A ruins of a building, overlooking the ocean.

A Travel Guide to Poldark Filming Locations in Cornwall, South West England

Introduction Although Aidan Turner may melt hearts with his portrayal of Captain Ross Poldark. There’s something even more appealing that catches the eye of those who watch the popular BBC drama TV series Poldark, Cornwall. The 18th century period drama … Continue reading A Travel Guide to Poldark Filming Locations in Cornwall, South West England

A group of fans supporitng England as part of English footballing culture

Anthropology: The Cultural Significance of Football in England and Its Influence on English Identity

Football is a religion in England, it is much more than a mere sport. Similar to how Americans have American football and Indians have cricket, the English have football. In spite of football gaining widespread popularity over the years, with … Continue reading Anthropology: The Cultural Significance of Football in England and Its Influence on English Identity

Borough Market

Anthropology: Take a Stroll Through Borough Market, the Oldest Food Market in London

The oldest market in London, Borough Market has existed as far back as the 11th century selling grains, fish and produce close to the London Bridge. In the 13th century, the market moved to Borough High Street and closed for … Continue reading Anthropology: Take a Stroll Through Borough Market, the Oldest Food Market in London

Political Anthropology: Hans Kohn on the Birth and Development of English Nationalism

According to most authors of the topic, the ideology of nationalism is a product of modernity, the glue that binds the people of a group together after the fall of the more traditional forms of unity, such as church and … Continue reading Political Anthropology: Hans Kohn on the Birth and Development of English Nationalism