How COVID-19 Affects Tribes and Indigenous Peoples
The pandemic has multiple consequences and dimensions to how it affects the Indigenous Peoples of the World. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the human species, in the context of the economy, psychological mindset, social relationships, and most importantly physical health. If you look at each of these aspects from a holistic view, as is done by… Continue reading
Surprising similarities in stone tools of early humans and monkeys
MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT has published an interesting article on similarities between the stone tools used by macaques (a group of old world monkeys) in Thailand and those that were intentionally manufactured by early Hominins discovered in East Africa. (Lower Paleolithic) “The ability to intentionally make sharp stone flakes is seen as a crucial point in the evolution… Continue reading
Anthropology Booklist for Self-Study
If you are preparing for Anthropology optional by yourself and without the guidance from any professional coach, you need a reliable list of books that will help you prepare for the Mains Examination as your optional is worth a whooping 500 marks. The Book List Here is a video on some tips for self-study that… Continue reading
Anthropology as an optional for Civil Services Examination
Civil Services Examination, conducted by the UPSC every year, is considered to be one of the toughest examinations in the world. An aspirant is competing with some of the best brains in the country and he/she should prove to be one of them to succeed. The most crucial and strategically important component in the system… Continue reading
i think, therefore i am.
Cogito, ergo sum is a Latin philosophical proposition by René Descartes usually translated into English as “I think, therefore I am”, probably the one thing that defines our species.