Horizon: Where Land Meets Sky
|Stars, Sky and Culture
Winter Quarter Module
Thursday 6-10 PM
Faculty: Llyn De Danaan
This course is offered as a part of Horizons. It is required for Horizons students. It is open to anyone else. It will serve as an introduction to anthropological approaches to the study of cosmologies and cosmogonies, ethnoastronomy and archaeoastronomy. Three texts will be required for use in Diné bahané: Navajo Creation Story, Earth and Sky: Visions of the Cosmos in Native American Folklore, and Prehistoric Astronomy in the Southwest. Lectures and class workshops will be supplemented by films. Students will produce an annotated bibliography and literature review on a related topic.
Annotated Bibliography/AbstractI am asking for more than a simple annotation. More of a brief abstract or review with all bibliographic information
Use a standard format. Consult MLA style guide available at library reference desk.
Annotated bibliography will include details:
Because this is a bibliography to do with ethnocosmology/ethnoastronomy and archeoastronomy, please point out the book or article's special relevance to the field under study.