Lifnei iver per H. Friedman (accessed today) refers to deceptive accounting / auditing practices, indeed. Generally, stumbling blocks functionally preventing individuals from obtaining the enlightenment of […]
Bruun, Henrik & Richard Langlais. 2003. “On the Embodied Nature of Action.” Acta Sociologia. 46(1): 31-49.
Dismantles Giddens old ideas a bit.
Reconceives relationship between intention and causality […]
Loveday, Roy. “Where have all the Neolithic houses gone? Turf – an invisible component.” Scottish Archaeological Journal. 28(2): 81-104.
Methodology interesting? Too much historical extrapolation onto […]
Bradley, Richard. “Deaths and Entrances: A Contextual Analysis of Megalithic Art.” Current Anthropology.
Transition from Meso to Neolithic in Brittany: little pressure to adopt domestic plants and animals […]
Rizvi, Uzma. “Creating Prehistory and Protohistory: Constructing Otherness and Politics of Contemporary Indigenous Populations in India.”
violence of classification (in India)
“contemporary state continues […]
Hudson, Mark J. et al. 2012. “Prospects and challenges for an archaeology of global climate change.” WIRE Clim Change.
archaeology has the capacity to reduce distance, and therefore reduce uncertainty.
My mother is in the car. My father is at the post office, which is housed in a building indistinguishable from the businesses in the rest of this strip mall. I am at Trader Joe’s, or, as my mother called it until […]
Richard Lemarchand, Associate Professor at University of California, provides an excellent overview of open-ended play and connects studies of play to other disciplines and behaviors beyond games. The overview […]
Madeline Sorel has a Master of Arts Education degree from Brooklyn College. She has taught Illustration at Kingsborough Community College since 2001 as well as teaching art courses at Queens College. Madeline has […]
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