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#Anthropology roundup: “Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of 2018…

Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of 2018

Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of 2018 HeritageDaily 1 – The world’s oldest known drawing. The earliest evidence of a drawing

Publicity or Marginality? On the Question of Academic “Silencing” in Anthropology

Abstract What is “silencing” and is it out of place in the contemporary North American university? How do “silencing” and “public

The Concealed Utility of Theory and The Rise of De-Skilled Ethnographic Practices In Business

Michel Foucault is open for business and ready to take your order – if you dare… GETTING THINGS DONE: THE

These are some of the world’s last indigenous cultures

These are some of the world’s last indigenous cultures New York Post These breathtaking pictures show some of the
Meet Madhumala Chattopadhyay, First Indian Anthropologist Woman Who Had a Friendly Encounter With  LatestLY
Anthropologists’ concern is to retrieve John Allen Chau’s body  Economic Times
Neolithic mask stuns archaeologists, raises eyebrows  National Geographic

Why Don’t More Humans Eat Bugs?

Ten years ago, toiling in scorching heat on the parched Fongoli savanna in southeast Senegal, anthropologist Julie Lesnik faced an unpalatable task. She had to taste a termite. At the time, Lesnik was a doctoral student studying the evolution of the human diet by examining our closest living relatives, chimpanzees.

 

Missionary’s Killing Reignites Debate About Isolated Tribes: Contact, Support or Stay Away?  The New York Times
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