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AnthroWorks Meet & Greet

We’ll be having a session tomorrow for anyone wanting to join the club–there will be food, games, awkward ice breakers, and our lovely crew meeting you! 13 more words

Who is Anthro in the Works?

Anthropology in the Works is a student organization at Boston University. Anthro in the Works is dedicated to broadening students’ eyes to what anthropology is and what they can truly succeed through it, both socially and in their academic or career goals. 68 more words

Osteological and Forensic Books of Interest

I’ve been reading Doug’s latest blog series on archaeological publishing with increasing interest.  I’ve recently ordered a copy of Mary E. Lewis’s 2007 publication The Bioarchaeology of Childhood: Perspectives  from Biological and Forensic Anthropology… 1,642 more words

Human Osteology

Identifying Human Teeth: The Premolars

Folklore holds that one way to stop a vampire in its tracks is to spill a sack of grain across its path. Purportedly, the creature’s visceral obsession with counting will take hold, forcing it to crouch down and compulsively count every single grain before continuing on its way. 407 more words

Osteology

BABAO Online Forum Goes Live Today

The British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology have produced an online forum for both members and members of the public to join and discuss topics relating to biological anthropology and osteoarchaeology.   326 more words

Human Osteology

My third year of university started this past week. This semester I am taking English: The Literature of our Era, Anthropology: Tech & Culture, Visual Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, and Technology & Society. 434 more words

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Primate Studies Field School

Check out this primate studies field school run by the University of Arizona:

http://primatefieldschool.arizona.edu/

“This four-week primate studies field school is based in Rwanda, one of Central East Africa’s most progressive countries and home to a high diversity of monkeys and apes, including the famed mountain gorilla.  55 more words