Anthropology roundup: “On the anthropology of climate change….

On the anthropology of climate change Eurozine articles by Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Dasa Licen Mainstream literature on globalization tends not to take the uniqueness of each locality seriously enough, says Thomas Hylland Eriksen. He explains how the anthropology of climate change is responding to the need for an analysis of the global situation seen from below. … Read more

“40,000-year old “Lion Man”… an anthropology roundup…

40,000-year old “Lion Man” from Dienekes’ Anthropology Blog by Dienekes Ice Age Lion Man is world?s earliest figurative sculpture Even more exciting than the discovery of new pieces, the sculpture?s age has been refined using radio-carbon dating of other bones found in the strata. This reveals a date of 40,000 years ago, while until recently … Read more