I love the fall season! It’s my favorite time of year. I find that when autumn rolls around my go-to de-stressing activities surround crafting or baking. Yesterday, I found myself a bit on the Read More
Paget's disease is a disorder that affects that bone remodeling process. The bones that are affected will begin producing new bone faster than it should, and the new bone is usually not quality.Read More
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 Read More
The Bones of Fortune: Enslaved In the Cabinet
In the early years of medical practice, it would not have been uncommon for a doctor to have skeletons and other kinds of human remains and soft tissue preserved in their labs and offices. In Read More
In that moment, battered, bruised, limping on one leg, head raised, the hero goes towards the beast, for they have "already come through what they've come to." As do I walk towards 2017...Read More
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 Read More
"While Disney utilizes every media tool and technology to create a very specific cultural experience that evokes the same reaction no matter where you are in the world, Mickey Mouse has also become a symbol Read More
Photos by Dmitri Lovetsky A group of Russian volunteers searching a river bank outside St. Petersburg found the remains of five Soviet soldiers who had died while defending the city during World War II. http://Read More
[Fun App Alert] I Created a Video Game!
…And it was so easy and awesome!! Codarica is a Swedish/ American female led startup that creates apps that are designed to teach computer science fundamentals to kids. “We wanted to build an educational product Read More
Buck the Cubicle series from P2 Photography American, Bruce Gardner, was motivated to learn Dorodango, a Japanese art form in which soil and water are shaped into a delicate shiny sphere. The word doro-dango translates Read More
But is it human, though?
I get news alerts every day all day about a variety of headlines pertaining to anthropology, science, culture and, specifically, skeletal remains. The other day, my friend was watching one of those ‘CSI’, ‘Bones’ types Read More
Last June, I did a post on this magazine, and since then they have launched AND are working on the next issue. Have you checked it out yet?! Order Issue One here! I wanna know Read More
The first dead body I ever touched was my father’s. Incidentally, it also corresponded with my first comparative culture study. But I wouldn’t recognize what I did as such until years later- actually Read More
This Friday, directors Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, and Jeremy Newberger will have the world premiere of their latest film, The Anthropologist, at the largest festival of documentary films in the country, DOC NYC 2015. The Read More
Skeletons found under Afghan Presidential Palace. What Happens Next?
Imagine you are renovating your home, and as you break ground towards your new dream kitchen, you also break into a tomb or two. This happens more often than you might think! It happened just Read More