The Creation of La Joya
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there
was a place called La Joya
People in that area did not usually stay in that
Instead, they used to just go there from time to
time before going somewhere else
The paleo diet trendWhy did he Paleo Diet become so trendy?
According to the article The New Age Cavemen and the City, also from
the New York Times, many New Yorkers have recently adopted a lifestyle similar
to our ancestor. But why is that? Most people t
1. Understanding Food: Individual vs. Society
Does the anthropological study of food pander toward the individual or
larger groups in society?
Trick question! Social anthropology picks up on the idea that food is part of the
fabric that weaves
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Are you a wolf or a coyote?
In chapter 5 of the book Ethnobiology, The World According to Isa:
Combining Empiricism and Spiritual Understanding in Indigenous Ways of
Knowing, the author, Raymond Pierotti compares wolves and coyotes to humans
and how we be
ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA 1 (2009), 1740. ISSN 19894104.
FARMING AND CATASTROPHE AT LA JOYA: A CONSIDERATION
OF AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION AND RISK IN THE
FORMATIVE SIERRA DE LOS TUXTLAS
Amber M. VanDerwarker
Department of Anthropology, University of
For my paper I chose to write about the agricultural intensification in the
Southern Gulf Coast of Mexico and how that impacted its society during the
Formative period (1400 BC -300 AD). The site of La Joya, a farming village in the
Southern Veracruz, Mex
The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race - Jared Diamond
The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race written by Jared Diamond
is truly entrancing. In it, writer is contending that agriculture snu