Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It | Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It |  Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

All right, this is going to be around the one and hopefully the only around of me trying to produce this content. Uh, so hi, been awhile, like quite some time. Um, I’ve lived a very quiet life on the internet, just lurking. Um, and I haven’t produced really much at all for this YouTube […]

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Cultural Anthropolgy MA – ELTE University, Faculty of Social Sciences

Cultural Anthropolgy MA – ELTE University, Faculty of Social Sciences

Budapest is full of life more and more people come here to work study or just to be amazed. The student life is vibrant What’s there to know about our two years Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology? These classes are complemented by region-specific courses focusing on the anthropology of the continents we also offer courses […]

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The Cultural Nature of Crawling

The Cultural Nature of Crawling

Hi everyone, it’s Aradia Wyndham. I’m the baby historian. Today we’re going to talk about the cultural nature of crawling. As an American, crawling is considered a developmental milestone in my culture. As it is in many western cultures, crawling has been given credit for everything from the development of depth perception to strengthening muscles […]

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Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Welcome to the video tutorial section for eHRAF World cultures I’m Alissa Jordan and I’ll be your guide in this video You will learn how to navigate through the culture profile in eHRAF world Cultures first We’ll start at the main page where we find browse cultures click on browse cultures. Let’s say I’m interested […]

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Cross cultural forms of religious (non)commitment

Cross cultural forms of religious (non)commitment

My name is Benjamin Grant Purzycki, and I’m a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. In my view cross-cultural research is absolutely important particularly with respect to making sense of religion. Because for the past century or so we’ve focused almost exclusively on moralistic deities, certain kinds of world religions. We […]

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The Cultural Heritage of Tattooing | Lars Krutak | TEDxYYC

The Cultural Heritage of Tattooing | Lars Krutak | TEDxYYC

Translator: Jerson Partible Reviewer: Denise RQ I am going to start my talk tonight with a few questions to you in the audience, and all that I require is a simple yes answer. First question is or was: do any of you have one or more tattoos? (Audience) Yes! Lars Krutak: Alright, great. Do you […]

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Anthropology: Cultural Resource Management

Anthropology: Cultural Resource Management

hey guys welcome to Field Notes. A few weekends ago the United States celebrated 100 years of national parks. One out of the many gifts the National Parks has given us is CRM or cultural resource management. Today I wanted to talk to you guys about what the heck crm is. Which is possibly just […]

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Why did King Tut have a flat head?

Why did King Tut have a flat head?

We’re here back in the Human Evolution Lab with Dr. Robert Martin, who is curator emeritus of human evolution here at the Field Museum, and today we’re going to be talking about artificial head binding in ancient Egypt! So uh, Bob can you start by telling us a little bit about what artificial head binding […]

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