Anthropology of New Caledonia

Anthropology: Exploring the History and Culture of New Caledonia

Have you heard the name New Caledonia? According to the anthropology of New Caledonia, it is a multicultural society that contains majorly European (French) and Melanesians (Kanak). The remainder of the society includes Asian and Polynesian. Though English is spoken … Continue reading Anthropology: Exploring the History and Culture of New Caledonia

Protests in Hong Kong

Protests in Hong Kong: One Country Killing Two Systems in China

The protests in Hong Kong started in June 2019 which was referred to as the Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement, a series of protests against the “Fugitive Offenders amendment bill” by the government of Hong Kong. In this post, I’ll … Continue reading Protests in Hong Kong: One Country Killing Two Systems in China

Cultural Anthropology of Baroque architecture in Austria

Exploring Austria through its Eclectic Art History and Rich Culture

The picturesque sceneries are not the only attraction of the Alpina nation Austria. It’s artistic expression represents the diverse art forms and its rich cultural heritage of the country which has contributed to the world of art immensely. At the … Continue reading Exploring Austria through its Eclectic Art History and Rich Culture

Lingua Franca writing

Linguistic Anthropology of the Mediterranean Lingua Franca

Heavenly and picturesque sceneries are not the only intriguing phenomenon of the Mediterranean region. The linguistic anthropology of an obsolete language is similarly thought-provoking. Therefore, today’s post will discuss the linguistic anthropology of the Mediterranean Lingua Franca which was a … Continue reading Linguistic Anthropology of the Mediterranean Lingua Franca