Godless Anthrogeeks


Godless Anthrogeeks

For amateur and professional anthropologists, who enjoy any of the four subfields - archaeology, physical, linguistic or cultural.

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Number line and linear time aren't innate but cultural

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Natalie A Sera Apr 28, 2012. 2 Replies

"God gene:" Are we hardwired for superstition?

Started by Jo Jerome. Last reply by Maruli Marulaki Feb 1, 2012. 8 Replies

Aquatic Ape ... Theory? Hypothesis?

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Comment by Jo Jerome on September 15, 2010 at 5:59pm
From The Onion:

"Archaeologists Unearth Lousiest Civilization Ever."

"From what we've unearthed so far, it appears this pre-Columbian civilization was pretty much just copying what other, more superior groups nearby were doing—albeit to a much shittier degree," Farber said. "They sucked. You should see the useless mess of a calendar these dumbasses came up with."

Though the team excavating the site is rapidly cataloging evidence of the civilization's humiliating shortcomings, sources said it remained uncertain exactly how this society of rejects met its end.

"Our best guess is that these boneheads just lost interest in their completely forgettable culture, wandered off, and accidentally fell into volcanoes or burned to death in one of their ridiculous fire-dance rituals," ... "I think we're probably just going to cover all this back up" Reagan said.
Comment by Jo Jerome on June 21, 2010 at 9:38pm
Tackling my first major Anthropology college project. It's just Intro to Cultural Anthropology, so maybe not that major.

Anyway, it's a short presentation on a culture of our choice. Ever attracted to the difficult path, I'm forgoing the usual Inca, Maya, Masai, and instead doing mine on Somalia as an essentially government-less society.

Ambitious, kind of scary, but digging up some fascinating stuff there! I think I rather like being a budding Anthrogeek!
Comment by Jo Jerome on May 27, 2010 at 12:44am
Tired of being in economic/employment purgatory, I start my first of many classes next week to start knocking out a degree in Cultural Anthropology.

Already have a degree in IT and I can ignore the itch-to-learn no longer. Been working the last two Summers as a U.S. Park Ranger and want to get into Interpretation/Guiding. I know such a degree will help with that, but moreover this is one of those subjects that for me is worth getting the education just for the joy of it.

So... Looking forward to being a card-carrying member of Godless Anthrogeeks!
Comment by Bryanderthal on February 20, 2010 at 11:12am
I've been thinking about that much lately. Paleoprimatology seems like the next logical step in studying our origins.
Comment by Ken on February 19, 2010 at 11:03am
Welcome. Glad to have you. Unfortunately primatology is not my field so I can't help you.
Comment by Alex Hanuman on February 19, 2010 at 10:34am
Hello everyone, I'm an Anthro major at the University of Vermont. Glad to see a group dedicated towards the field! :)

Has anyone here done or currently doing any Primatology work? That's what I'm currently geared towards perusing.
Comment by Diaddy_lil_Freethinker on February 6, 2010 at 2:08pm
Nice to meet ya'll! I'm a student of Anthropology & Archeology. If you have links that you think will help me and interest me, please link me! :)
Comment by Diaddy_lil_Freethinker on February 6, 2010 at 2:06pm
YAY! So glad to find a group that fits me perfectly! :) Awesome!
Comment by Bryanderthal on January 5, 2010 at 10:22pm
Greetings all!

Brandy; If you're looking for a change of scenery try UCCS in Colorado. That's where I'll be transferring to. I think I'd rather be in Austin though...
Comment by Brandy on December 26, 2009 at 4:26pm
After I get my B.A. in Biology, I want to get my Master's in Anthropology. Does anyone have a suggestion for schools?

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