Posts Tagged ‘anthropology’

What a Difference a Century Can Make

The traveler was a college-educated westerner with a late-Victorian attitude about Africans. The idea that all Africans are at least a little subhuman would have been a starting point for him. Throwing in a tribe here and there with especially cannibalistic or otherwise uncouth tendencies would be typical. Running into a group of individuals that looked to him almost like a separate species would be notable, and he did in fact make note of it, but this would be something he would take in stride.

Click to continue reading “What a Difference a Century Can Make”

The Four Stone Hearth Anthropology Blog Carnival

Quiche Moraine is proud to present The Fourth Stone Hearth, a blog carnival that specializes in anthropology in the widest sense of that word: the study of humankind, throughout all times and places, focusing primarily on four lines of research: Archaeology, Sociocultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, and Linguistic Anthropology.

Click to continue reading “The Four Stone Hearth Anthropology Blog Carnival”

SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline