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African Studies: Cultural & Physical Anthropology

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Title and brief description

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Cultural Anthropology
Category Portal

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Physical Anthropologye
Category Portal

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General Anthropology Resources and Lists
Category Portal

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Anthropologists Find 4.5 Million-year-old Hominid Fossils In Ethiopia
Category Science News

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African Anthropology
Category Educational website

0006

Cultural anthropology
Category Research website

0007

Violence and survival in Ethiopia: A comparative anthropology of the Suri people
Category Article

0008

Physical Anthropology Links
Category Portal

0009

The Laboratory of Physical Anthropology (1976 - Present)
Category Research website

0010

Anthropology of Ethiopia
Category Article

0011

Anthropologist challenges species identification of ancient child skeleton found in Ethiopia
Category Article

0012

Anthropology Digital Library
Category Portal

0013

Early human occupation of the Red Sea coast of Eritrea during the Last Interglacial
The fossil record points to Africa as the origin of anatomically modern humans, approximately 130,000 years before the present. Evidence of Homo sapiens has been found throughout the continent; however, until recently there was little to no reliable evidence that humans were living along the coast at this time. The lack of evidence is in part due to the fact that the African coastline has changed dramatically since the Pleistocene.
Category Research website

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Paleolithic Research on the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea
The specific goals of the project are: 1) to excavate Middle Stone Age (MSA) and Late Stone Age (LSA) sites along the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea that were documented by a pilot survey in May 20051; 2) to describe the geological context and spatial distribution of artifacts; 3) to map lithic raw material sources so that they can be integrated into models of industrial variability; 4) to characterize the variability of lithic and faunal remains at MSA and LSA sites; 5) to refine the chronology of the sites. Fieldwork has commenced in spring 2006 at the Asfet site on the southwest coast of the Gulf of Zula
Category Research website

0015

Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed, Anthropology in the Sudan: reflections by a Sudanese anthropologist.(Book Review)
Category Book

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Anthropologist digs ancient Sudan bones
Category Somali heritage website

0017

Anthropology and the Civilizing Mission in Colonial Sudan
Category Research

0018

Ancient Africa from the beginnings BC / BCE
Category Portal

0019

Bibliography for the Study of Magic Witchcraft and Religion
Category Bibliography

0020

The Anthropology of Islam
Category Research

0021

Anthropology of Religion
Category Portal

0022

Cultural Anthropology Links
Category Portal

0023

Cultural anthropology: Library Resources
Category Educational website

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Anthropology Article Databases
Category Database

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Physical Anthropology Resources
Category Portal

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Physical Anthropology Sites on the Internet
Physical Anthropology is the field of study concerned with the morphology and genetics of early homo sapiens. The evolution and adaptations of humans over the past half dozen million years is of study interest
Category Portal

0027

AAPA Statement on Biological Aspects of Race
Category Article

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Anthropological Theories
Category Educational website

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Cultural Anthropology: Theories
Category Educational website

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Anthropological Theory

CategoryIntute website

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