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Auslander, Leora. “Beyond Words.” The American Historical Review 110.4 (2005): 1015-045.
Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. “Objects in the Classroom.” OAH Magazine of History 17.4 (2003): 57-59.
Provides basic definition of material culture.
Interview with a quilter from the Library of Congress American Folklife Collection
Smithsonian: The National Museum of American History
“In December 2007, Annie Leonard and her friends at Free Range Studios put a 20-minute movie about the way we make, use, and throw away Stuff on the internet, unleashing a torrent of pent-up demand for honest conversation about the impacts of our consumer-crazed culture on people and the planet. In the six years since The Story of Stuff was released, Annie’s ‘cartoon about trash’ has been viewed more than 40 million times worldwide.”
“The aim of the Rebranding Anthropology Textbooks is to offer a critique not just in words, but in counter images that make stark the construction of identities and the owner/subjects of the anthropological gaze in anthropological photography”
Lesson plan for grades K-5. Students create a paper quilt to learn about cultural differences and community connections.