Random chocolate cake dish recipe created in the United Kingdom. Overall highlight European Christmas festivity.

European Christmas Recipes and Dishes That Emulate Festivity

With Christmas near upon us, many celebrate the festivity with grand anticipation. In this entry, we discover European Christmas Recipes and Dishes that are celebrated and emulated with pride.   History of Christmas and Pre-Christianized Europe Festivities The first Christmas in Europe … Continue reading European Christmas Recipes and Dishes That Emulate Festivity

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Anthropology: Exploration of the ‘Invisible’ Epidemic of Human Trafficking Around the World

Human trafficking is a problem that is ‘unseen’, complex, and dynamic, with various social implications. Every year, thousands of men, women, and children become victims of human trafficking, for the purposes of being forced for labor or sexual exploitation. Human … Continue reading Anthropology: Exploration of the ‘Invisible’ Epidemic of Human Trafficking Around the World

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Anthropology: A Historical Overview of the NFL and Its Powerful Influence on American Culture

The historical backdrop of the National Football League has roots crossing as far back as 1892 when previous Yale All-American gatekeeper William Heffelfinger was paid $500 by the Allegheny Athletic Association to play in a game against the Pittsburgh Athletic … Continue reading Anthropology: A Historical Overview of the NFL and Its Powerful Influence on American Culture

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Urban Dictionary: Overview of Its Origin, Impact, and the Name Trend

You must have heard of the name trend that has seen people become fascinated by the definitions of their names. Unlike most word references, the Urban Dictionary, founded in 1999 by Aaron Peckham as a publicly supported word reference for … Continue reading Urban Dictionary: Overview of Its Origin, Impact, and the Name Trend

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Anthropology: Unwrapping the Layers of a Cultural Christmas and Gift Exchange

Understanding the anthropology of a cultural Christmas offers diverging perspectives on the festive holiday. More than just a distinct day in the December calendar, Christmas time illuminates cultural values that tell endless stories about our society and what we adore. … Continue reading Anthropology: Unwrapping the Layers of a Cultural Christmas and Gift Exchange

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Anthropology: Overview of the Concept of ‘Intersectionality’

Intersectionality is a term that has become more popular in recent years. The awareness of it has been steadily growing. Despite this, the concept of intersectionality remains confusing to many people. The idea behind the concept is complex. Social categorizations … Continue reading Anthropology: Overview of the Concept of ‘Intersectionality’

Anthropology: The Birth of Colonialism in Africa and Modern Day Challenges

In the history of Africa, colonialism engraved the crucial points linked to anthropology. African independence started mostly about 1960, paving the path to sustainability after years of heavy pressure. Ghana was the first country that announced independence from Great Britain … Continue reading Anthropology: The Birth of Colonialism in Africa and Modern Day Challenges