General
epub |eng | | Author:Esther Harding

1 M. E. Harding, The Way of All Women (New York, 1933). 2 Harding, op. cit., “The Ghostly Lover”. 10 PRIESTS AND PRIESTESSES OF THE MOON The religious practices observed ...
( Category: General April 6,2017 )
epub |eng | 2016-05-13 | Author:Lynne Kelly

Skara Brae For over 4000 years, sand covered the tiny village of Skara Brae, preserving it in near perfect condition. It was only exposed in 1850 during a severe winter ...
( Category: Australia & New Zealand March 22,2017 )
epub |eng | 2016-08-08 | Author:Johan Norberg

7 Literacy The mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting. Plutarch1 When Lasse Berg and Stig Karlsson met the poor agricultural worker Bhagant in ...
( Category: General March 22,2017 )
epub, azw3 |eng | 2016-12-01 | Author:Michael Allen Fox [Fox, Michael Allen]

The singularity of this perception comes from the notion that home is not a place at all, even though it has the durability of a ‘solid shelter’ made of bricks. ...
( Category: Residential March 22,2017 )
mobi |eng | 2011-01-29 | Author:Cremo, Michael A. & Thompson, Richard L. [Cremo, Michael A.]

Terra Amata The Terra Amata site is located on the Mediterranean coast of southern France. There, in the late 1960s, French anthropologist Henry de Lumley found oval patterns of post ...
( Category: General March 5,2017 )
epub |eng | | Author:Tracy L. Kivell, Pierre Lemelin, Brian G. Richmond & Daniel Schmitt

Historically, the functional significance of many of these proposed adaptations has been difficult to isolate and assess. However, advances in technology are enabling researchers to quantify the biomechanics of stone ...
( Category: General February 25,2017 )
epub |eng | 2016-02-25 | Author:Leonard Shlain

*A recurring choice among a diverse range of cultures was the bear. †The senators who conspired to assassinate Julius Caesar agreed to strike simultaneously. For the same reasons, firing squads ...
( Category: Feminist Theory February 24,2017 )
epub |eng | | Author:Su'ad Abdul Khabeer

It’s Complicated Theorizing through the ’hoodjab, I hold that Muslim Cool is a technology of racial-religious performativity that constructs and “shores up” social identity. The ’hoodjab marked my teachers’ identities ...
( Category: African-American Studies February 24,2017 )
epub |eng | 2011-11-16 | Author:Shryock, Andrew & Daniel Lord Smail

KIN RECOGNITION Humans do not find it particularly difficult to distinguish kin from nonkin. Family ties validated and reinforced through language usually make clear who is related to whom. But ...
( Category: General November 17,2016 )
epub |eng | 2012-11-15 | Author:Craig, Sienna R.

HOLY WATER AND POLLUTING FLOWERS My watch says 8:30 A.M., though cool early morning light has just overtaken Lhasa’s night sky. Thousands of miles from Beijing, we are still on ...
( Category: General November 16,2016 )
epub |eng | 2016-09-24 | Author:Tylor, Edward Burnett; [Edward Burnett Tylor]

Dooe saltee 2d. due soldi. Tray saltee 3d. tre soldi. Quarterer saltes 4d. quattro soldi. Chinker saltee 5d. cinque soldi. Say saltee 6d. sei soldi. Say oney saltee or setter ...
( Category: Cultural September 25,2016 )
epub |eng | 2016-04-07 | Author:Fay Bound Alberti [Bound Alberti, Fay]

7 Tongue-Tied? From Nagging Wives to a Question of Taste That skull had a tongue in it and could sing once. How the knave jowls it to the ground, as ...
( Category: General September 9,2016 )
epub, mobi |eng | 2016-08-29 | Author:Tom Wolfe

c By extending generative grammar to sign language, the editors supported some of Chomsky’s theories but disagreed with others. Chapter V What the Flycatcher Caught By 2005, Noam Chomsky was ...
( Category: Cultural September 5,2016 )
epub |eng | 2013-12-10 | Author:Vaughan, Terry A. & Ryan, James M. & Czaplewski, Nicholas J. [Vaughan, Terry A.]

FIGURE 21-25 Mean blubber and core body temperatures for a harp seal (Phoca groenlandica) resting in 1°C to 2°C water and in water at 23°C to 24°C. In cold water, ...
( Category: General August 12,2016 )
epub |eng | | Author:Robert Moor

* * * I. “Champion,” also called “champaign,” is an antiquated term for open, level country. It has the same root as “campus.” II. When the Cherokees were forced to ...
( Category: Nature Writing & Essays July 19,2016 )