Studying anthropology opens our eyes to see the boundless doors of human diversity, which we all encounter throughout our lives.


This website focuses on exploring and understanding different aspects of culture. It covers topics such as art, music, literature, history, and traditions from various countries and regions around the world. The world is divided into Global Villages, here, from which each person can discover their own cultural heritage in newfound ways.

It promotes various educational and informative articles. There are resources, and/or courses for learning how culture functions in many diverse ways. It is a platform for individuals to delve into their own family’s cultural origins and use anthropology knowledge to write their own family stories, with cultural emphases.

Culture Courses

Kids, Culture, Play-i

Kids, Culture, Play-i Kids, Culture, Play-i - Meet Bo above.  It used to be I play, but today it is Play-i.  Have you heard of Bo and Yana?  Neither had I.  How fun to be a kid again!  Check out this link to a Scientific American article about how kids are learning...

Connecting Ethnography to Genealogy Research

The first ethnography I completed was a personal history of my great aunt, Virginia. My family-history writing took on a whole new dimension by connecting ethnography to my genealogy research. 

Costume, Ethnic Dress, or Wearing Culture?

Google recently created 3,000 years of  Wearing Culture.  It is not only about Ethnic Dress, but about the clothes worn every day and for special occasions, celebrations, or traditions. It is definitely not just costumes, or ethnic dress; it truly is about wearing culture.

Irish Cultural Treasure

Irish Cultural Treasure A Statue of O'Carolan, in Nobber, Co Meath, Ireland There is an Irish Cultural Treasure that is little known.  We know quite a bit about St. Patrick, but not much about Turlough O'Carolan, or why there is a statue of O'Carolan in Nobber,...


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