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DOUGLAS R WHITE - SOCIAL SCIENCE - CLASSES AND SEMINARS

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UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010

GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Fall 2009 Soc Sci 240A Anthro 289D UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)
  • Winter 2010 Soc Sci 240B Anthro 289B UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every other friday at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2009 Anthro 174AW 60330 Human Social Complexity, formerly World Cultural Comparisons
    12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155
  • Winter 2010 Anthro 129 _____ 50 students Kinship and Complexity,
    11:00-12:20 TuTh SST 155

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Winter 2009 Soc Sci 289B, Anthro 289B Network Theory and Social Complexity
    Tues 2-4:50, SSPA 4249 4 credit seminar
  • Fall 2008 Soc Sci 240A Anthro 289D UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)
  • Winter 2009 Soc Sci 240B Anthro 289B UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2008 Anthro 174AW 60240 Human Social Complexity, formerly World Cultural Comparisons
    12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155
  • Fall 2008 Anthro 129 60... Kinship and Complexity,
    11:00-12:20 TuTh TBA
  • Fall 2008 Soc Sci 240A Anthro 289D UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)
  • Winter 2009 Soc Sci 240B Anthro 289B UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
  • Spring 2009 Soc Sci 240C Anthro 289C UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    1.4 credits per quarter totalling 4 credits for the year)

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2007-2008

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Fall 2007 Soc Sci 289B, Anthro 289B Network Theory and Social Complexity
    Tues 9-11:50, SSPA 4249
  • Fall 2007 Soc Sci 240A Anthro 289D UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
  • Winter 2008 Soc Sci 240B Anthro 289B UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
  • Spring 2008 Soc Sci 240C Anthro 289C UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    1.4 credits per quarter totalling 4 credits for the year)
  • Spring 2008 Soc Sci 289D Anthro 289D Anthropological Models and Methods 2008. Covers problems in ethnography, archaeology, networks, organizational and longitudinal study with extensive use of the interactive Interdisciplinary sciences wiki which doubles as a home page. Open to enrollment from UCSD and UCI, and meets Fridays, 9-12, at UCSD with students enrolling through UCI. Videoconferenced with UCI if there is additional UCI graduate student enrollment (Social Science, Merage School encouraged).

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2007 Anthro 174AW 60240 Human Social Complexity, formerly World Cultural Comparisons
    12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155
  • Fall 2007 Soc Sci 240A Anthro 289D UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)
  • Winter 2008 Soc Sci 240B Anthro 289B UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
  • Spring 2008 SocSci180F/Anth179A Networks and Complexity Day Time and Place TBA.
  • Spring 2008 Soc Sci 240C Anthro 289C UCI Social Networks Seminar/Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar
    3030 Anteater Instructional and Technology Building roughly every 2 fridays at 1:30 (will not meet in SSL 152)
    Undergraduates can enroll for 1.4 credits per quarter (totalling 4 credits for for the year)

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-2007

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Fall 2006 Soc Sci 240A Social Networks and Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus VideoSeminar SST 122 designated fridays
  • Winter 2007 Soc Sci 240B(71500) Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus Seminar SST 122 certain fridays
  • Spring 2007 Soc Sci 240C Human Sciences and Complexity Intercampus Seminar SST 122 certain fridays
    1.4 credits per quarter totalling 4 credits for a single seminar for the year)

  • Winter 2007 Soc 229(69740) Soc Sci 249A(71520) Global Networks: Thurs SST 630 from 11:00-1:50
  • Winter 2007 Soc Sci 240A(71500) Human Social Complexity website

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Winter 2007 Soc Sci 240A(71500) Human Social Complexity website
  • Fall 2006 Anthro 174AW 60240 World Cultural Comparisons 12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155

  • Winter 2007 Anthro 179A Culture and Evolution 60247 T/Th 9:30-10:50 SST 155 Cap 50 Office Hours 11-12 Tues, Thurs
  • Winter 2007 Anthro 179A Culture and Evolution (obsolete webpage) TuTh SST 155 9:30 - 10:50

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-2006

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • fall 2005 Soc 229/Anthro 289B Social Networks and Dynamics Th 2:00-4:50 SSPB 4249 previous course numbers 222D/Soc Sci 249B: will be cross-listed with Sociology, Same as Networks and Social Evolution for the Social Dynamics and Evolution program.
  • fall 2005 Soc 229/Anthro 289b/Soc Sci 249A: Social Networks and Evolution Th 2:00-4:50 SSPB 4249
    Network dynamics provides an integrated anthropological basis for modeling cultural, sociocognitive and social network phenomena. Students convert data relevant to research questions into a network format, and explore themes and materials that provide a basis for research findings and write up results in a term project.

  • Winter 2006 Soc 229 Soc Sci 249A Anthro 289 Global Networks 289B SSPB 2209 12:00-2:50 Thurs. Network analysis is used to study the large networks, including global economy, industrial district networks, world-system/civilizations and processes of globalization, including migration and capital flows, in relation to inequality, standards of living, political systems, social movements, revolutions, and violence. Civilizational and deep histories are examined in a network-evolutionary perspective.

