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  1. Surviving Katrina and its aftermath: evacuation and community mobilization by Vietnamese Americans and African Americans.(Report): An article from: Journal of Cultural Geography by Wei Li, Christopher Airriess, et all 2008-10-01
  2. Pronouncing and Persevering: Gender and the Discourse of Disputing in an African Islamic Court.(Review): An article from: The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology by Anne Meneley, 2001-08-01
  3. Torn between three continents: the search for identity in Maryse Conde's Une Saison a Rihata and Miriam Warner-Vieyra's Juletane.(Critical Essay): An article from: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology by Debra Popkin, 2001-08-01
  4. Free Blacks on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland: The Colonial Period 1662-1775 by Thomas Davidson, 1991-12
  5. P. Michigan: Baptized for Our Sakes : A Leather Trisagion from Egypt (Contributions to Archeology, 120) by David Martinez, 2000-11
  6. Proceedings of the First Pan-African Congress on Prehistory
  7. Archeology of Black American culture: An annotated bibliography by Bert Salwen, 1977
  8. James City project: Test excavations at a 19th century freedman community by Lawrence E Abbott, 1988
  9. Ethno-Archaeology in Jenne, Mali (Bar International) (v. 49) by Adria La Violette, 2000-12-31
  10. Technology of the Gods: The Incredible Sciences of the Ancients by David Hatcher Childress, 2000-05
  11. Amazing World of Mummies by Fiona MacDonald, 2005-05-25
  12. Africa's Glorious Legacy (Lost Civilizations)
  13. The Bushman trickster: protagonist, divinity, and agent of creativity. (Articles).: An article from: Marvels & Tales by Mathias Guenther, 2002-04-01
  14. Mummies, Bones, & Body Parts (Carolrhoda Photo Books) by Charlotte Wilcox, 2000-08

21. Anthopology Of Africa
Current News more African newspaper articles. african archeology- reports on current archaeological research in Africa. More
Welcome to Dr. Brink's ANTHROPOLOGY OF AFRICA home page.
The following are hot links which will introduce you to some interesting web sites with information on Africa.
Current News - provides current newspaper stories from a wide range of African countries.
Current News
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Current News
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African Archeology
- reports on current archaeological research in Africa.
More Hot Links
- this site will connect you with the University of Pennsylvania Africa homepage which has links for art, health, archaeology, food and agriculture, women, religion and much more.
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United States Aid in Development
- information on USAID projects. Includes health statistics and information on the Early Warning Famine System. Back to J. Brink's Home Page

22. African Art Syllabus
1968, pp. 24, 7475. 22*. 5. Davis, The Study of Rock Art in Africa, in A HISTORY OF african archeology, pp. 271-95.**. 6. Williams
1. Visona et. al. HISTORY OF ART IN AFRICA Preface (Abiodun, R) pp.10-13 and Introduction (Blier) pp.14-23;
Aspects of African Culture, pp. 44, 196, 283, 336, 424, 458. 2. Preble and Preble, ARTFORMS, pp.40-115. * 3. Vansina, ART HISTORY IN AFRICA, pp. 1-20, 78-120. [RB AFROMER 241 34] ** 4. Vogel, "African Sculpture: A Primer," in CLOSEUP, pp. 75-81. [37] ** 5. Willett, pp. 139-160** Week 3: INTRODUCTION TO AFRICA AND THE STUDY OF AFRICAN ART (September 17, 19) 1. Drewal, AFRICAN ART: A BRIEF GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION*. 2. Perani and Smith, pp.1-19. * 3. Vansina, ART HISTORY IN AFRICA, pp. 41-55. [35] ** 4. McNaughton and Pelrine, "African Art," in Martin and O'Meara AFRICA, Chap. 12, pp.223-272.
[RB AFROAMER 241] ** 5. Willett, pp. 8-42** Week 4: AFRICAN ARTISTS AND AESTHETICS (September 24, 26) 1. Thompson, "Aesthetics" in BLACK GODS AND KINGS, CH3/1-7. * 2. Drewal, AFRICAN ARTISTRY, pp. 9-20. [10] *

23. Philadelphia University: Paul J. Gutman Library
links; AnthroNet links to african archeology and ethnography; Black/AfricanRelated Resources - from the University of Pennsylvania;

Areas of the World - Links to Region and Country Information on the Internet Africa

