A memorial dedicated to George Floyd

Anthropology: The Sociocultural Impact of Black Lives Matter in the UK

Black people’s position in the Western world has been nothing short of a dystopian nightmare. Despite there being countless laws, policies and even social mores protecting the rights of all people, the year 2020 raised global concerns about the extent … Continue reading Anthropology: The Sociocultural Impact of Black Lives Matter in the UK

The Pitt Rivers Museum is a museum displaying the archaeological and anthropological collections of the University of Oxford in England. The museum is located to the east of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, and can only be accessed through that building.

Anthropology: An Analysis of Depression in Individualistic Compared to Collectivistic Societies

What Is Culture? Culture is an umbrella term for the ‘way of life of groups of people, meaning the way they spend their lives. Culture includes the way people dress up, the type of food they like, how people manage their mutual relationships. … Continue reading Anthropology: An Analysis of Depression in Individualistic Compared to Collectivistic Societies

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: A Closer Look Into UK’s Institutional Culture

In the whirlwind of global events occurring this past year, the news cycle has had much to write about. In the midst of a pandemic, economic crisis and further civil unrest, there lies the story of Meghan Markle. She and her husband Prince Harry faced detrimental treatment by the hands of the British Crown. Many noticed that the aggressive distaste towards Markle had underlying racial motives. A well publicized tell all interview given by the pair and released to the public early this year. It set the stage in the media for the much larger conversation about the culture of … Continue reading Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: A Closer Look Into UK’s Institutional Culture