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Download Free March For Science Posters

I designed a few signs that you are welcome to download and use! These posters are optimized for 18×24 inches and are in PDF. I’ll continue to add more as I think of them. Awesome anthro- themed signs will be coming soon! Let’s defend the integrity of science together! **A special version of the “Can’t […]Read More

It’s time for the 2016 Gift Guide

I assembled a few of my favorite things that I purchased/ wanted this year! It’s not a comprehensive list of awesome, but definitely my top picks! I’ll post more of my faves on my Instagram: @RockstarAnthro If you have any items that you just love, share in the comments or tag me on the ‘Gram! […]Read More

Come Have Coffee With Me! And Support Arts Education!

              Join me for The Great Coffee Date Come have coffee with ‘The Rockstar Anthropologist’ and do some good! Tuesday, April 7th, I’ll be spending a couple hours at Daily Press Coffee Shop in Brooklyn, and I would love to chat with you over coffee! If having coffee with […]Read More

5 Really Bad Anthro Movies

Anthropologists have often been portrayed as brave, intelligent, and clever adventurers who infiltrate deep into thought-to-be long lost, untouched, primitive peoples and villages, or skillful explorers who uncover the mysteries of unknown civilizations,  outwit booby traps, or foil the clumsily laid plans of greedy villains. Admittedly, Hollywood takes some liberties and pushes some boundaries, but […]Read More

With a Rebel Yell or a Fist in the Air:

I began singing and dancing very early on in life. It is in no way surprising that my mother, a trained opera singer, and father, a music loving piano player, would have 6 very musical children. We all sang together and many of us played an instrument. At some point or another we all had […]Read More

Bone Pathology: Fused Joints

        This image shows a bony ankylosis (fusion) that has occurred at the right knee. This type of fusion can be the cause of many diseases or trauma in which bone remodeling occurs as part of the healing process. As a result of the remodeling, two or more bones will fuse together.Read More

Bone Pathology: A Look at Osteosarcoma of the Skull

“Osteosarcoma is an aggressive malignant neoplasm arising from primitive transformed cells of mesenchymal origin that exhibit osteoblastic differentiation and produce malignant osteoid.” That is a fancy way of saying BONE CANCER   Osteoblasts are cells  that synthesize, or make, bone. Sometimes, it doesn’t work like it’s supposed to. When there is not enough nutrient minerals, the osteoblast are dysfunctional and the bone doesn’t […]Read More

"How can you believe in God if you believe in

  If you follow me on my Facebook page, you would have seen that this week that I declared this week, “Ask An Anthropologist” week. I thought it would give us a chance to get to know each other, and provide an opportunity to answer questions that I get asked pretty frequently. But then… I got asked […]Read More