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Winter 2015 Syllabus for HUMI-D001.-63Z
HUMI-D001.-63Z - Leslie Berry
Call Number: 32552
Term: Winter 2014
4 units
Description
An introduction to the study of creativity in human life; its sources, development, social purpose, and role in culture change. Students analyze creativity as a central source of meaning and purpose in their lives as well as a development of their unique combination of human intelligences. Lives of creative people from all over the world are examined and contextualized.
Prerequisites
None
Instructor Information: Leslie Berry
For that last two decades I've divided time between academic interests and professional research. My background includes degrees in Anthropology and Education, with emphasis in Instructional Technology and Cross-Cultural Language and Development. My fieldwork focus includes socio-cultural and archaeological contexts, NAGPRA legislation, cultural conservancy, prehistoric art, osteological labwork, and faunal analysis. In recent years I've recorded and documented folklore in the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on multi-generational immigrant experience within families, oral tradition and kinship structures.

Email: berryleslie@fhda.edu
Office Hours: Online, by appointment, and by phone.


Distance Learning
Building: MLC 250
Email: distance@deanza.edu
Phone: 408.864.8969
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Last Updated: 9/5/13