Marie-Lorraine PipesAdjunct Lecturer
Marie-Lorraine Pipes has been at SUNY Geneseo since 2009.
Monday and Wednesday 11:30-12
ANTH 100: S/M/Intr Cultural Anthropology
This course has two broad aims. One is to introduce students to the field of cultural anthropology by paying close attention to what anthropologists do and how they do it. The other is to explore some of the ways in which people organize their lives and construct systems of meaning -- from kin relations and gender roles to economic systems and marriage patterns, religion and healing. In the process, we will be challenged to think about the value of cultural diversity in an increasingly interconnected world and to see ourselves from others' point of view.
WGST 203: TGdrScWrld:Arch&EngenderedPast
This is a slot course that focuses on representation of women and/or gender in the social world, generally employing methodologies from one or more social sciences. Each section will incorporate recent feminist scholarship, methodologies, concepts, and analyses. In addition, each section will utilize feminist pedagogy to foster a climate of mutual inquiry and exchange of ideas between faculty and students. This course may be taken for credit multiple times with different subtitles. Not offered on a regular basis