Dear whomever it may concern, I am writing to you as the Biological Anthropology Outreach Officer of the Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour. Please may you forward the following to relevant email lists: **** The Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour is now calling for submissions for its next issue. (Deadline: May 15th, 2023). CJHB isContinue reading “Call for Undergraduate Submissions: Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour”
Category Archives: Paleoanthropology
Call for Reviewers and Editors—Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Dear whomever it may concern, The Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour is now calling for reviewers and editors to join the team! CJHB is an interdisciplinary, international journal that publishes the best undergraduate work from a variety of disciplines including psychology, biological and socio-cultural anthropology, and natural sciences. All our reviewers and editors are (andContinue reading “Call for Reviewers and Editors—Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour”
Paleoanthropology-2022 in Review, Top Discoveries
Well! Here we are at the end of the year, and what a year it was! We had so many incredible discoveries that there is not one video to cover it all! But I decided to make a video of what I thought were some of the top discoveries in Paleoanthropology in 2022. Buckle, andContinue reading “Paleoanthropology-2022 in Review, Top Discoveries”
Top Five Paleoanthropology Discoveries of 2022
Remember, there is always more to learn! Paleoanthropology is the study, of the need for knowledge, of our deep shared human origins. Where do we come from? It is often a question that many of us find ourselves asking from time to time. For some, the answer is in religion, and if that works forContinue reading “Top Five Paleoanthropology Discoveries of 2022”
Skulls with Seth Episode Three-Zinj
Episode Three- Zinj ZInj, also known as the Nutcracker Man, or more properly Zinjanthropus Bosei or Australopithecus Bosei, is a species that lived about two million years ago. With a lifestyle and diet extraordinarily different from our own, this is a unique hominin still struggling to find its place among our braided family stream. ButContinue reading “Skulls with Seth Episode Three-Zinj”
Homo habilis: KNM-ER 1814 Skulls with Seth!
Today on this episode of Skulls with Seth, we will discuss the first of the Homo genus. Homo habilis! This is an enigmatic species that has caused a great deal of controversy surrounding it but has found itself safely nestled as the first of our genus. We will be examining the skull of KNM-ER 1813,Continue reading “Homo habilis: KNM-ER 1814 Skulls with Seth!”
A Neanderthal Family Discovered!
Have we now discovered an actual #Neadnerthal #Family? It seems so! So what are the implications, and what was found? #Paleoanthropology
Who, or What, was “Dragon Man”?
The mysterious skull of the now well-known “Dragon Man” was discovered in China in the 1930s and hidden in a well until it was rediscovered and shown to scientists in 2018. There is so much mystery and so many things that we need to learn about this skull, and we are just beginning. Could itContinue reading “Who, or What, was “Dragon Man”?”
Toumaï takes the Crown Once Again! The First Bipedal Hominin!
*Join the discussion on Academia.edu * For decades now, there has been a tenacious argument on who the first bipedal hominid was. There are a few contenders, dating to around 6.5-7 mya, While there has been a great deal of controversy, new analysis may shed light on who the first biped in our family streamContinue reading “Toumaï takes the Crown Once Again! The First Bipedal Hominin!”
Yves Coppens, Yet Another Lost This Year, Rest In Peace.
Another sad day in which I have to report on another loss in our world.
Last night news spread that Yves Coppens passed away, he lived a full and exciting life, and we wish his family the best.
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