In the late 1990s, I trained as a field archaeologist. For the better part of a decade, I was part of a merry crew that roamed the forests and mountains of the US, surveying for archaeological sites and excavating them. My work took me from the swamps of South Carolina to the high deserts of [...]
Posts Tagged Anthropology of Consciousness
Check out this amusing and poignant narrative about sleep deprivation and the American Dream as it is practiced in the deep South. The author concludes with a list of facts about sleep deprivation and dreams from the National Sleep Research Project.
Parents might find this statistic particularly interesting: A new baby typically results in 400-750 hours [...]
I”m getting on a train this evening, heading towards Yale Divinity for the 2008 conference for the Society of the Anthropology of Consciousness. Got my woolens and my soft brown shoes so I can blend in with the ivy scene.
Who am I kidding tho? I”m a southerner and to prove it I”ve [...]