Index

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Afán por saber
Comentarios sobre aspectos interesantes y sorprendentes del mundo que nos rodea, poniendo la ciencia al alcance de todos
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Animals and Us
Animals and Us focuses on the new inter-disciplinary science of anthrozoology - the study of human attitudes, behaviors, and relationships with other species. Most posts discuss empirical studies related to the psychology, evolution, and moral complexities of human-animal interactions.
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Anthropology in Practice
Anthropology in Practice (AiP) is designed to bring anthropology to the general public. It lays bare the relationships we have to each other and the world by drawing on practical, everyday events to explain anthropological theory
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Anthropology in Practice
No summary available for this site.
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Anthrozoologist Real Gosling
Hey Girl, the internet’s boyfriend has some downy, adorable competition. It's meme, science, human-animal studies, geese & Ryan Gosling. The mission of Anthrozoologist Real Gosling is to provide anthrozoological news and tidbits in an accessible, fun, silly (but smart) way.
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Australian Aboriginal Astronomy Project
The Aboriginal Astronomy Project is a collaboration between researchers across Australia who are studying the astronomical knowledge and traditions of Indigenous Australians, centered in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
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Beauty in the Bones
A curiosity for all things bony
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Bones and Skulls
Recent zooarchaeology PhD graduate blogging about the past, the present and the future.
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Bones Don't Lie
Current News in Mortuary Archaeology and Bioarchaeology
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Castles and Coprolites
Miscellaneous musings and on academia and archaeology, especially geoarchaeology and archaeological science
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Closer - Anthropology of Muslims in Europe
Research, fieldnotes and commentary related to (debates on) Muslims in Europe.
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Context and Variation
This blog covers women's reproductive physiology (ladybusiness), the menstrual cycle, evolutionary medicine, human behavior, and biological anthropology.
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Context and Variation
No summary available for this site.
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Darwinian Demon
What are the ecological and evolutionary implications of human dominance? Understanding the Anthropocene based on human ecological nature.
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Emma Cooper's blog
The latest blog posts from Emma Cooper, on botany, horticulture, agriculture and environmental science. To access the archives, go to emmacooper.org/blog
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hazelnut relations
I am a PhD student at the university of Zürich, Switzerland. Next to this I am involved in some other small research and field projects. My research concerns the Mesolithic – Neolithic transition in (Pre-)Alpine Central Europe. It is based on microscopic use-wear analyses of Late Mesolithic chipped stone artefacts from the site Arconciel/La Souche, Switzerland and Lutter/St. Joseph, France. I mostly write about this project here, but also about other bits of archaeology, more or less related to the PhD and my other archaeological and scientific interests and involvements, especially alpine archaeology.
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Human
No summary available for this site.
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Intercultural Health
A place for information and discussion of evidence in intercultural health. Cultural diversity has an impact on public health and management of health services.
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Jaakko Stenros
game researcher, player, writer - University of Tampere, Finland
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John Hawks Anthropology Weblog
Paleoanthropology, evolution and genetics
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KnowledgeNuts
The Difference Between Chimps and Bonobos
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Laboratory for Evolutionary Endocrinology
This is the site for the Laboratory for Evolutionary Endocrinology at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois. We post news, research and updates about our lab.
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Mick Morrison
The purpose of this blog is to bring together the various strands that compromise my professional activities and interests. I post here when I can and focus on three main areas: * my research and teaching interests, which mostly concern pre- and post-contact Indigenous archaeology and cultural heritage management (CHM); * new research, conferences and publications that have some relevance to those interested in archaeology and CHM in Australia; * new tools, software applications, websites and methods that have some relevance to doing archaeology or CHM.
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Neuroanthropology
Neuroanthropology. Sometimes it’s straight-up neuroscience, sometimes it’s all anthropology, most of the time it’s somewhere in the middle. Greg is the cultural guy, now interested in bio stuff. Daniel is the bio guy, now interested in cultural stuff. Or, to say it differently, Greg does capoiera, mixed martial arts, and rugby. Daniel does alcohol, drugs, and video games. Two very different styles of recreation.
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Powered by Osteons
A blog about archaeology, bioanthropology, and the classical world.
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Raphael Susewind
Exploring Muslim belonging, the ambivalence of the sacred and electoral politics in India
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Smells Like Science
Smells Like Science is a free-ranging science blog that takes an exciting and approachable look at all sorts of stories from the world of science.
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Symbiology
interactions between unlike organisms
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The Advanced Apes
The Advanced Apes is a blog and channel dedicated to science education and popularization.
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The Cultural Niche
On the intersection between evolution, cognition, and culture.
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