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Pavlov Explains Lingerie

I once attended an underwear-themed all-female bridal shower (not bachelorette party; the bachelorette party was yet to come.) By “underwear themed,” I mean that everyone gave the bride-to-be lingerie, and then we all tittered and pretended to be scandalized as she opened the presents. 566 more words

Field School Packing (Ethnography) advice from Emily Creek

Packing List (Iceland)

Ethnographic field school packing lists depend alot on the location of the field school.

Last summer I went to Malta through Off the Beaten Track  372 more words

Women and work in Indonesia

Researching women’s access to the labor markets is a never-ending theme that seems to widen in a rhizomatic fashion where any question is followed by more questions that bring us back to the very beginning: which women? 717 more words


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Our Children and Other Animals – Unlearning Our Concept of Animals

Posted by Michael Drapper, Marketing Executive

This article originally appeared on Ruby Roth’s We Don’t Eat Animals blog. Ruby’s three illustrated children’s books, That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals… 419 more words


DePaul Lambda Alpha (Zeta Chapter) Induction!

Friday we inducted our new members to Lambda Alpha, the National Anthropology Honors Society! Congrats to:

  • Morgan
  • Jackie
  • Maggie
  • Brittany
  • Tara (not pictured)
  • Chris (not pictured)
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To Iceland(ia)


My name is Emily, I am a third year cultural anthropology student.
This summer I’m heading out to ICELAND for an anthropology study abroad hosted by Prof. 213 more words

Humans Relied on Rainforest Riches 12,000 Years Earlier Than Thought

Fossil remains suggest that prehistoric people in Sri Lanka may have eaten monkeys and other forest species

Rainforests may not have stayed pristine for as long as scholars had assumed. 664 more words

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