Biography: Jane Goodall
By: Joyce Ann Mallare - 541627
Jane Godall, a name known for her dedication to primates and conservation of wildlife. She chose a life far away from the city. She chose having a life not of material things. This choice made her an inspiration to a lot of people. What she...
Anthropology behind Facebook
By: David Adelman
Facebook Interview Facebook has become the latest fad worldwide, connecting people all over the globe. What began as a phenomenon for students has spread to adults and children of all ages, making Facebook a vast cyber-culture in itself. Facebook has created a whole new...
What is evolution?
By: Gary Zalben
What Was First The Chicken Or The Egg? Egg Argues With Chicken About Evolution. Well, while egg is arguing with chicken about evolution, let me explain to you how evolution is explained differently by a spiritual master. Do you know what space and time means...
By: Suzanne Rose
One of the most amazing archaeological discoveries of 2010 was the decoding of the Neanderthal Genome. According to the Archeological Institute of America, the most startling bits of news from this study may be that the Neanderthals are not completely gone, or at least their...
By: John Webb
The Crazy Horse Memorial is currently under construction in the Black Hills of South Dakota approximately 17 miles from Mount Rushmore. Construction began on the mountainside monument in 1948, under the direction of Korczak Ziolkowski, a Polish American sculptor. Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear initially...
By: Tim Harry
The discovery in 2010 of the Tomb of Hecatomnus, was not widely reported, even though it was one of the year’s top archaeological discoveries. Archaeological discoveries though are, as a general rule, underreported, unless there is a large financial aspect involved with the discovery...
Introduction to the three-ages system of archaeology
By: Abby Way
The three ages system of archaeology works by dividing human prehistory (the time period before written history evolved) into three distinct ages, based on the technological advances civilization made. The civilizations best categorized as such are European and Mediterranean; however, other civilizations are sometimes described...
By: Adam Dorado
We can ascertain that the great pyramids are not the product of Egyptians, but the culture of the predecessors of the Ancient Egyptians since the Egyptians were former slaves of the Babylonians who most definately built the pyramids and told the Egyptians, in our belief...
By: Mona Gallagher
James Watson and Francis Crick did amazing and groundbreaking work in the anthropological field as co discoverers of the detailed structure of the DNA molecule in 1953. This work earned Watson a Nobel Prize and has further enabled the field of science to grow leaps...
Anthropology of religion explained
By: Christine G.
The anthropology of religion is the empirical study of religious institutions in relation to other social institutions, comparing religious beliefs and practices across culture. The point of view is one of cultural relativity, not evaluating one kind of religion as more correct or sophisticated than...

 

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