Masks as Therapy
Masks as Therapy, and the practice of artistic mask making, such as the Northwest Coast Indian mask above, is apparently not new.
Dolls of Nagoro
Dolls of Nagoro are like dolls you have never seen before. You can’t buy them in a toy store or over the internet.
I love Blue Jeans, but I have not thought much about their cultural or sociological interpretation. Since my university days, I have been an avid Blue Jeans wearer.
Was Jesus Real?
Was Jesus Real? An anthropology professor once suggested to my class that Jesus of Nazareth probably did not exist because, “There is no evidence, beyond the Biblical a
Unique Cultural Traditions
The first month of the New Year is nearly half over, and 12th Night (Europe), La Paradura del Nino (Venezuela), and Julian Christmas (Ukraine) are long gone.
Blackfeet Culture/Buffalo Hunting
Blackfeet Culture/Buffalo Hunting is about subsistence practices of buffalo hunting.
The Pazyryk Culture was featured in an article in the Siberian Times when the archaeological finding of a 2,500 year old tomb yielded the remains of a 25-year old woman with
The Written Word
The written word is something we take for granted everyday; but in war-ravaged parts of the world, the written word is in grave danger.
Health & Culture
Health & Culture have always been connected. They are connected in so many ways; ways that we are usually unaware of.
I am “in love” with a 9,000 year-old man! Kennewick Man! Well, okay, I’m really interested in his legal struggles, which I have been following for over a de