The pressures of group living were the primary selective pressures driving human evolution. Discuss.

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(Author: Gabrielle) One of the most important elements in human evolution is the expansion overtime of the brain size. Different hypotheses explain why human beings developed such an energy-eating feature. This essay provides… Continue reading

Canterbury Archaeological Trust has uncovered a human skeleton during an excavation. They have asked you to analyze the bones and teeth. What type of osteological information can you provide them with?

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Canterbury Archaeological Trust has uncovered a human skeleton during an excavation.  They have asked you to analyze the bones and teeth.  What type of osteological information can you provide them with? (Author: Andrea)… Continue reading

Do non-human Primates have Culture?

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Foundations of Human Culture Do non-human Primates have Culture? (Author: Anonymous) Marker’s Comment: Attempt made at referencing, see department website for referencing guide and using correct Harvard Style. You must reference every statement,… Continue reading

Photo’s – TRIBE’s trip to the Horniman

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TRIBE, a set on Flickr.

Seminar – Education

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Just came out of a seminar, the content of which i will unravel in the next few days. It was on the topic of the ‘the Future of Ethnography’. But those less Anthropologically… Continue reading

Nugget of day – the giant that slumbers in Dover

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Went for a walk along the white cliffs of dover. Theres a forgetten english folktale that tells of the white chalk giant that resides there. When england is in peril and her shores… Continue reading

Education as a Commons

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We have started this new series as the topic of education and academia was where the previous series (Elephant) left off. Also due to the present financial circumstances in the UK (whether you… Continue reading

Managing Local and Global Commons

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A talk hosted by School of Commoning: The School of Commoning is dedicated to enable people and organisations to deepen their understanding of and participation in local and global global commons. These aspirations are… Continue reading

Learning Education

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Welcome to the first session in the Autumn 2011 TRIBE sessions. The topic is ‘Learning Education’. The first session on Thursday October 6th is an ‘Introduction to Education’, via a remix of videos… Continue reading

Job Description

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‘Humans have been making clothes for thousands of years without a single man ever becoming a tailor.’ Karl Marx (1867)    

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