Course Instructor: Christa Paterline (she/her/hers)
Instructor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Virtual Office Hours: Mondays 11:00-1:00 on Zoom
Department of Anthropology Phone: 718-951-5507
This course is a zero cost/open educational resources course. That means there is no textbook students need to purchase. All materials are available freely to students.
Off-campus access. New for Fall 2021: Use your CUNYfirst Username and Password to log in (same credentials for logging into Blackboard). To access them off-campus you will need to login in. Instructions on logging in.
Items with this icon are on Blackboard. To access you must login in. Instructions on BlackBoard
Items with this icon require a password provided to you by your professor.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To be successful in the course you must do all the assigned readings on time. The weekly schedule will state which readings we will be discussing in our live sessions, and you should have completed those readings before that session. If you have any problems accessing an article, you must contact me immediately.
Brooklyn College strictly prohibits the use of college online resources or facilities, including Blackboard, for the purpose of harassment of any individual or for the posting of any material that is scandalous, libelous, offensive, or otherwise against the University’s policies. Please see: Netiquette for Remote Instruction.
This course is being organized with a combination of asynchronous and synchronous elements.
To be successful in this course you must maintain communication with the professor.
As an educator, I support the rights of undocumented students to an education. If you have any concerns in that regard, feel free to discuss them with me, and I will respect your wishes concerning confidentiality. For resources and support, please check-out Brooklyn College’s Immigrant Student Support Office, website: Immigrant Student Success Office email: email@example.com Instagram:
@issobc or visit: Resources for Immigrant Students at CUNY (URL: