Sarah Blaffer Hrdy’s intriguing ideas on testosterone changes in “Mothers and Others” is answered by longitudinal anthropology on fatherhood testosterone.
Exciting public lecture by Agustin Fuentes on his book Race, Monogamy, and Other Lies They Told You. Fuentes ably defends the relevance of Anthropology.
Katrina Karkazis, author of Fixing Sex: Intersex, Medical Authority, and Lived Experience, explores Olympic sex verification.
Anthropology insists sex, gender, and sexuality include human activity and imagination–explaining why “gender is a social construction”
Anthropology of Latin America and the Caribbean is less about “peoples and cultures” and more about processes at work across the Americas.
Despite Nicholas Wade’s emphasis on splits among human groups, the research is clear that it’s admixture all the way down. Plus some Malinowski!