These three in class activities designed for Anthropology 101 incorporate a global perspective into themes of the course. The first activity, "Who Owns The Past," asks students to respond to the Elgin Marbles controversy. The second activity, "The Importance of Cultural Relativism," addresses the issue of female genital cutting, and the third activity, "Drag Queens: Performing Gender Norms," challenges perceptions of gender norms. These activities were created as part of the 2018-2019 Global Studies Initiatives in Social Sciences Grant at Parkland College.
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Skousen, Jacob, "Anthropology 101: Introduction to Anthropology Class Activities with Global Perspective Spring 2018" (2019). Global Studies Initiatives in Social Sciences 2018 - 2019. 4.