Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Marc Kissel
Fossil and archaeological evidence suggests that our ancient relatives found innovative ways to make and share meaning.
Where Do We Come From?

Where Do We Come From?

Sang-Hee Lee
The idea that a single population was the ancestor of all living humans is neat and convenient, but it is not consistent with the data.
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Picking a Bone with Evolutionary Essentialism

Picking a Bone with Evolutionary Essentialism

Sheela Athreya
There is more to our evolutionary history than a single origin in Africa.
Through Dappled Light

Through Dappled Light

Adam Van Arsdale
Homo naledi hints at the wonders of what we have yet to learn about human evolution.
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Great Ape Haters

Great Ape Haters

Isaiah Nengo
Isaiah Nengo on racist tweets, evolutionary misconceptions, and his ancient ape skull discovery.
Call for 2019 Opinion Columnists!

Call for 2019 Opinion Columnists!

What do you want to see in AN? Tell us what you would like us to cover—and let us know if you’d like to write it!
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Call for Proposals: From 1969 to 2019

Call for Proposals: From 1969 to 2019

AN invites members to reflect critically on where the field has been, where it is now, and where it is headed. Where is anthropology in 2019 compared with where it was in 1969?
Fifty Years of Refuge in the Gaza Camp

Fifty Years of Refuge in the Gaza Camp

Michael Vicente Pérez and Elena Boffetta
For Palestinian refugees in Jordan, ordinary life can be an extraordinary accomplishment.
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Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Marc Kissel
September 18, 2018
Fossil and archaeological evidence suggests that our ancient relatives found innovative ways to make and share meaning.
Where Do We Come From?

Where Do We Come From?

Sang-Hee Lee
September 18, 2018
The idea that a single population was the ancestor of all living humans is neat and convenient, but it is not consistent with the data.
-
Picking a Bone with Evolutionary Essentialism

Picking a Bone with Evolutionary Essentialism

Sheela Athreya
September 18, 2018
There is more to our evolutionary history than a single origin in Africa.
Through Dappled Light

Through Dappled Light

Adam Van Arsdale
September 18, 2018
Homo naledi hints at the wonders of what we have yet to learn about human evolution.
-
Great Ape Haters

Great Ape Haters

Isaiah Nengo
September 18, 2018
Isaiah Nengo on racist tweets, evolutionary misconceptions, and his ancient ape skull discovery.
Call for 2019 Opinion Columnists!

Call for 2019 Opinion Columnists!

September 12, 2018
What do you want to see in AN? Tell us what you would like us to cover—and let us know if you’d like to write it!
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Call for Proposals: From 1969 to 2019

Call for Proposals: From 1969 to 2019

September 5, 2018
AN invites members to reflect critically on where the field has been, where it is now, and where it is headed. Where is anthropology in 2019 compared with where it was in 1969?
Fifty Years of Refuge in the Gaza Camp

Fifty Years of Refuge in the Gaza Camp

Michael Vicente Pérez and Elena Boffetta
August 30, 2018
For Palestinian refugees in Jordan, ordinary life can be an extraordinary accomplishment.
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