Monday, May 10, 2010

The Four Stone Hearth

The Four Stone Hearth is a blog carnival that specializes in anthropology in the widest (American) sense of that word. Here, anthropology is the study of humankind, throughout all times and places, focussing primarily on four lines of research:
  • archaeology
  • socio-cultural anthropology
  • bio-physical anthropology
  • linguistic anthropology
Each one of these subfields is a stone in our hearth. Four Stone Hearth is published bi-weekly, Wednesdays in odd-number weeks.

If you would like to submit content to the next issue of the carnival, please write to the keeper of the blog in question or to Martin Rundkvist. You are encouraged to submit other bloggers' work as well as your own. If you would like to host the carnival, please write to Martin Rundkvist.

The next edition of Four Stone Hearth (#92) will be hosted by Sorting Out Science. Please submit content of your blog post or others by contacting the owner of Sorting Out Science.

Four Stone Hearth #93 (May 26th) will be hosted here at The Prancing Papio. Let's keep this blog carnival alive!

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