  • F-W-S Three Quarter VideoColloquium 1.3 credits/quarter Social Science 240A- Human Sciences and Complexity 1:30 - 3:00 Fridays Sept 30, Oct 14, Oct 28, Nov 18, UCI Conference Dec 9) (Room Scheduling depends on campus.) UCI Meeting place: Videoconf Room UCI: 122 Social Science Tower Mike Miller ITC (949) 824-7581. Topics. Colloquium continues F-W-S quarters, involves faculty and students at UCSD, UCR and UCLA

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2005 Anthro 174AW World Cultural Comparisons 12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155

  • Winter 2006 Anthro 179A Culture and Evolution T/Th 9:30-10:50 SST 155 Cap 46 Evolutionary processes are examined in relation to the diversification of human cultures, focusing on the effect of civilizational dynamics (Catalog: Explores interacting historical cultures in changing political, economic, religious, social and conflictual contexts over several millenia to the present.)

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-2005

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Fall 2004 Anthro 289A/Soc Sci 249A: Networks and Social Evolution 9:30-11:00 TuTh (rescheduled from 2:00-3:20)

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2004 Anthro 174 AW World Cultural Comparisons 12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155

  • Winter 2005 Culture and Evolution T/Th 9:30-10:50 SST 155 Cap 46 Evolutionary processes are examined in relation to the diversification of human cultures, focusing on the effect of civilizational dynamics

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2003-2004

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Spring 2004 Introduction to Anthropological Sciences SSPA 4249 9-11:50 The interdisciplinarity of the Anthropological Sciences is examined from the perspective of now biological, archaeological, linguistic, social and cultural research fit together with systematic databases, simulation and modeling in the study of human evolution, history and contemporary problems and cultures.

  • Winter 2004 Global Networks SSPB 2296 9-11:50 Tues. Network analysis is used to study the global economy, world-system/civilizations and processes of globalization, including migration and capital flows, in relation to inequality, standards of living, political systems, social movements, revolutions, and violence. Civilizational and deep histories are examined in a network-evolutionary perspective.

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Spring 2004 Culture and Evolution 2-3:20 TuTh SST 630 Evolutionary processes are examined in relation to the diversification of human cultures, including those of different kinds of hunter-gatherers, pastoralists, farmers, maritime and fishing peoples, and those of civilizational systems including cities and their surrounds, peasants, trade, war and political regimes of states, empires and international organizations.

  • Fall 2003 World Cultural Comparisons 11-12:20 TuTh SST 155
  • Fall 2003 Networks and Complexity 12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155 |

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2002-2003

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Winter 2003 Network Theories of Social Structure W 9-12-2:40 SSPB 2296

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2002 World Cultural Comparisons 11-12:20 TuTh SST 155
  • Fall 2002 Networks and Complexity 12:30-1:50 TuTh SST 155 |

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2001-2002

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Fall 2001 Network Theories of Social Structure Th 3-5:40 SST 630 | 73030 | 60550 | CHANGED FROM SSPB 2296 to SST630

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • Fall 2001 World Cultural Comparisons 11-12:20 Tu SSL 145 Th SST 155 | 60210
  • Fall 2001 Networks and Complexity 12:30-1:50 Tu, Th SST 630 | 60215 | CHANGED FROM SSL 145

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2000-2001

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Spring 2001 Collective Dynamics: Complex Adaptive Systems, Network Dynamics, and Evolutionary Simulation - Spring 2001
    (Jointly VideoConferenced between UCLA and UCI)

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • SPRING 2001 World Cultural Comparisons
  • SPRING 2001 Social Dynamics and Self-Organizing Systems

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 1999-2000

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • Winter 2000 Complexity: Network Dynamics, Adaptive Agents, and Theory of Games
  • Fall 1999 Social Dynamics: Modeling Ethnography, Ethnohistory Sociodemographics60553/67830 Anthro 289/SS 249
  • Fall 1999 Grant Writing 60533 Anthro 225A Seminar; also 69660 Soc Sci 255c

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • WINTER 2000 Social Dynamics and Self-Organizing Systems
  • FALL 1999: Transnational Development and Community Change 60140 SS 129

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 1998-1999

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • FALL 1998: Network Theories of Social Structure
    Proseminar in Networks, Network Methods, Networks for Social Sciences

  • WINTER 1999: Writing and Argumentation
    Thesis, proposal, grant, article, social science writing

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • FALL 1998: Kinship and Social Organization

  • FALL 1998: Anthropology and Computing

  • WINTER 1999: World Cultural Comparisons

    LINKED INTERCAMPUS IAPIF 1996-97 and 1997-98 SEMINARS: Modernity's Histories in Global Contexts

    UCI CLASSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 1997-1998

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • FALL 1997: Network Theories of Social Structure
    Proseminar in Networks, Network Methods, Networks for Social Sciences

  • WINTER 1998: Structural Models in the Social Sciences
    Professor Frank Harary, Visiting Professor

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • FALL 1997: Indian North America

  • FALL 1997: Transnational Development and Community Change

    WINTER TERM

  • WINTER 1998: Structural Models in the Social Sciences
    Professor Frank Harary, Visiting Professor

    UCI CLASSES FOR PREVIOUS ACADEMIC YEAR 1996-1997

    GRADUATE SEMINARS

  • FALL 1996: Proseminar in Networks and Social Science History

  • WINTER 1997: Network Ethnography

    UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES

  • FALL 1996: Indian North America

  • FALL 1996: Kinship and Social Organization

  • WINTER 1997: World Cultural Comparisons

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