Parents Night and the Final Day at Arcadia

Last day of Anthropology is Elementary 2015 We did not have an official lesson for the last day. Instead, we had an overview of the semester and discussed key aspects of anthropology learned. Click to see details Click to see details Click to see details Click to see details Click to see details Click to … Continue reading “Parents Night and the Final Day at Arcadia”

Body Adornment at Arcadia

Week 9: Body Adornment Lecture Body Adornment is “Decorating your body to show your social status, to express your individuality, as a rite of passage, or to chow your membership to a group like a clan or community.” There are many different forms of body adornment. Body adornment is what you wear or how you … Continue reading “Body Adornment at Arcadia”

Human Osteology – TMSE

By Rob Barlow This week I led the lesson on human osteology, which is the study of human bones. Osteology is valuable to anthropologists and can tell us many things about individual humans or a certain group of people. By studying osteology we can determine sex, genealogy, diet and even disease pathology. Faced with such … Continue reading “Human Osteology – TMSE”

Food at Arcadia

Week 8: Food Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. Cuisine is about the style of cooking the food. There are two distinct categories that all foods fit into – junk (or processed) foods and healthy foods. Processed foods are foods that are prepared in mass numbers at factories to … Continue reading “Food at Arcadia”