Museum of Natural History Lecture Explores Ancient Animal Remains Burial Cave In Israel
The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History presents "Feasting with the Dead on the Eve of Agriculture: Ancient Animal Remains from a Burial Cave in Israel," a lecture by Dr. Natalie Munro from the Department of Anthropology at UConn.Doctor: Medicine can be magical
Northwestern University professor teaches performance art of healing, how to relate better with patients. As a child growing up in Mexico City, Dr. Ricardo Rosenkranz loved performing magic tricks. He became reacquainted with the art 12 years ago when, during a trip home to see family, he stumbled upon an old-fashioned magic store.Malaysia court allows tribes to fight land claim
MALAYSIA'S highest court on Tuesday allowed indigenous tribespeople from Borneo the right to challenge the acquisition of their ancestral land, in what campaigners hailed as a historic test case.
Their legal battle for native title began 12 years ago after the state government of Sarawak on Malaysian Borneo requisitioned land for the controversial Bakun dam and a timber pulpmill.
Some 50 representatives of indigenous peoples from Russia's North have put a curse on Federation Council Speaker Sergei Mironov and A Just Russia, a pro-Kremlin quasi-opposition group that he heads, over the use of "dirty electoral technology."How Stone Age man kept his pores clean... in the SAUNA
The remains of a 4,500-year-old sauna have been discovered by archaeologists excavating a Stone Age temple.
They unearthed the foundations of the building at Marden Henge, near Devizes in Wiltshire.
Located close to the River Avon, the neolithic ‘sauna’ was in a key position overlooking a ceremonial area at the site.