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    • How cooking makes us human 

      Kelly, Allison (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      The question of what makes us human is a common one among anthropologists and scientists alike. Many factors of evolution are explored to determine the point in history where our ancient ancestors branched away from primate ...
    • Lambda Alpha Journal, v.47 (complete version) 

      Lambda Alpha National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
    • Letter from the editor 

      Moore-Jansen, Peer H. (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      The annual Lambda Alpha Student symposium in now in its 19th year. Presenters attended from at least three different states in the U.S and included 14 undergraduate and graduate student podium presentations from a diverse ...
    • Muscle memory: Interactions between the religioscapes and archeoscapes of Paganism, Christianity, and Islam in Luxor, Egypt 

      Flanagan, Mariah (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      What is now the city of Luxor in Upper Egypt has been in use since 3200 BC when it went by the name of Waset, commonly known now as the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes (Sullivan 2010: 1). Although not reaching its height ...
    • Navigating globalization through myth in Quechua communities of Southern Peru 

      Bridges, Ben (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      My research is positioned at the convergence of myth and globalization, exploring how intercultural contact impacts myth in contemporary Peruvian Quechua communities as well as how myth aids in interpreting and shaping the ...
    • Political discourse and racial politics in Dominican Republic 

      Diaz, Jazmin (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      Political Discourse and Racial Politics in Dominican Republic Borderlands, the sites and symbols of power, constitute the imaginary somatic and cultural differences that categorize the elite from the poor. Physical barriers ...
    • Well, shoot: Firearm target practice as a recreational activity on a rural 19th century homestead 

      Kindler, Abigail K. (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      Excavation began on "Cabin Site #1" in St. Charles County, Missouri in the Summer of2011. This site lies above the Femme Osage Creek Valley and is located within a mile of the famous Daniel Boone Homestead where Daniel ...
    • Which sex is which? 

      Johnson, Ariel (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      Intersexuality is the condition of either having both male and female gonadal tissue in one individual or of having the gonads of one sex and external genitalia that is of the other sex or is ambiguous (Merriam-Webster ...