December 3-7, 2014, Washington, D.C.
Tags » Anthropology
Here is the second installment in this series of writings from my last research trip in Guatemala. As with the previous piece, I wrote this after visiting a shelter for people with disabilities, most of whom had been abandoned by their families. 1,667 more words
Head on over to our Podcasts page and stream the episode or download it for a mind bending journey through the worlds of psychedelics and hallucinogenics, the effects of music on the brain, the human drive for engaging in altered states of consciousness and more with our special guest Ben Gebo! 36 more words
Bampilis, Tryfon. 2013. Greek Whisky. The Globalization of a Global Commodity. Oxford: Berghahn.
As a culinary historian who has made several culinary history trips to Greek venues, I looked forward to learning more about the consumption of alcohol as a dimension of Greek food habits and cuisine. 586 more words
Early this week I published data on National Science Foundation funding for archaeology. This is what that data looks like:
These numbers were based off of the Archaeology, Anthropology (Archaeology-related), Systematic Anthropological Collections and Archaeometry programs of funding. 663 more words
We blog but is anyone actually reading?
Answer: Yes, of course.
We have web stats that let us know that people are reading our posts. The real question I want to look at is what sort of impact our posts actually have on our audiences. 728 more words