FACULTY and STUDENTS - UC Multicampus Graduate Group in Anthropological/Human Sciences and Complexity - HSC-UC
Our founding videoconference was held on Jan 24, 2005. On March 12 at Irvine we held our organizing meeting of
faculty and students (graduate and seniors interested in grad school) from the four southern campus
to explore interconnecting research interests and to organize curriculum. Starting fall, 2005, we offer
a common colloquium series to be held twice monthly through videoconferencing, in which multiple campuses can easily participate,
and one meeting each quarter at UC Irvine or another campus. Fridays, 1:30-2:50, is the tentative date for the fall videoconference,
which has a different course number and title on each campus. The F-W-S series is a 4 unit course offering.
The focus of the colloquia and joint conferences will be the presentation of cutting edge or current research by faculty and
students. Powerpoint presentations are useful in this context and prove superior to the use of website presentations.
Turn microphones off at your desk or site unless you intend to speak because the mike activates camera zooms between sites.
Please send further content for the central web sites to Doug White
Return to our main site
We have support
(organizational) from UC Academic Initiatives although Julie Gordon wasnt able to connect with us for the founding videoconference, but
a DVD is also available.
- UCI Faculty: Social
Dynamics and Evolution - in our founding discussion
Doug Wallace, Robert Moyzis, Jon Ericson, Doug White, Duran Bell, Robert Garfias, Nick Colby, ICS grad Steve Abrams, GSM
grad student Jennifer Chandler, Networks PostDoc Ben Jester
UCI Meeting place: UCI: 3030 Anteater Teaching, Learning, & Technology Building Jeff Fisher ITC
(949) 824-7581 Videocon.
UCI Course Code: Soc Sci 240A-B-C for f-w-spring.
- UCLA Faculty:
Human Complex Systems and
Affiliates - founding discussions
Dwight Read, Phil Bonacich
- UCLA Grad Students: John Bragin
- Grad and Undergrad Course website
UCLA Meeting Place: Powell Library Rm 285 - Don Roby at 310-206-7449 cell 310 467 3859 Videoconferencing or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
UCLA Undergrad Course Code: Anthro 294.
UCLA Grad Course Codes: Anthro M193P/HCS M193P (crosslisted between Anthro and HCS).
- UCR Faculty:
Anthropology, Networks and Political Science,
and the Institute for
Research on World Systems
- in our founding discussion
David Kronenfield, Al Fix (Anthropology), Martin Johnson (Political Science), Chris Chase-Dunn (Sociology - see NSF proposal
and project materials)
- UCR Grad Students: Mark Neiswender, Rob Brown, Marti Doyle and Richard Neimeyer.
UCR Meeting places: A139 (basement) Olmsted Hall (near Sproul), Ted Younglove (COLLAB head),
MultiMedia center: Mike Capriotti
(951) 827-3045, (951) 827-3041. For questions or special presentation needs, please contact: Michael Capriotti, email@example.com
UCR Course Code: Pol Soc 293.
- UCSD Faculty: - founding discussions
Guillermo Algaze (Sumeria), Bob McC. Adams (Mesopotamia, Mesoamerica);
Paul Goldstein (Tiwanaco) and Geoffrey Braswell (Maya). See
Anthropological Archaeology at UCSD, Biological Anthropology
at UCSD and Psychological Anthropology at UCSD
New Faculty: Darren Schreiber and James Fowler, Political Science, Computational
modeling: Emerging Parties, Housing segragation, Political cognition
UCSD Meeting place: Galbraith Hall Center for Library & Instructional Computing
Services (CLICS) facility - Room 260Admin. Asst. Media Services 858 - 534-8265
Howard Laurence at (858) 534-1174. Roberta Caparas (firstname.lastname@example.org), Efren Blanco (email@example.com), Paul ....
For PPT the ideal thing is to email the *.PPT file and bring it on CD.
UCSD Course Codes: Undergrad Anth 199 GraduateAnth 298 (Independent studies).
- UCB and Bay Area Faculty Affiliates -
Gene Hammel (Demography),
Kent Lightfoot (Archeology), Paul Kay (Linguistics - Cog. Sci.),
George DeVos (Psychological Anthro).
Robert Manlove (St. Mary's College, Law School, Anthro.)
- UC Merced Faculty possibilities
- Stanford Faculty possibilities
e.g. Jamie Jones, Arthur Wolf, Ian Robertson, Richard Klein, etc