- Beyond the Valley of the Mastodons and a Visit from Channel 8
- Horse Toe Bones and 14,000 Year Old Human Shit
- Happy International Museum Day!!
- End of a Chapter
- Visit Cahokia
- Student Research Posters, Part 2
- Student Research Posters, Part 1
- Appreciate Your Museums While They’re Around
- Suzanne Eckert Lecture; Telling their story through clay
- Bison antiquus… in 3D!
- Near Fort Sumner, New Mexico Next Week? Why not visit the Bosque Redondo Memorial for some food and history?
- Can We expect to Find Ice-Age Artifacts in the Newly Melting Ice?
- Pleistocene Pecans (Carya illinoinensis)
- Preprint of 3D Data Paper for Clovis Artifacts from the Gault Site available on SocArXiv — SELDEN3D
- Preprint of 3D Data Paper for Clovis Artifacts from Blackwater Draw National Historic Landmark available on SocArXiv — SELDEN3D
- Solar Astronomy at Stonehenge — Wessex Guided Tours
- Reality of Climate Fluxuation
- Heinrich Events Caused Annual Mass Whale Strandings during the Pleistocene and early Holocene
- 3D Clovis Wrench, Shaft Straightener or Rope Tool — selden3d
- 3D Clovis Blade Core from Kincaid Shelter — selden3d
- In Memoriam: James J. Hester
- Agate Basin Points from Blackwater Draw NHS
- The smoking gun ‘proving ancient man killed woolly mammoth 45,000 years ago’
- Smilodon Tracks in Argentina
- Shelf Life, Part 1
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Category Archives: anthropology
Standard-Bearer in Evolution Fight Eugenie C. Scott Fights the Teaching of Creationism in Schools http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/03/science/eugenie-c-scott-fights-the-teaching-of-creationism-in-schools.html?smid=pl-share
POPATH Hot Buttered Humanity With a subtitle like that, I’m either going to love it or hate it. I love it. It’s as eclectic as the mind of an anthropologist. Check it out. “PopAnth translates anthropological discoveries for popular consumption. … Continue reading
NO, this is not a blog about pandas. Hopefully, most scientists will recognize the reference. When I saw the title, I actually thought this was a Stephen Jay Gould tribute site. Turns out that this is a great summation of … Continue reading
This statement will make me sound old, but there was a sharp turning point in learning and the acquisition of knowledge in scholarly circles that, even now, we are just beginning to feel the full effect. When the internet was … Continue reading
(Not my original work: from Southern Fried Science) 10 Tips for grad students to make the most of a scientific conference By David Shiffman, on August 21st, 2013 I just returned from the Society for Conservation Biology’s International Congress for … Continue reading
a.k.a. evolution. It’s not all that scary or controversial until someone with a stake in your ignorance makes it that way. From Understanding Evolution: “Unfortunately, many people have persistent misconceptions about evolution. Some are simple misunderstandings—ideas that develop in the … Continue reading
1936: Portales Daily News. Note that there was no “Clovis” cultural group yet…\ Click HERE for the pdf, with bonus Coronado article OR link below: https://theclovissite.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/pdn1936.pdf
Prehistory Day was successful, due to an excellent turnout, helpful volunteers, and great weather. A special thanks goes out to the members of Mu Alpha Nu and their friends for helping out again this year. Nearly 300 people turned out … Continue reading
From the Archaeology News Network: Past climate change varied remarkably between regions. This is demonstrated in a new study coordinated by the international Past Global Changes (PAGES) project, which reconstructed temperature over the past 1000 to 2000 years. During the … Continue reading
Annalisa is a blogging archaeologist and artist living in Alaska. This is a reblog of her SAA poster from this year. Check out her Tumblr which contains many good archaeology bits as well as other interests from her life.
I feel we are in a constant struggle with BAD journalism… from the local paper to Smithsonian Magazine to the History Channel, we constantly fight to print real information. Catch phrases, bad researchers, political lobbyists and other liars confuse the … Continue reading