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Happy belated Labor day all!

I hope you guys have been well. I took a small break from blogging to enjoy some time with my family! 274 more words

Casual

#BlogElul: Day 7 - Be

My second day of #BlogElul, and the word is “Be”.

I decided nearly a year ago that I want to be a rabbi, and this decision still holds firm, but in thinking of how I want the path to that to look is a bit confusing. 303 more words

#BlogElul

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the acceptance of cultural differences in communication were extended to Asperger people!

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click for full article with photos: National Geographic blog PHEMOMENA (edited here for length) 2,121 more words

Asperger's

The Trials and Tribulations of Homo floresiensis: A Quick Introduction

I haven’t wrote about palaeoanthropology much recently, but I have been meaning to write about Homo floresiensis for a while now.  The diminutive hominin, most likely a new… 1,451 more words

Human Osteology

therockstaranthropologist reblogged this on The Rockstar Anthropologist and commented:

A great post about my favorite Hominin!

Back to School

Things have been quiet on the blog front recently. This has mainly been for practical reasons: I moved back to Paris from Washington DC at the beginning of the summer, and since then I have been waiting, quite literally for months, for my internet to be connected. 186 more words

Crossing Disciplinary Lines

Isang Pagsusuri sa Kultura at Wika

The following is the transcript of a report I gave about Culture and Language for my Fil 40 class in the University of the Philippines Diliman. 1,574 more words

Language

Going back to school!

If money had been no object, I’d have gone straight back to university after earning my education degree. I would have pursued a second bachelor degree, this time in cultural anthropology, simply because I loved it. 556 more words