What is National Sorry Day? National Sorry Day brings Australians together to commemorate the survivors of a dark time in Australian History. Officially known as the National Day of Healing, this holiday allows everyone to discuss the experiences of members … Continue reading How does National Sorry Day Reflect the Reality of Australian Aboriginal People’s Lives?
Globalization, or the process by which goods, services, and ideas develop international influence, has undoubtedly affected the nutritional values of food globally. In the realm of nutrition, globalization influences supply chains and available food products. Migration and the global expansion … Continue reading Nutritional Value Adjustments Resulting from Globalization Processes
Colonial states have had the effect of creating nationalisms which, although based on rejection against the colonial power, tend to claim the land of the new nation-state. In the Arab world, anti-colonial rejection has been immense and, at least in … Continue reading Political Anthropology: Post-Colonial Effects on the Origin of Algerian Nationalism
The Pitt Rivers Museum, founded in 1884, is one of the most famous museums of anthropology, ethnography, and archaeology in the world. Once described as a “cultural cornucopia”, its gallery presents a range from religious objects to weapons, textiles, divinity … Continue reading The Pitt Rivers Museum: Is Decolonization on the Way?
What do you want to happen to your remains when you pass away? Many people wish for their bodies to be buried in classic funerals. Others would prefer to be cremated and have their ashes kept by their family members … Continue reading Anthropology: Ethical Considerations and Cases of Displaying Human Remains
The native Filipina plays a larger role in the modern world than you think. Continue reading Anthropology: The Role of the Pre-Colonial Filipina in the Philippines