OER published on the CUNY installation of Pressbooks.
Textbook with interactive activities and project assignments for an introduction to cultural anthropology course
In this course in addition to culture, we will learn about norms, values, systems of beliefs, social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, race and ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation and gender, technology and culture, cultural universalism and relativism, and how these affect our shared or distinct day to day cultural practices and social interaction in our various communities. Students will share their day-to-day social interactions, travels, and cross-cultural experiences in and around New York City. This resource is created for the CLDV 100, Fall 2022 in-class use only. Updates will be provided depending on the semester and course needs via: https://pressbooks.cuny.edu/oalapo
This textbook was originally created for an undergraduate survey course taught at all the universities and most of the colleges in the Minnesota State system. As similar courses are taught at institutions around the United States and the world, the authors have made the text available as an open educational resource (OER) that teachers and learners can read, adapt, and reuse to meet their needs.
A short introduction to philosophy in a historical perspective, the resource contains short introductions and excerpts from primary readings from western philosophical thinkers ranging from Socrates until today.