Welcome to This is Anthropology. On this website, you can learn more about the discipline of anthropology, use our interactive map to learn about anthropology projects in different parts of the world, explore the skills and careers anthropologists have, and find out how you can become an anthropologist.
My specialty is anthropological archaeology and I do fieldwork in Jordan. I use archaeology to study how the local population has coped with over three millennia of imperial predation and domination. My research is centered at Tall Hisban (biblical Heshbon) where I have done fieldwork since 1971.
I am a biological anthropologist. I research the evolution of bipedality in our human ancestors, focusing on the comparative anatomy of the hip bones to answer the question: what factors shape the human pelvis? I also do paleoanthropological fieldwork in East and South Africa.
I am a graduate in Computer Science and Engineering. I look for traces of the absolute truth in layers of complex information created in space-time. I am a curious observer whose mind wanders the universe, back and forth, and soul tries to penetrate the vacuum inside. I am just a student of GOD.
I am a retired anthropology educator and I am certified to teach anthropology in secondary schools by the State of Michigan. I taught anthropology and archaeology at the high school level and I have also taught Native American Studies at an urban tribal education center.
As an archeologist with the Arkansas Archeological Survey, I research past lifeways in west-central Arkansas, teach anthropology courses at Henderson State University, and work with the public to preserve our state's rich heritage.
Two different fields, both in North Africa and the Middle East: Ecological anthropology, on Sahara oasis ecosystems and the relationship of local societies to their environment. Urban anthropology, mainly on Cairo (Egypt), on the uses and evolutions of public spaces and gardens +Sound anthropology.