By: Jane Allyson
People have always been fascinated by the things that they dig up and if that artifact or source can be linked to the human experience, then all the better, it makes for an interesting perspective and we humans are always ready to enlarge our pan...
By: Laurie Childree
Bones have the ability to tell a story that is read through the science of FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY which is the study of skeletal remains. In the beginning it is used to decide if the bones in question are human. Gender, age, physical stature and racial...
By: Nicole Williams
Throughout the United States, there are several great anthropology museums. It was difficult to narrow down, but I've narrowed it down to the top ten. Because they all have such diverse specialties that each offers, I can't possibly say which of the ten is better...
By: Douglas Black
The decline of civilization begins with the perception that race changes everything, and that our subtle cosmetic or cultural differences are paramount to this indigenous behavior of cultural segregation. One of the most defining arguments that anthropologist have had to deal with is why most...
By: Eva Pronovost
The dead speak. They don't speak loudly, but they'll whisper their past to the forensic anthropologists who come across their remains, and quietly reveal who they were and how they died. Anthropology is the study of humans and physical anthropology is a sub-field that specialises...
By: Jane Allyson
Defining "race" within the human context means one thing - the stigmatization of some, and the reinforcement of elitism for others. It defines those who "have" and those who "have not" in life, and trying to find an answer through scientific means have left modern...
Anthropology of religion explained
By: Carlyle O'Toole
In today's world, there are roughly one hundred ninety-three independent countries recognized by the United Nations plus a handful of unrecognized states. Each of these countries then has many individual populations of people each with their own unique culture; making it very easily possible to...
By: Elizabeth Wordsmith
The Eeyore Syndrome Have you read any Winnie the Pooh stories to your children? If so, you know the character of Eeyore, the donkey that always has that hang dog look, feels defeated, and thinks Doomsday is just around the corner. His foil is Tigger...
By: Ruth Woodhouse
A smile can do so many good things - for the person who gives it and also for whoever the blessed recipient is. I'll start with the giver. A smile can transform a person's face. It can even make somebody plain quite simply beautiful. It...
By: Kimberly Bunch
The History and Understanding of the Four Subfields of Anthropology:Anthropology is the study of people in their cultural context and the examination of all aspects of patterned social behavior. The study of humanity covers all areas of human biological and social life. It provides meaning...

 

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