24. CSU Sacramento Physical Anthropology - Gerrell Drawhorn
Capable of teaching introductory level archeology, cultural anthropology upperdivision Asian or african archeology, and History and Theory of Physical
Dr. Gerrell Miles Drawhorn
Department of Anthropology
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
California State University, Sacramento
Papers and Publications Research Projects Professional Associations ... References Office: 4019 Mendocino Office Hours: M 12:30PM; F 9-10AM Email: Telephone: (916) 278-4555 mssg. (916) 278- 6452 Fax (916) 278-6339 Department of Anthropology California State University Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819-6106 SPRING 2002 CLASSES SCHOLARLY WORKS 1996 Drawhorn, G. M. "Piltdown" Pacific Discovery 1995 Drawhorn, G. M "The Paleodemography and Systematics of the Genus Pongo " Ph.D. Dissertation Supervisor: Dr. Henry M. McHenry 1986 Skelton, Randall R., H. M. McHenry and Drawhorn, G. M "Phylogenetic Analysis of Early Hominids" Current Anthropology 1980 Szalay, F. S. and Drawhorn, G. M "Evolution and Diversification of the Archonta in an Arboreal Milieu" In W.P. Luckett (ed)

25. Prehistoric Man Timeline
Resources for african archeology (ArchNetWWW Archeology) http// Origins and Evolution in Africa (Jeanne Sept
Themes Science Life Sciences Physical Anthropology ... Pre-Historic Man
Fossils, rocks, ancient skeletal remains have been uncovered in the Rift Valley and surrounding areas
Photo of an African rift (Univ. of Pennsylvania):

Evidence points to a common human ancestry originating in Africa from the emergence of a humanlike species in eastern African some 5 million years ago. From Hadar, Ethiopia, the 3.18 million year-old remains of "Lucy" were unearthed in 1974.
Resources for African Archeology (ArchNet-WWW Archeology)

Human Origins and Evolution in Africa (Jeanne Sept, Indiana Univ.-Bloomington):
to 200,000 Wide spread of species across Asia, Europe, and Africa. Fire use develops. The earliest true human being in Africa, Homo sapiens

26. Center For Electronic Resources In African Studies: Iron, Master Of Them All
Nyame Akuma, the journal of the Society for african archeology, regularlypublishes articles and research reports about African ironworking.
University of Iowa Museum of Art and PASALA - Project for the Advanced Study of Art and Life in Africa Iron, Master of Them All March 5 to July 25, 1993 William J. Dewey and Allen F. Roberts, Visiting Curators Introduction Study of the Iron Arts of Africa The Six Parts of the Exhibition
  • Tools and Weapons ... List of Objects Included in the Show Introduction And so it long has been and is in Africa. Over the centuries, iron is the substance and agent of transformation that has allowed Africans to forage and hunt, till the soil, and assure their own protection and prosperity. Iron creates and saves lives, but takes them too. Iron-working has been the pre-eminent transformative process, a technology greedily sought and jealously guarded, for its control could promote a king's ambition and a soldier's fortune. Iron-smelting technology has often been considered divine inspiration brought to humans by culture heroes. Sacred kings were sometimes renowned as smelters and blacksmiths. In other circumstances, the transformative powers of iron-workers are deemed so great that blacksmiths are thought dangerous and avoided by ordinary people. Iron objects are worn, carried, and used as tools and weapons; but their mundane purposes are matched, underscored, and complemented by iron as a master metaphor: more than metal, keener than cutting. Shrines are studded, graves bedecked. By exchanging precolonial currency tokens of iron in bridewealth, ransom, and tributory gifts, many Africans in earlier times demonstrated their equation of iron with value itself.
  • 27. University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign - Archaeology
    Stanley H. Ambrose. african archeology, lithic technology, stable isotopeanalysis of diet, hominid evolution, evolutionary ecology; East Africa
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    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Anthropology
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    Urbana, IL 61801 Phone: 217 333-3616 Fax: 217 244-3490 Email: Home Page - Degrees Offered - MA, PhD - Archaeology Faculty - Stanley H. Ambrose . African archeology, lithic technology, stable isotope analysis of diet, hominid evolution, evolutionary ecology; East Africa Douglas J. Brewer Faunal analysis, paleoenvironmental reconstruction; Egypt, North America Susan D. Gillespie . Archeology, ethnohistory, iconography, symbolic anthropology, kinship,social organization, archaeological theory; Mesoamerica David C. Grove

    28. Archeologists Find Treasure Off Kenya
    the potential of East Africa. Much of african archeology is eitheroverlooked or ignored, said Breen. Using a mix of centuriesold
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    31. Mary Leakey
    Contains the text from several newspaper articles announcing the death of Mary Leakey.Category Science Social Sciences Africa Leakey, Louis and Mary...... tools and occasional participant in archeological digs, met Louis Leakey, 10 yearsher senior, married and an established figure in african archeology with a

