Explain how conservation, as practiced in the 19th and early 20th centuries, attempted to preserve animals, plants, and human cultures.
Describe salvage anthropology. Why was it practiced? What are some criticisms of this approach?
What is different about anthropology as practiced in the 19th century compared to the way it is practiced today?
Why is it important to have multiple perspectives when describing human culture? How do anthropologists gather these multiple perspectives?
What is a feminist anthropological approach to anthropological inquiry? What does this approach offer to the field?
What rights do tribal peoples have when research is conducted on them?
What are the ethical responsibilities of anthropologists when conducting research? What practices should anthropologists follow to be sure their research proceeds in a moral and ethical manner?
Name and describe the most important pieces of government legislation in the United States pertaining to the rights of Indigenous peoples to cultural artifacts and knowledge.