1) Defines habitat in the framework of O. F. Bollnow's evolution of human space perception and 2) defines architecture in the framework of anthropology and primatology and 3) reconstructs cultural evolution with the parameters of these fields
Whether you investigate the use of mobile phones, Aboriginal paintings, ethnographic displays in museums, cultural properties of artefacts, the role of artefacts in rituals, festivals, history of collections, techniques or new technologies...
A place for students, staff, alumni and friends of the Anthropology Department at Goldsmiths, University of London to organise against the coalition government's slash and burn agenda for higher and further education.
A forum for anthropologists working around sacral geography. A place to engage with relevant texts, post updates on our own written and visual work, conferences, but also just for virtual networking. See More
Nepal is very rich in cultural, linguistic and biological diversties despite its smallness in size. Nepal is supposed to be a paradize for research scholars! In Nepal, anthropology is new discipline, begun in 1970s by the effort of Ernest Gellner.
A group for discussion of all aspects of the anthropology of religion. Discussion can concern cross-cultural analysis, or specific religions. Any other topic tangentially related to religion is also welcome, including folklore studies, etc.
Discuss fieldwork, ethics on methods and tools of the anthropological trade.Every fieldworker has been faced with questions regarding their own work and how they should proceed.This group should also used as an introduction to fieldwork issues.See More