Journey Into The Human Experience
Humans developing a sense of identity and individuality. Assimilating into the cultures around us. Finding solutions to contemporary social problems. Where does one begin to explore such issues? The Anthropology Department at City College of San Francisco.
Join us as we challenge our views of humanity and delve into the rich and complicated customs, traditions, and value systems around the world. It’s all about diversity, cultural patterns and practices – from the exotic to the outrageous to the strangely familiar. Through understanding, gain a cross-cultural perspective.
Kennedy, Matthew (Full-Time Instructor,
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.A., University of
California, Davis, Research Interests: Film and culture, gender,
ritual, Courses taught: ANTH 2, 3, 3AC, 5, 8, and 20, Professional
Activities: co-contributor,Strategies for Teaching Anthropology, first
and fourth editions; author of three biographies in film
Lass, Barbara (Full-Time Instructor, B.A., University of South Dakota M.A. and Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Research Interests: Archaeology, Hawaii and Pacific Islands, Courses Taught: ANTH 2, 3, 12, 25, Professional Activities: Archaeological fieldwork in Midwest and Hawaii, publications and conference papers)
Morel, Renee (Adjunct Instructor, Baccalauréat Philosophie-Lettres, Lycée Sophie-Germain, Paris, France; A.A., City College of San Francisco; B.A., M.A., University of California, Berkeley, Research Interests: Publications include literary criticism (The French Review, Traverses, Cahiers du XVIIe, Lendemains, La Revue Romane, Paroles Gelées), as well as translations for Harvard University Press, the Getty Museum, and Macula Editions. I am currently working on the John Adams Papers. Courses Taught: ANTH 4, Professional Activities: Phi Beta Kappa, the Modern Language Association and was selected for Who's Who among American Teachers (2006-2007), Faculty Adviser for both the Café Musée and Historia, two CCSF student clubs)
Schulz, Henry (Adjunct Instructor, B.A. Psychology, M.A. Student Guidance Counseling, University of Detroit, M.A. Anthropology, San Francisco State University, (ABD) Anthropology, University of California, Davis, Courses Taught: ANTH 2, 3, 21, 22)
Torres, Edgar (Full-Time Instructor and Department Chair in Latin American and Latino/a American Studies, A.A., City College of San Francisco, A.B., M.A., C.P.I.L., University of California, Berkeley)