Uncovering the Past from Above: Dr. Sarah Parcak’s Vision for the Future of ArchaeologyAdvocacy, Archaeology, book review, Capitalism Critique, Climate Change, Conflict, Cultural Heritage, Dr. Sarah Parcak, Equity, Ethics, Future Thinking, Global Perspective, Human History, Innovation, Interdisciplinary, Looting, Newspaper, Preservation, research, Satellite Imagery, Space Archaeology, Sustainability, technology
Uncover the secrets of the past from above with Dr. Sarah Parcak’s groundbreaking book, “Archaeology from Space.” Join us as we explore the future-thinking insights and capitalism critiques of this pioneering space archaeologist. Discover how satellite imagery is revolutionizing the way we approach the study of human history, and learn about Dr. Parcak’s advocacy work…
Saint Onii-san (聖☆おにいさん). Understanding the Japanese Strategy of Syncretismanime, anthropology, Archaeology, buddha, buddhism, Catholicism, Christianity, cinema, confucius, cultural anthropology, daoism, Easter, Eastern enlightenment, Eastern religion, Eastern tradition, enlightenment, grad studies, graduate student, india, India studies, Indian, japan, japanese, Japanese study, japanologist, Jesus, laotzi, manga, media studies, meditation, meditations, messiah, mindfulness, nirvana, religion, religious studies, Sakka muni, salvation, Santori, spiritual, spirituality, world religions
When we work as anthropologists, especially we media archaeologists, it is central to question our own interpretations as biased at best. Still, there is work to do. Through our tireless dialogues and humdrum carrying-ons there remains the work of turning lead into gold. This alchemy is anthropology. Learning to see the world for what it…
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So here it is. I need a job. Rather, I want a job. This is my explanation behind making this goofy video. It’s a start. To tell you the truth, I followed a template from some rando-blogger who seems to know what they’re saying.
Fast Times at Ilium: The Glorious Lives & Deaths Homer’s IliadAcademia, Adventure, ancient mediterranean studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, asia, asian studies, Blogging, comparative literature, Crete, Dissertation, education, English, essay, Europe, folklore, history, inspiration, Islamic History, literary nonfiction, literature, Middle East, Mizzou, Mythology, nonfiction, phd, philosophy, Poem, poet, Poetry, politics, recipe, Review, stream-of-consciousness, study abroad, the university of missouri, the writers life, Thesis, writingancient mediterranean studies, anthropologist, anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, classics, comparative literature, comparative studies, epic poetry, greece, greeks, hellas, homer, homeric, ilium, literary studies, literature, NaNoWriMo, novelist, poet, Poetry, poetry reading, trojan, troy, writing mistakes
Keeping with the dualistic nature of Epic literature to be a hero requires great tragedy. One must all at once bring and preserve life while taking it. Within this text, war is clearly demarcated as a symbol of achieving glory.
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