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New OAC working paper: No collar, no master:
Human-animal relations in Rio’s contested modernization (seminar to follow)
Collaboration, intimacy and revolution. EASA 2014 at Tallinn
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The Monstering of Anthropology:
Why is our dear anti-discipline being demonized these days?
Started by Carna Brkovic in Services and Offers on Sunday.
Started by Noel B. Salazar in Services and Offers Dec 1.
Started by Theodoros Rakopoulos in Services and Offers Nov 29.
The Uniqueness of Humanity examines the human condition through the lens of evolutionary theory. Darwin's work appears to ally evolution with advance, and we are often compelled to place humanity at the top of a hierarchy. Is…
George Bertrand Silberbauer was born on the 19th of March 1931 in Pretoria, South Africa. His father was a farmer who had studied agriculture at Cambridge. He was an only child and did his schooling in Pretoria. He studied at the University of Stellenbosh, doing forestry followed by majors in Zulu, Sotho and African Law and minors in anthropology and Roman Dutch Law. He began military service with the South African Air Force in 1950, first as a navigator and then a pilot flying fighters…
Posted by Kusum Gopal on November 28, 2013 at 7:00am