Heard of the East African Association for Paleoanthropology and Paleontology (EAAPP)?

Evolutionary Anthropology has just published a news bit introducing a brand new paleonanthropology group, dubbed the East African Association for Paleoanthropology and Paleontology (EAAPP). The synopsis is written by Kenyan academic Emma Mbua, Ethiopian academic Zeresenay Alemseged (who now works a stone's throw away, from where I live) and American academic René Bobe from the... Continue Reading →

Introducing a new guest blogger, Tasha Spawn

I want to introduce you to a new guest blogger here at Anthropology.net, Tasha Spawn. Tasha is currently a student at University of North Dakota. Her primary anthropological interests are on topics like sexuality, gender, identity, the concept of race, equality, and male/female relationships. In our emails, Tasha expressed that she looks forward to sharing her opinions, hosting... Continue Reading →

Culture does, in fact, optimize

I've been meaning to blog about the really awesome news that Afarensis first broke on the blogosphere for a couple days now. The news he shared is of an upcoming Journal of Archaeological Science paper authored by R. Lee Lyman, Todd VanPool and Michael O'Brien, all of the University of Missouri Anthropology Department, evaluating the... Continue Reading →

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