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How did apes become human?
Article | Updated Jul 24, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Egypt is in Africa, but were the ancient Egyptian people and culture really of indigenous African origin? I make the case that they were using evidence from biological and cultural anthropology and archaeology.
I wrote this as a paper for my South African History class at UCSD. It earned a...
Poetry | Updated Jun 24, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Organized religion, in its various identities, has bestowed mankind with a set of ethical standards by which to live, and the structure of organized religions has allowed for those paradigms to be passed through generations. Even though religion defies scientific sense, over the years it has...
It is rising within me. Ba-tik-di. The tightening of the stomach, these yawns that shake the body; a slow heat vibrating up the length of the spine. Ah, the shivering, the ecstasy! The gentle acupuncture, these needles that prick the skin into gooseflesh; the cold hot freezing warmth of it all!
Physcial anthropologist Saphirra Lourds is called to Boston to assist in an investigation regarding skeletal material of a young boy found in a city skating pond. With the help of local Boston detective David Russo will Dr. Lourds be able to not only identify the remains but determine how the...
Gregory Scott had the good life. The awesome car, the bags of money just waiting to be spent.And, oh, a job as one of the most famous con men in New York City. When Gregory is inevitably tracked down, all hope seemed lost. Now his only hope lies in a race against time to help the government...
By Juliet Adrianna Pettyfer
Forensic anthropologist Katelyn Amos doesn't know what she's in store for when she and FBI partner Ryan Carr step on the trail of a murderous, decapitating serial killer...who's out for blood.
A young Anthropology professor aquires a very unusual cat and is quickly immersed into a world where felines rule and danger lurks
Novel | Updated Feb 18, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The most comprehensive bibliography to date on the phenomenon of shamanism in North America.
In this eagerly awaited book, the cultural anthropologist Peter N. Jones brings fifteen years and over twenty-five projects to bear on one of the more controversial questions in contemporary American anthropology and American Indian studies. Are contemporary American Indian tribes of the...
The field of molecular anthropology has grown in recent years with the advent of new methodologies and theoretical assumptions. The field has been particularly insightful in helping understand the initial peopling of North America. In this book, Peter N. Jones discussed the field of molecular...
For those wishing to understand the emerging field of molecular anthropology, and how it applies to the early history of North America, this is a great introductory text.