This week, we’re presenting the second installment of our biweekly roundup! For this HAN feature, we are compiling lists of new, interesting pieces on the history of anthropology our editors have been reading around the web. This installment spans August 5 – August 18.
- Great anthropologists who fought fascism. (Anthrodendum)
- Louis Leakey’s quest to discover human origins. (OUP blog)
- Why Palaeolithic man avoided the Western Ghats, and other discoveries by an accidental archaeologist. (Scroll.in)
- A behind-the-scenes museum tour offers insight into the once and future roles of these iconic institutions. (Science)
- The bone collector: eccentric archaeological treasury to be digitized. (The Guardian)
- Confronting cultural imperialism in Native American archaeology. (SAPIENS)
- A conversation with Native Americans on race. (The New York Times)