 2014 3 00 PM 5 00 PM See flyer here Museum From Death to Life in Ancient Bahrain Meet the Researchers at our Opening Symposium Friday March 6 1 3 pm California Suite University Union Face to Face with Early Dilmun R eception to follow in the Anthropology Museum A printable invitation with parking pass linked below Exhibit Dates March 3 May 8 2015 Exhibit Days Hours Tuesdays Fridays 12 00pm Noon 3 00 pm See postcard here Note postcard serves as Sacramento State Parking Permit in student spaces for the reception only Department Newsletter MARCH 2010 NOVEMBER 2010 APRIL 2012 Past Events Sentiment Science The GF and AW Beardsley Collection as 19th Century Travelogue Opening Reception Tuesday April 15 2014 1 30pm 3 00 pm Exhibit Dates April 15 May 15 2014 Exibit Days Hours Tuesdays Fridays 12 00pm noon 3 00 pm See postcard here Note postcard serves as Sacramento State Parking Permit in student spaces for the reception only Wuha Lehulum Water for All Ethiopia and Water from an Anthropological Perspective November 19 December 7 2012 Open Tuesday to Friday 12 00pm 3

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  • Scholarships
    s he used the knowledge gained in order to contribute to the larger community Application Deadline The application package for this award must be addressed to the Chair Department of Anthropology CSUS The package should be received by the department office no later than March 6 2015 John W Connor Scholarship The John W Connor Scholarship is awarded by the Department of Anthropology in consort with Dr John W Connor to a graduating Anthropology Major with the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average Student must have graduated with the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average for the academic year The student receiving this award will be presented with a Certificate of Recognition and a cash award funded by the John W Connor Endowment Fund Criteria Applicant must be enrolled as a full time student in all but the final semester where the student may be enrolled less than full time Applicant must have a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3 5 Student eligible for the award will be identified and contacted by the Department of Anthropology Richard Reeve Award Instituted in memory of Professor Richard Reeve the first chair of the Department of Anthropology CSUS this award recognizes a graduating Anthropology Major for his her contributions to furthering the discipline of anthropology The student receiving this award will be presented with a Certificate of Recognition and an award funded by the Department of Anthropology CSUS Criteria Student must have a Cumulative GPA of 3 5 or more Student must have participated in discipline based extracurricular activities Requirement Applicant must submit a letter of application in a form of a 250 long statement discussing her his participation in extracurricular activities and how that contributes to furthering the discipline of anthropology Application Deadline The application package for this award must be addressed to the Chair

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  • Careers
    Quick Links Colleges Depts Calendars Catalog SacLink Library Online Courses SacCT Computing Technology College Portrait Department of Anthropology Anthropology at Sac State Graduate Program Catalog Forms Undergraduate Program Catalog Advising Roadmaps Forms Courses Catalog Current People Faculty Staff Students Photos Research Archaeological Research Center Digital Ethnology Project curation Archaeological Curation Facility Museum News and Events Scholarships Forms Careers Contact Us Careers in Anthropology http aaanet org resources students http www

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  • Contact Us
    Roadmaps Forms Courses Catalog Current People Faculty Staff Students Photos Research Archaeological Research Center Digital Ethnology Project curation Archaeological Curation Facility Staff FAQ NAGPRA Research and Activities Museum News and Events Scholarships Forms Careers Contact Us Contact Us Department Contact information Office Location Mendocino Hall 4010 Office Hours Monday Thursday 8 00am 5 00pm Friday 8 00am 4 00pm Closed Monday Friday 12 00 noon 1 00pm Telephone 916 278

