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Today anthropology is something to stay away from in university-- a curriculum that leads to no job, no money, no future. Today the word anthropology has become an upscale clothing boutique, for those who can afford to leave a small carbon footprint. Tonight we discuss Margaret Mead and the future that has come, built by a group of anthropologists who decided they had all the answers, and pointed their weapon directly at our heads, and how tacitly surrender by how we think about ourselves,
The Steve and Mary Show, present Adam Greenwell, composer, producer, and musician in this special presentation of "A Man and His Music, A Vocation of Music Anthropology."
"New Zealand-based writer, musician, anthropology graduate and entrepreneur Adam Greenwell has explored how education and community-spirit are expressed through music for over twenty years. He is the author of "Wrestling and Nestling" a book of interviews and reflections on life in New Zealand. Adam's Bio
Musical contributions by Michelle Qureshi and Keenan Baxter
Adam Greenwell's music
Adam Greenwell on Linkedin
Now why would any of us talk about the "Anthropology of Man" when seeking best sources of direction in this life? Well, because it is through Anthropology that we can get a true sense of our identity and thus receive a solid foundation for the best direction possible.
The tradition of our world today seems to rely on the Greek Philosophers who provided the huimanistic perspective of man's rational soul or mind being our besst guide on how to get good direction in this world. And, it seems to work for some but the rest of us who seem to have a lesser capacity of mind have to persevere in other areas of direciton in order to experience fulfillment and satisfaction.
This study will look at this and offer an "Anthropology of Man" that is Biblically based and in contrast to the world's ways of experiencing life. So, let's take some time tyo look at, "How Do I Trust God For Direction?" -- (It's All About Identity).
We are in constant desire to achieve optimal health and wellness, the journey seems to be endless. Join Layla and her special guest, Josephine Lavallee.
Josephine Lavallee achieved a BA degree in Physical Anthropology/Archaeology. But, since her high school years her interest in Health and Wellness never wavered.
Tune in as Josephine shares her life experiences and the career path she is on today.
Now why would any of us talk about the "Anatomy of Man" when seeking best sources of direction in this life? Well, because it is through Anthropology that we can get a true sense of our identity and thus receive a solid foundaiton for the best direction possible.
The tradition of our world today seems to rely on the Greek Philosophers who provided the humanistic perspective of man's rational soul or mind being our best guide on how to get good direction in this world. And, it seems to work for some, but the rest of us who seem to have a lesser capacity of mind have to persevere in other areas of direction in order to experience fulfillment and satisfaction. \
This study will look at this and offer an "Anthropology of Man" that is Biblically-based and in contrast to the world's ways of experiencing life. So, let's takt some time to look at, "How Do I Trust God For Direction?" (It's All About Identity!)
We the Anunnaki Roundtable Discussion with Denise Chavez, Dawn Hull, Robert Evans, Jr., Janet Kira Lessin & Dr. Sasha Lessin, Friday, September 19, 2014 from 3 to 5 PM, HST (Hawaii time), 6 to 8 PM Eastern. On this episode of We the Anunnaki we discussed Nibiru, Planet X, Nemesis, the Brown Dwarf (Binary sun to Solaris), our sun, spaceships around the sun, spirituality, God, who and what is god, discarnates, life after death, life between lives, ghosts, communications with the dead, extraterrestrials, the Vatican, who’s ruling the world, Zecharia Sitchin, our ancestors the Anunnaki and much, much more. -
See more at: http://www.aquarianradio.com/2014/09/14/we-the-anunnaki-091914-denise-chavez-dawn-hull-bob-evans-janet-kira-dr-sasha-lessin/#sthash.Kc1F5VWi.dpuf
Dr. Stanley Warren is the retired Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Education at DePauw University and author of:
Black America Represented on United States Postage Stamps
Crispus Attucks High School: Hail to the Green, Hail to the Gold
The Senate Avenue YMCA for African American Men and Boys
High Five: African American Institutions That Have Strengthened the Indianapolis Community.
Dr. Warren is the author of more than 100 journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. He continues to write, consult, and speak on contemporary education issues and African American History. Dr. Warren is a Carnegie Fellow, John Fellow, Lilly Fellow, and National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow. He has been a Governor Evan Bayh appointee to the State Student Assistance Commission, a Distinguished Alumnus from the University of Indianapolis, and inductee into the Indianapolis Public Schools Hall of Fame. Prior to becoming Dean at DePauw University, Dr. Warren served as Associate Dean and Director of Black Studies. Dr. Warren has been a Board Member of the Indiana Historical Society, Board Member of the Historic Landmarks Foundation and Chair of its African American Landmarks Committee, Board Member of the Crispus Attucks Museum, Life Member, Indiana University Alumni Association, Board Member, University of Indianapolis Alumni Association, and Member of 100 Black Men of Indianapolis.
