A Planet of Apes 

While today, there are only four species of Great Apes left walking the planet today, only of them are bipedal in their form of locomotion, or that they walk on two legs. That would be us, Homo sapiens. This, as well as many other aspects of our lives, bodies, and cultures, make us a special species, possibly the most unique to have ever walked the earth (at least the most successful). But we were not always alone…

Top Nine* Anthropology Podcasts of 2022 (So far…)

*Update* Check out the big news!: Very #exciting #announcement! For some of us, the chase for knowledge is never ending, and the need to learn as much as we can is insatiable. Trust me, I am one of those people, and I understand the importance of balancing modern day life, work, family etc. with academicContinue reading “Top Nine* Anthropology Podcasts of 2022 (So far…)”

Carol V. Ward-Paleoanthropology and the future of Research; The Story of Us Ep: 29

Dr. Carol V. Ward is an exceptional educator and Paleoanthropologist, learn all about her work and what she is doing to move the field forward!

Is that Anthropology? You bet!

In today’s world there are many different things that people can do, from being apart of a maintenance team, to funeral services, to being the CEO of a company.

You would be surprised how much of it is actually related to Anthropology.

Take a look at what I mean!

Did Cooking and Eating Meat Make Us Who We Are Today?

Did Homo erectus’ habit of increased meat eating lead to our body structure, and mental capacities that we have and know of today? A new paper claims perhaps this idea is not as correct as we thought…

The Story of Us Ep #28 Homo naledi and the discovery of Leti with Dr. Juliet Brophy!

Out of the Darkness of Rising Star….comes #Leti, the naledi child!

Join us as we discuss this stunning find with the lead author of one of the two papers about this discovery, Dr. Juliet Brophy!

Top Anthropology Lectures on Youtube in Early 2022 you should watch!

Top Lectures on Youtube Early 2022 Hello everybody!  I hope we are all off to a good start for the new year, can you believe its 2022 already? Amazing how time flies isn’t it? Anyway, to kick off the new year we did something really special, and that of course, if you have not heard,Continue reading “Top Anthropology Lectures on Youtube in Early 2022 you should watch!”

The Oldest Modern Humans are now 36k years older than originally thought!

The oldest known AMH fossils are now even older! Meet Omo 1, our oldest H. sapiens ancestor!