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  • Program Description
    Association Program Description Pacific Asia including the nation states on the Asian shores of the Pacific Rim Korea Japan China Taiwan the Philippines Vietnam Cambodia Thailand Burma Laos Malaysia Singapore Brunei Darussalam and Indonesia is a region of great economic political and strategic importance Possessing immense natural and human resources Pacific Asia is developing as the most dynamic region of the world Major The major is designed to provide students with a coherent introduction to the language history and culture of Asian societies The major offers three concentrations 1 Chinese Studies 2 Japanese Studies and 3 South and Southeast Asian Studies Each concentration provides an interdisciplinary understanding of the major social and historical forces at work in the region supported by appropriate language training with Asian related courses in art art history anthropology Chinese ethnic studies history humanities and religious studies government Japanese music philosophy and sociology Minor The minor offers a student a framework to explore one or more Asian societies from an interdisciplinary perspective The minor is an appropriate and timely course of study for any student wishing to better understand an increasingly important region of our world It is particularly relevant for students in various academic or

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  • Major Requirements - BA
    120 Japanese Civilization 2 Chinese Studies Concentration Select five of the following 3 ANTH 148 Anthropology of Chinese Societies 3 CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization 3 CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese Literature 3 HIST 148A China Antiquity to 1600 A D 3 HIST 148B China 1600 to Present 3 HRS 172 The Classical Culture of China 3 HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy and Religion 3 PHIL 145A Chinese Philosophy 3 South and Southeast Asian Concentration Select five of the following 3 ANTH 147 Peoples of Southeast Asia 3 ANTH 149 Cultures of South Asia 3 ART 117A Art of India and Southeast Asia ART 3A or equivalent or instructor permission 3 HIST 145 South Asian History Civilization 3 HIST 149 The Making of Modern Southeast Asia 3 HIST HRS 147 History of Buddhism 3 HRS 178A Religions of India I The formative Period 3 HRS 178B Religions of India II Medieval and Modern 3 PHIL 145B Philosophies of India passing score on the WPE C Electives 12 Units Note Students must take 12 units of electives from four different groupings Students cannot satisfy elective requirements with courses from their area of concentration GROUP 1 JAPAN 3 ANTH 134 Japanese Culture and Society 3 HIST 146A Cultural History of Japan to 1800 3 HIST 146B Modern Japan 1800 present 3 HIST 146C History of Manga 3 HRS 174 Modern Japanese Literature and Culture 3 JAPN 120 Japanese Civilization GROUP 2 CHINA 3 ANTH 148 Anthropology of Chinese Societies 3 CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization 3 CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese Literature 3 HIST 148A China Antiquity to 1600 A D 3 HIST 148B China 1600 to Present 3 HRS 172 The Classical Culture of China 3 HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy and Religion 3 PHIL 145A Chinese Philosophy Passing score on the WPE GROUP 3 SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA 3 ANTH 147 Peoples of Southeast Asia 3 ANTH 149 Cultures of South Asia 3 ART 117A Art of India and Southeast Asia ART 3A or equivalent or instructor permission 3 HIST 145 South Asian History Civilization 3 HIST HRS 147 History of Buddhism 3 HIST 149 The Making of Modern Southeast Asia 3 HRS 178A Religions of India I The Formative Period 3 HRS 178B Religions of India II Medieval and Modern 3 PHIL 145B Philosophies of India passing score on the WPE GROUP 4 ASIAN AMERICAN 3 ENGL 180M Asian American Literature 3 ETHN 110 The Asian American Experience 3 ETHN 111 Southeast Asians in the U S 3 ETHN 112 Contemporary Asian American Issues 3 ETHN 113 Asian American Communities 3 ETHN 114 Asian Americans and Globalization 3 ETHN 116 Asian American Politics and Public Policy 3 ETHN WOMS 118 Asian American Women 3 ETHN 167 Asian American Families GROUP 5 PAN ASIA 3 ART 113B Asian Art Mythology 3 ART 115 Topics in Asian Art 3 ART 117B Art of China and Japan ART 3A or equivalent or instructor permission 3 ASIA HIST 140 Modern East Asian Cinema 3 GEOG 125 Geography

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  • Minor Requirements
    University Student Association Minor Requirements For requirements from earlier catalogs please visit http catalog csus edu Total units required for minor 24 12 must be in upper division A minimum grade of C is required in courses applied to the major Courses in parentheses are prerequisites A Course Requirements 12 units 3 ART 3A ART 3B Traditional Asian Art OR Modern and Contemporary Asian Art 3 ASIA 198 HIST 192C

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