Another Round of Cultural Anthropology and Population Genetics?

Last month, there was a spirited exchange on Ethnography.com and Razib Khan’s Gene Expressions blog “Against the Cultural Anthropologists” about the relationship between cultural anthropology and population genetics.  The “conversation” started with the assertion by Razib that basically, the cultural anthropologists are a bunch of post-modern political malcontents who do nothing productive, and are anti-scientific.  … Continue reading Another Round of Cultural Anthropology and Population Genetics?

Musings about the Theft of Culture from Anthropology

  Some years ago, I asked the question, "Who Stole Culture from Anthropology?" in a brief essay in  Anthropology News in 2006. I raised the question because many anthropologists had complained to me since about 1987, about how they had trained “too many” anthropologists with the result that they were unemployed.  The discipline seemed to be … Continue reading Musings about the Theft of Culture from Anthropology