University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Public Classroom 4: Geography, Culture, and Race - Lecture

Has Sound

Time: 00:34:56  

Views: 417  

Film Description:Where some natural scientists posit that human population differences are geographically patterned and the product of evolutionary process, social scientists have emphasized the historical political, economic, and social relationships that form and transform cultural practices.

Speaker include:
Camille Z. Charles, Ph.D.
Grace Kao, Ph.D.
Monique Scott, Ph.D.
Christopher Heaney, Ph.D
and moderator Deborah A. Thomas, Ph.D
Video Category:Lecture
Video Date:11/09/2016
Tags: Anthropology | Race | Racism

You may also be interested in these videos:

Interested in attending our Lecture Series?

Join us on first Wednesdays at 6:00 pm from October 2018 through June 2019 for our "Great Stuff" lecture series.

Learn More

© Penn Museum 2018 Sitemap | Contact | Copyright | Disclaimer | Privacy |