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

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The Mythical Origins of the African Goddesses in West African Societies

African Goddesses and West African societies is an exploration of African religion for the sake of understanding what African Goddesses are and how Western African societies relate to them. In this post I explore the existence of African Goddesses, which … Continue reading The Mythical Origins of the African Goddesses in West African Societies

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Anthropology: Board Games and Their Evolution Through Time and Space

Who doesn’t love board games? The perfect combination of luck and skill that inevitably boils over into an argument. But, even before rulebook debates, board games have been entertaining us. For thousands of years, board games have been developed all over the world. Across civilizations and centuries, board games have been an integral part of society. Continue reading Anthropology: Board Games and Their Evolution Through Time and Space

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Anthropology: History and Culture of Ancient Nubian Civilization to Modern Day

Egyptian history has received global recognition for being one of the oldest civilizations to grow. However, the cultural significance surrounding the Egyptian region has become slightly overlooked by many. One of the most noteworthy historical enrichments to observe is the … Continue reading Anthropology: History and Culture of Ancient Nubian Civilization to Modern Day