Welcome to our biweekly roundup! For this new HAN feature, we’re compiling lists of new, interesting pieces on the history of anthropology our editors have been reading around the web. This installment spans July 21 – August 4.
- Edward Curtis’ Photographs of Kwakwaka’wakw Ceremonial Dress and Masks (ca. 1914)
- The Four Dimensions of Ethnographic Films
- Goats, bookworms, a monk’s kiss: Biologists reveal the hidden history of ancient gospels
- The Racism Behind Alien Mummy Hoaxes; Pre-Columbian bodies are once again being used as evidence for extraterrestrial life
- How the Folsom Point Became an Archaeological Icon
- From the Field: Jason Lewis: One scientist is using archival information to further knowledge about sites excavated over half a century ago.
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