Introducing A New Guest Blogger, Matthew Magnani

I'm excited to introduce, Matthew Magnani, as a new guest blogger here at Anthropology.net. Matthew is now a junior at Binghamton University, with interests in biological anthropology and archaeology. He plans to pursue a PhD in archaeology or paleoanthropology, revolving in some way around Neandertals. This last summer he did field work at an Upper... Continue Reading →

A New Homo erectus (Zhoukoudian V) Brain Endocast From China – Free to Access

As mentioned previously, the Royal Society are celebrating 350 years of publication, and in recognition of this they are offering free access to a vast number of papers, both past and present - indeed the current edition of the Proceedings of the Royal Society B (Biological Sciences) treats us to a Special Issue 'Recent advances... Continue Reading →

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