Unique Festivals in India

Anthropology: Unique Festivals in India Celebrating Culture and Tradition

Festivals or celebrations, by definition, are an expressive way to celebrate glorious heritage, culture and traditions. For centuries, there have been many festivities in India celebrating different cultures and traditions. All the festivals celebrated are unique in their own sense, … Continue reading Anthropology: Unique Festivals in India Celebrating Culture and Tradition

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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Anthropology: Corporate Harm, Strategic Responsibility, and the Environment

Corporate harm is a pervasive and inescapable consequence of modern life. Multinational corporations have increasing freedoms to operate across borders with limited jurisdictional constraints. As such, they have control over vast amounts of wealth and influence. This article explores how … Continue reading Anthropology: Corporate Harm, Strategic Responsibility, and the Environment

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Anthropology: Cultural Significance of Uluru and the Tourist Gaze

As the sun stoops beneath the desert’s enflamed sand blanket, Uluru presents a magnifying beauty; it strikingly protrudes as a natural lightbulb, illuminating Australia’s vast dry landscape with a soft glow. Uluru is a large sandstone formation located in the … Continue reading Anthropology: Cultural Significance of Uluru and the Tourist Gaze

Your Travel Guide to Jamaica; Ancient History, Sociopolitical, and Economic Life

credit: https://britanicca.com Jamaica is an island country in the Caribbean Sea. Spreading 10,990 square miles (4,240 sq mi) in area, it is the third largest island in the Greater Antilles and the Caribbean (after Cuba and Hispaniola). Jamaica lies about … Continue reading Your Travel Guide to Jamaica; Ancient History, Sociopolitical, and Economic Life