Monthly Archive: February 2015

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Emily Ainsworth – Young Explorer

Emily Ainsworth lusts for adventure. Before she studied Literature at Oxford, Anthropology at Cambridge, and Film at Central Saint Martins, Emily Ainsworth’s first excursion came at 16 when she decided to go to Mexico. Until that...

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Yo-Yo Ma Goes Beyond the Music

Yo-Yo Ma is a world-renowned cellist who founded a non-profit organization called Silk Road Project. The project is dedicated to promoting multi-cultural artistic exchange and studying the ebb and flow of ideas inspired by...

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Why not do Archaeology?

For my article, I read an article from the ‘So You Want My Job‘ series on the art of manliness website. In the article, an archaeologist by the name of Dan discusses what it...

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Ancient Tomb Discovered in Northern Greece

An excavation is currently underway in Northern Greece. This has caught the attention of many Archaeologists who believe that the tomb might belong to Alexander the Great. Although it is unlikely, many people are...

Interview with Danny Miller Summary

Interview with Danny Miller Summary

Danny Miller is a is a modern day ethnographer inside of the anthropological field. His main focus is on the modern day material culture that we all live in and how it shapes our...

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Clyde Snow: The Sherlock Holmes of Bones

Clyde Snow was a forensic anthropologist. Snow earned a degree in zoology, and a doctorate in physical anthropology. After studying rhesus monkeys he went to work for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Snow would...

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Medical and Psychological Anthropology

Aaron Denham is a medical and psychological anthropologist from Australia who is interested mainly in the contextual factors involved with health and well being. He is currently studying the correlation between electronic health records...