Lambda Alpha Journal v.36 (complete version)
Lambda Alpha National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology
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The thirty sixth volume of the Lambda Alpha Journal presents nine papers with topics in biological, archaeological, and cultural anthropology. It has also included three book reviews. In the first paper, Joanna Salicki discusses the limitations of the specialization of historical archaeology. The second paper by Jason Cowan discusses tarsiers within taxonomical context. The third paper by Allison Harnish and the fifth paper by Stephanie Jolly, relates subsistence patterns to diet. The forth paper by Audrey Ricke presents a case study of Brazilian-Japanese. Another cultural paper follows with Troy Belford’s examination of problems inherent in studying ritual in film. The seventh paper discusses China’s One-Child Policy. Going in another direction, Mead-Moehring and Dr. Moore-Jansen contribute to our study and understanding of primates. In the final paper, Rachel Roberts analyzes Salamanca, Spain’s history, roles of space and time and collective memory.