Dr. Warren has a B.S. in Business from Indiana Central College (University of Indianapolis), M.A.T. In Teacher Education and Anthropology from Indiana University, Ed.S. In Secondary Education and Administration from Indiana University, Ed.D. In Higher Education from Indiana University.
For tonight's episode we will once again be looking at some of the shamanistic practices of our ancestors, and how it played a role throughout human history. Tonight, we visit the great down under of Australia.
Visions of the Past is designed to discuss the world of archaeology, anthropology and other such fields and how it relates to modern Paganism. It helps educate people on the real history, beliefs and practices of our ancestors and mankind's view of the divine.
Spiritual Unity Radio Network is dedicated to the concept that “All Manifestations of the Divine are equally valid.” We are committed to bringing you quality programming each week. Our vision is to provide nightly shows covering a wide range of spiritual topics spanning multiple Expressions of Faith. We wish to see programming developed to fill a niche of broadcast for all people who understand that all Manifestations of the Divine are sacred.
In continuing with the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio will be interviewing Kenny Joholske from the state of Maryland.Kenneth Joholske is a native of Collage Park, Md and raised in Montgomery County Maryland. At a young age Kenny became fascinated with Bigfoot after reading Ivan Sanderson book: Abominable Snowman, Legend Comes to Life. After graduating from University of Maryland in 1994 with a degree in Anthropology, he began working in the field of Native American Health Care creating culturally appropriate models of HIV/ AIDS prevention for Urban Native Two -Spirit ( GLBT)populations. In 1996 Kenny joined the staff of the Biomedical Research Clinical Center Library at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland where he provided research data for clinical trials and other health related research on going at the Clinical Center. His academic work in Native American studies deepened his interest in Sasquatch related research. Kenny has researched extensively the relationship of Sasquatch as it relates to the religious and social ritual of tribes in North America.He also has an ongoing interest and research into the possible social organization of the Sasquatch and the cultural attributes that may be displayed. Kenny enjoys music and studied classical piano for over 20 years and loves the study of world music. He is currently studying the Turkish language and culture. Join us for a very educational and interesting show with Kenny Jolhoske.
As an actor, some of Traci’s credits in film and television include Cold Case, The Wire, and Lovely Bones Most recently she worked with Terrance Howard and Colin Farrell on Dead Man Down and Silver Linings Playbook with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro (her clip from Silver Linings was even aired during the 2013 Academy Awards).
In 2011/2012, she developed and produced the web-series hit, Morbid Curiosity TV, which she also hosted.
Along with acting, she is an award-winning photographer and explorer. She has captured images from around the world including nature, wildlife and architecture.Whether it be Romania, Australia, Vancouver or Edinburgh, there are few places she has not been. She has published two photo books, Enchanted Britain: A Photographic Journey and The Art of Death: Honoring the Craftsmen, both available on Amazon.
Traci has also been an active participant in many archaeological sites and historic preservation in and around the Philadelphia area for many years. It was through this that she had the opportunity to work in England as a photographer for the Wiltshire Heritage Museum as well.
She attended the New York Institute of Photography as well as studied creative writing and anthropology at Temple University and Montgomery County Community College.
Acquanda Stanford is a Black feminist anthropologist, Full-Circle Doula, trained by the International Center for Traditional Childbearing and a Certified Lactation Educator. At one point not so long ago I had hopes of becoming an IBCLC — a Lactation Consultant, certified through the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, but stopped pursuing that after obtaining that CLE. I am also a PhD student of sociocultural anthropology, researching breastfeeding among people of African Descent in the US. What all of this means for me, is that rather than focusing on clinical applications and mechanics (how to latch a baby to a breast, information about breast pumps, milk storage, etc.), I focus on social theory. Breastfeeding is a biological site and serves as a gateway to explore the greater complexities around this tradition. Viewing this through a critical and holistic framework, it allows me to view a larger picture and explore areas of culture and biology, social organization, areas of domination, environment, gender, as well as community empowerment and various others via a historical, contemporary and cross-cultural context. My ultimate goal is to become a professor of anthropology and bring the culmination of these topics to higher education — as well as participate in applied work outside of the academy, and also continue to engage the general public.
Even though much of what I do has become a love of my life, my entry point in this area may or may not be like others you have heard of. I wasn’t placed here because I had an obsession with birth and breastfeeding, like many of us who consider ourselves ‘junkies’; far from it. Being here is the last place on earth I would have ever imagined myself.
Bio copied from: http://acquandastanford.com/aboutme/