The most recent edition of the anthropology blog carnival Four Stone Hearth has been published over at SpiderMonkeyTales, with two main themes accounting for the entries - human evolution and primatology, both of which are inextricably linked, particularly in recent years as the latter field of enquiry continually forces us to reassess exactly what it... Continue Reading →
Although I somehow completely missed this latest Four Stone Hearth in that I didn't even remember it was happening this week, the 80th edition is nevertheless now online at Middle Savagery, so be sure to check it out. The first few entries look at tool use, Ardipithecus ramidus and of course, Neanderthals, without whom no... Continue Reading →
The 36th edition of the Four Stone Hearth anthropology blog carnival is being hosted over at Afarensis, and as ever we are treated to a good and eclectic mix of what's been catching the eyes of various anthro-bloggers this past week or two. Next time round we'll be nipping over to Hot Cup of Joe,... Continue Reading →
Afarensis is hosting the next edition of 4SH, the anthropology blog carnival, and there's still a couple of days in which to send any contributions along - either to here: firstname.lastname@example.org, or direct to the host himself.
The 33rd edition of the anthropology blog carnival Four Stone Hearth is now up and running at Greg Laden, and comes with this recommendation from Greg... This is an exceptionally outstanding set of posts for this or any carnival. I'm sure you will enjoy visiting and reading each and every one of these submissions. He... Continue Reading →