    1974. Resources for african archeology (ArchNetWWWArcheology)http// Africa Defined Maps_Introduction.htm
    During the 1950’s, Africa was a continent awakening to the prospects of Independence. In the 1960’s , Africa was a continent in transition for during the decade 31 African countries South of the Sahara became independence, 17 of them in 1960 alone. Notable progress was school enrolment and some industrialization. In the 1970’s , Africa was a continent in Limbo. Development proved difficult, and regional and ethnic conflicts became rampant. The cold war placed African countries between the USA and Russia. Increases in oil prices by OPEC in 1973 affected the economic development of the African countries. The 1970’s were also periods of Sahelian drought and famine. During the 1980’s, it became clear that Africa was a continent in decline. Hunger and starvation in Ethiopia, Sudan and Somalia. Civil wars in Angola, Sudan, Mozambique and Southern Africa. In the 1990’s, Africa was a continent in Crisis. Economic stagnation continued to deteriorate. Rapid spread of AIDS threatens families and general societies.
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    34. -- West Africa [opinion]: Sine-Ngayene: How Did They Die?
    of Michigan in the United States probe 11th century funerary patterns in Senegal,setting the stage for an explosive academic debate in West african archeology.
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    Dakar Archeologists from the University of Michigan in the United States probe 11th century funerary patterns in Senegal, setting the stage for an explosive academic debate in West African archeology I was just a few hours old in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, when my friend, Fredrick Rendina, the talented film-maker, asked if I would love to accompany him to Sine-Ngayene, a sleepy, aging settlement South-East of Dakar, off the Senegambian highway. Sine-Ngayene has become one of the new vocabularies in Senegal's contemporary cultural history after the 1980 French-Belgian archeological team led by Prof. Guy Thilman excavated and found huge skeletal remains within a megalithic environment at Tiekene Boussoura, east of Kaula, within the mammoth Senegambian archeological corridor, stretching 300 kilometers East to West and 150 kilometers North to South.

    35. Celebrating African-American Archeology And History And Culture, Sources And Lin
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    The National Register of Historic Places promotes awareness of and appreciation for the historical accomplishments of African Americans through featured sites, parks, and publications.
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    36. Archeology Books
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    38. Anthropology And Archeology 1-V
    Anthropology and archeology Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4. of these legacieshelps to explain the diversity of the continent and the african people.
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    Part 3 Part 4 To quickly find a specific title, check the Title Index The Africans VHS, 60 min. each, 1985 Study guide available The Africans is a view of Africa from the inside looking out. It examines the contemporary life and history of Africa through its triple heritage: what is indigenous, what was contributed by Islam, and what was acquired from the West. The coexistence of these legacies helps to explain the diversity of the continent and the African people. 1. The Nature of a Continent The examination of Africa as the birthplace of humankind and discussion of the impact of geography on African history. The program includes the role of the Nile in the origin of civilization and the introduction of Islam to Africa through its Arabic borders. 2. A Legacy of Lifestyles African contemporary lifestyles are examined by tracing the influence of indigenous, Islamic, and Western factors. The program compares simple African societies with those that are more complex and centralized, and examines the importance of family life. 3. New Gods

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  • 40. The South African Spheres
    Jimison (1982) is a unreliable source of data for discussing the origins ofthe South african spheres described as used by Forbidden archeology .
    The Mysterious Origins of Man:
    The South African Grooved Sphere Controversy
    Paul Heinrich

    [Last Update: April 8, 1996]
    An Interim Report
    In the NBC program The Mysterious Origins of Man the following claims were made by Charlton Heston In Klerksdorp, South Africa, hundreds of metallic spheres were found by miners in Precambrian strata said to be a fantastic 2.8 billion years old. The controversy centers around fine grooves encircling some of the spheres. Lab technicians were at a loss to explain how they could have been formed by any known, natural process. In the above comments, The Mysterious Origins of Man is vague in two matters. First, as noted in Forbidden Archeology , the mystery spheres actually come from wonderstone quarries closer to Ottosdal, West Transvaal, South Africa than Klerksdorp. Saying that these spheres come from in Klerksdorp is confusing as it implies incorrectly that these nodules come from local gold mines. This lead to incorrect speculation on the basis of this bad data that they were pyrite concretions from the gold-bearing quartzite conglomerates. Finally, this video fails to name who the lab technicians that examined these spheres were. As a result, it is impossible to make any assessment of their expertise and credibility.

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