Anthropology: Films and Videos in the University of Arizona Library

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Paestum (1990)

Produced by RAI, Radiotelevisione Italiana.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (30 min.)
SERIES Ancient World series.
SUMMARY Survey of the well preserved remains of Paestum's history.
SUBJECTS Paestum (Extinct city)
SUBJECTS Italy -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy.
Media Video DG70.P3 P33 1990

People of the Hearth: Paleoindians of the Northern Rockies (1993)

An Earthtalk production.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (30 min.)
SERIES Living prehistory.
SUMMARY In a secluded valley of southwestern Montana, the People of the Hearth baked deer, jackrabbit, cottontail rabbit, porcupine, and pricklypear and goosefoot seeds in their kitchens. These early Native Americans fashioned projectile points, used atlatls to kill game, skinned and butchered deer, prepared daily meals, and processed winter food supplies at their hearths. The Barton Gulch archaeological site is providing significant new evidence regarding these now-extinct people.
SUBJECTS Indians of North America -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Prehistoric peoples -- America.

Peru: People of the Sun (1973)

Produced by Chatsworth Film Distributors Ltd.
PUBLISHER [Lawrence, Kan.]: Centron Educational Films, c1973.
DESCRIPTION 16mm reel (25 min.) + leader's guide.
SERIES People and places of antiquity series.
SUMMARY Traces the history of Peru from the earliest settlers through the time of the Incas.
SUBJECTS Peru -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Indians of South America -- Peru -- Antiquities.
Media Film D-11,817

Photography in the Colonist Era (1988)

Keith McElroy.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (67 min.)
SERIES Faculty community lecture series (University of Arizona)
SUMMARY A lecture by University of Arizona Art History Professor Keith McElroy on how photographs influenced 19th century Europeans' perceptions of native peoples. Photographs of Native Americans in Arizona are provided as specific examples.
SUBJECTS Photography in anthropology -- Arizona.
SUBJECTS Photography in ethnology -- Arizona.
SUBJECTS Photography -- History -- 19th century.
Media Video GN34.3.P45 M34 1988 I

Planet in My Pocket (1995)

Produced and directed by Beverly Seckinger; written by Beverly Seckinger and Susan Taunton.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (19 min.)
SUMMARY The fictional adventures of "Leonora Livingston Peabody", a world traveler and anthropologist. "Leonora" offers background, travel tips and somewhat racist commentary on the peoples of the countries she has visited.
SUBJECTS Peabody, Leonora Livingstone (Fictitious character)
Media Video G151 .P43 1995

Point of Pines (197-?)

DESCRIPTION 16mm reel (22 min.)
SUMMARY Shows archaeological field methods demonstrated by students and faculty at the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Point of Pines on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.
SUBJECTS Archaeology -- Methodology.
Media Film B-10,889

Pompeii (1990)

Produced by RAI, Radiotelevisione Italiana.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (30 min.)
SERIES The Ancient world series.
SUMMARY Survey of the well preserved remains of Pompeii's history, from the ruins of a temple dating back to the sixth century B.C., to the public buildings and mansions of the town's golden age.
SUBJECTS Pompeii (Extinct city)
SUBJECTS Italy -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy.
Media Video DG70.P7 P64 1990

The Pre-history of Spain (1990, C1993)

A production of EFE, Ministry of Fine Arts and Archives, Spanish Ministry of Culture.
DESCRIPTION I videocassette (23 min.)
SUMMARY Using the artifacts in the Hall of Prehistory at Madrid's National Archaeological Museum as a starting point, this film covers the Stone Age and the development of agriculture in the Iberian peninsula and traces the various cultural stages of Spain.
SUBJECTS Stone age -- Spain.
SUBJECTS Agriculture -- Spain.
SUBJECTS Spain -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Spain -- History.
Media Video GN835 .P73 1990

Prehistoric Monuments of Europe (1993)

Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (43 min.)
SERIES Lost civilizations.
SUMMARY The history of ancient European monuments in Europe is revealed by examining the archaeological evidence which remains at various sites.
OTHER TITLE Lost civilizations. .
SUBJECTS Europe -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Monuments -- Europe.
SUBJECTS Megalithic monuments -- Europe.
Media Video GN791 .M44 1993

Prehistoric National Monuments of Arizona (1995)

DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (23 min.) + 1 guide.
SERIES Our journeys, American Indian epics; 1.
SUMMARY Takes us on a journey to see prehistoric Indian sites in Arizona which are now national monuments.
SUBJECTS Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS National monuments -- Arizona.
Media Video E78.A7 P78 1995

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