Aesthetic Realism
A New Perspective for Anthropology & Sociology

Anthro TECH Site of the Month Award

The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method in Anthropology

bullet - teaching - Eli Siegel, originator of teaching method"Teaching Indian Culture in the US."

Published in the India Tribune and other English language Indian journals. How do we combat the desire for contempt, which cripples one's ability to understand or have good will for people of another culture?

bullet - teaching - Eli Siegel, originator of teaching method"The Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel As a Teaching Method in Anthropology"

Published in Anthropology and Education Quarterly. 

bullet - teaching - Eli Siegel, originator of teaching method"What Are Children's Minds Waiting For?" In The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known

Includes discussion of the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method—and the crucial opposites of restraint and abandon in the Inuit (Eskimo) and ourselves.


Aesthetic Realism and Anthropology Classes
at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation

bullet"The Marriage of Anthropology and Sociology" Summer 2006

bullet"Scientific Method and the Opposites" Winter / Spring 2006

bullet"The Aesthetic Structure of Society" Fall Semester 2005

bullet for Aesthetic Realism: A New Perspective for Anthropology"Anthropology and the Everyday" Summer Semester 2005

bullet"The Feelings of People Are Real!" Spring Semester 2005

bullet "What Isn't Anthropology About?" Fall Semester 2004 

bullet  "Coldness and Warmth in Anthropology" Summer Semester 2004

bullet  "Anthropology for the 21st Century" Summer Semester 2002

bulletSee Brochure of Courses at Aesthetic Realism Foundation

Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel in 1941, is taught in classes, public seminars and presentations, and individual consultations at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City; as well as by speaking engagements nationwide and telephone consultations. The Class Chairman, Ellen Reiss, teaches the classes for Aesthetic Realism associates and consultants which I attend. As I write today I am proud to say that I am a consultant on the Foundation's faculty. I teach anthropology and teacher education workshops and I am an instructor in consultations, which teach a person the aesthetic way of seeing the world and themselves.  Links are provided below so you can find out more.

Home Page: Aesthetic Realism: A New Perspective for Anthropology & Sociology
Aesthetic Realism Foundation
Aesthetic Realism Online Library
The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method
Links to Aesthetic Realism Resources
John Singer Sargent's Madame X, an Aesthetic Realism Discussion
Essays and News Pieces about Aesthetic Realism
The Place of Aesthetic Realism in Culture,"Friends of Aesthetic Realism — Countering the Lies "



Index of Native American Resources on the Internet

Resources vs. Racism:

See the page titled " How Aesthetic Realism Opposes Racism" and the anti-prejudice articles in The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known. Among those in TRO are Difference and Sameness: The Human Question" and "Racism Can End" by Ellen Reiss. The practical and deep articles on the Web include, too, "On Racism & How to End It" by Nancy Huntting; Allan Michael's "It Is In Contempt That the Root of Racism Lies"; Alice Bernstein's "Poems by Eli Siegel about Martin Luther King and America" and the book she edited: Aesthetic Realism and the Answer to Racism. Other articles include, "The Genome & Equality""Words, Truth, & the Confederate Flag"; "Fascism, Understood At Last!"; "Aesthetic Realism: The Solution to Racism""Contempt, the Cause of Racism""Queen's Visit to Amritsar" by Christopher Balchin. And articles by New York teachers who show how the standard curriculum, K-12, can be used to encourage kindness include: "Prejudice Changes to Respect" and "Students Learn, Prejudice Is Defeated!"

Aesthetic Realism Foundation
Friends of Aesthetic Realism—Countering the Lies
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