When I started Pedal Powered Anthropology, I thought for a while about what I would "call" myself. Anthropologist didn't seem to quite fit, although it wasn't inaccurate. I wasn't a "documentarian" or "documentary film maker," although more and more that latter part is coming to the forefront.
Caveman in the Mirror: The Case for Our Closest Cousins.
Neanderthals are the original "missing link." That hypothesized link in the chain that connects us to our ever-more-apelike ancestors. Neanderthals have long been assumed to be "less than" human. In anthropological circles, even in lower level anthropology courses, that assumption has been under debate.
So What’s Up With That Peruvian Mummy Anyway?
So part of the Pedal Powered Anthropology project is to help laypeople better understand science. Particularly anthropology and its subfields, but since anthropology can conceivably cover anything ever, it's all fair game as far as I'm concerned. So let's start now. Hoaxes and pseudoscience aren't unfamiliar topics, and I'm pretty confident that anyone who finds … Continue reading So What’s Up With That Peruvian Mummy Anyway?
Welcome to the Pedal Powdered Antropolgy blog! Pedal Powdered Anthropology is a multifaceted project that aims to bring profound travel experiences to a local level while simultaneously making science and academia more relatable. I am presently based in Rhode Island, so most of my projects will focus on this state and the overall New England … Continue reading Welcome!!