104 cursos online de antropologia [GRATUITOS]

A antropologia nasceu no fim do século XIX e estuda as culturas humanas (suas diferenças e semelhanças). Clique aqui e acesse 104 cursos especializados e gratuitos!

A antropologia nasceu no fim do século XIX e estuda as culturas humanas (suas diferenças e semelhanças). É comumente dividida entre biológica e cultural: enquanto a primeira investiga as diferenças biológicas entre os humanos, a segunda busca os diferentes padrões de cultura que eles têm.

A palavra antropologia deriva de duas palavras gregas: anthropos, que significa “homem” e logos, que significa “pensamento” ou “razão”.

De Bachofen a Levy-Strauss e Tim Ingold, a antropologia é vasta. Abaixo, listamos 104 cursos online gratuitos de antropologia que irão te introduzir e especializar em cada temática disponível.

Os cursos estão em inglês e são do acervo de cursos-livres do Instituto de Tecnologia de Massachusetts (MIT), alguns estão completos, com as vídeo-aulas, enquanto outros disponibilizam a ementa, as referências bibliográficas, a ordem das aulas e os trabalhos de avaliação. veja:

  1. Introduction to Anthropology
  2. How Culture Works
  3. Anthropological Theory
  4. Seminar in Ethnography and Fieldwork
  5. The Supernatural in Music, Literature and Culture
  6. Black Matters: Introduction to Black Studies
  7. Japanese Literature and Cinema
  8. Teaching and Learning: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
  9. Magic, Witchcraft, and the Spirit World
  10. Myth, Ritual, and Symbolism
  11. Disease and Health: Culture, Society, and Ethics
  12. Anthropology of War and Peace
  13. Identity and Difference
  14. Law and Society
  15. Introduction to Latin American Studies (Fall 2005)
  16. Ethnic and National Identity
  17. The Contemporary American Family
  18. Gender, Sexuality, and Society
  19. Rethinking the Family, Sex, and Gender
  20. American Dream: Exploring Class in the U.S.
  21. Race and Science
  22. Power: Interpersonal, Organizational and Global Dimensions
  23. Culture, Embodiment and the Senses
  24. Food and Culture
  25. Anthropology Through Speculative Fiction
  26. Dilemmas in Bio-Medical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good?
  27. Anthropology of Biology
  28. History and Anthropology of Medicine and Biology
  29. Marketing, Microchips and McDonalds: Debating Globalization
  30. Documenting Culture
  31. Gender, Power, and International Development
  32. Energy Decisions, Markets, and Policies
  33. Environmental Struggles
  34. Drugs, Politics, and Culture
  35. Photography and Truth
  36. Cultures of Computing
  37. The Anthropology of Sound
  38. People and Other Animals (Fall 2013)
  39. Introduction to Latin American Studies (Fall 2006)
  40. The Conquest of America
  41. Violence, Human Rights, and Justice
  42. Slavery and Human Trafficking in the 21st Century
  43. Anthropology of the Middle East
  44. Medicine, Religion and Politics in Africa and the African Diaspora
  45. What is Capitalism?
  46. Gender and Representation of Asian Women
  47. Technology and Culture
  48. Art, Craft, Science
  49. The Business of Politics: A View of Latin America
  50. DV Lab: Documenting Science Through Video and New Media
  51. Cross-Cultural Investigations: Technology and Development
  52. People and Other Animals (Fall 2013)
  53. Social Theory and Analysis
  54. The Anthropology of Cybercultures
  55. Beijing Urban Design Studio (Summer 2004)
  56. Special Problems in Architectural Design
  57. Architecture Design, Level II: Cuba Studio
  58. Precedents in Critical Practice
  59. Advanced Seminar: Urban Nature and City Design
  60. Sites in Sight: Photography as Inquiry
  61. Sensing Place: Photography as Inquiry
  62. Urban Housing: Paris, London, New York
  63. Urban Design Skills: Observing, Interpreting, and Representing the City
  64. Theory of City Form
  65. Urban Design Policy and Action (Spring 2009)
  66. Urban Design Policy and Action (Spring 2007)
  67. Introduction to Urban Design and Development (Fall 2006)
  68. Urban Design Politics
  69. Site and Infrastructure Systems Planning
  70. Property Rights in Transition
  71. Introduction to Design Inquiry (Fall 2004)
  72. Introduction to Design Inquiry (Fall 2001)
  73. Research Topics in Architecture: Citizen-Centered Design of Open Governance Systems
  74. Power of Place: Media Technology, Youth, and City Design and Development
  75. Furniture Making
  76. Special Problems in Architecture Studies
  77. The Production of Space: Art, Architecture and Urbanism in Dialogue
  78. Dialogue in Art, Architecture, and Urbanism
  79. Photography and Related Media
  80. Studio Seminar in Public Art
  81. Interrogative Design Workshop
  82. Ecologies of Construction
  83. Daylighting
  84. Analysis of Historic Structures
  85. Building Technology I: Materials and Construction
  86. Building Technology III: Building Structural Systems
  87. Building Technologies III: Building Structural Systems II
  88. Form-Finding and Structural Optimization: Gaudi Workshop
  89. Natural Light in Design
  90. Emergent Materials II
  91. Digital Design Fabrication
  92. Digital Mock-Up Workshop
  93. Inquiry into Computation and Design
  94. Thinking About Architecture: In History and at Present
  95. Topics in the Avant-Garde in Literature and Cinema
  96. Historiography of Islamic Architecture
  97. Drawings & Numbers: Five Centuries of Digital Design
  98. Selected Topics in Architecture: Architecture from 1750 to the Present
  99. Technopolitics, Culture, Intervention
  100. Theory and Method in the Study of Architecture and Art
  101. History of Urban Form: Locating Capitalism: Producing Early Modern Cities and Objects
  102. Contemporary Architecture and Critical Debate
  103. A Global History of Architecture Writing Seminar
  104. Unmanageability: Pathless Realities and Approaches

6 Comments

  1. Antes de tudo gostaria de manifestar o meu reconhecimento pela vossa iniciativa.
    Por outro, gostaria de sugerir se é possível este curso também em português e termos o acesso ao material em PDF.

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