Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It | Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It |  Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century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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Lecture 23. Visions of the End: Daniel and Apocalyptic Literature

Lecture 23. Visions of the End: Daniel and Apocalyptic Literature

Professor Christine Hayes: All right, let’s go ahead and get started; there’s a lot to cover. But I want to try to unite a lot of these disparate parts of the Bible, the many small books clustered here at the end that we’ll be considering. I’m going to try to unite them by elaborating certain […]

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Grand Canyon In Depth – 01 – More Than A View

Sutton: GRAND CANYON IS MORE THAN JUST A VIEW, MORE THAN JUST A TWO-DIMENSIONAL LANDSCAPE. THERE ARE SO MANY LESSONS AND WAYS TO EXPLORE GRAND CANYON. IT IS A LABORATORY. IT IS A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM. THE DIVERSITY HERE IS UNPARALLELED. THERE’S A HUGE LANDSCAPE THAT IS JUST BEGGING TO BE EXPLORED, AND IT REALLY JUST […]

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The surprising pattern behind color names around the world

The surprising pattern behind color names around the world

If I showed you this paint chip and asked you to tell me what color it is, what would you say? How about this one? And this one? You probably said blue, purple, and brown — but if your native language is Wobé from Côte d’Ivoire, you probably would have used one word for all […]

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