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The human skull that challenges the Out of Africa theory

This is the account of the discovery of a skull that has the potential to change what we know about human evolution, and a suppression and cover-up …

The traits that make human beings unique

We’re all just animals… right? Not so fast, says Melissa Hogenboom, a few things make us different from any other species.<p>"I am become death, the destroyer of worlds." So said the physicist Robert Oppenheimer, who helped to invent the atomic bomb.<p>The two bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in …

Anthropology

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SA's archaeological wonder-sites reveal more of the origins of our unity and diversity

Early modern human cultural interactions investigated through Middle Stone Age tool technologies<p>Two of South Africa's most famous archaeological …

Anthropology

Why Is Anthropology Needed?

When I was an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, the fake major that everyone joked about was underwater basketweaving. I suspect there is …

Tea cultivation in China began earlier than thought

7/04/2015 06:00:00 PM<p>New archaeological discoveries in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, suggest that China may have been cultivating tea plants more than …

What do you say when someone tells you about their mental health diagnosis?

There are plenty of pieces out there, I’ve found, about what not to say. (Example: Do not tell a person experiencing clinical depression to “get over …

Wiltshire house rivalled Stonehenge as a hub for ancient Britons

Pieces of flint tools dropped more than 4,300 years ago on the floor of a house as old as Stonehenge have been laid bare on the edge of Marden Henge, a giant ditch and bank enclosure so buried in rich Wiltshire farmland that it has almost vanished from view.<p>“We’ve over-fetishised Stonehenge for far …

Archaeology