Welcome to the companion website for the second edition of Anthropology: What Does It Mean to Be Human? by Robert H. Lavenda and Emily A. Schultz. Containing a number of useful resources for students and instructors, this site is designed to supplement and enhance the material found in the text.

In About the Book you will find:

  • Information about the Authors
  • Key Features of the book
  • New to the Second Edition
  • The Preface
  • Table of Contents

In Instructor Resources, you will find:

  • guest editorials (brief essays by anthropologists)
  • PowerPoint slides for lectures
  • an image bank
  • a sample syllabus
  • activities and assignments
  • film suggestions and related questions by chapter
  • critical-thinking questions
  • suggestions for class discussion
  • supplemental chapter materials
  • annotated suggestions for further reading
  • helpful links

In Student Resources, you will find:

  • a study strategies guide
  • self-quizzes
  • interactive exercises
  • flashcards for key terms
  • helpful links

For instructors, we also offer a free Computerized Test Bank and Instructor’s Manual on CD and free Cartridges for Course Management Systems, available from your Oxford University Press sales representative.


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