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Anthropology is the study of humanity as expressed in civilizations and culture.

Adolf Bastian
Ruth Benedict
Franz Boas
Joseph Campbell
Carlos Castaneda
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Katherine Dunham
James George Frazer
Leo Frobenius
Zora Neale Hurston
Alfred L. Kroeber
Mary Leakey

Claude Levi-Strauss
Carl Sofus Lumholtz
Bronislaw Malinowski
Margaret Mead
Pearl Primus
Evelyn Reed
Herbert Spencer



Ancient Civilizations - The Greeks Poster
Ancient Civilizations - The Greeks Poster

Ancient Civilizations Poster -

Egyptians, Greeks, Incas, India, Jews, Maya, Persians, Romans, Sumerians


Ancient African Civilizations - Ghana/Mali/Songhai
Ancient Africans Civilizations

Ancient African Civilizations Posters -

Benin, Egypt, Ethopia, Ghana/Mali/Songhai, Zimbabwe


Ancient Civilizations Map and Timeline Wall Poster
Ancient Civilizations
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Ancient Civilizations Map and Timeline Wall Poster

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Ethnic Groups, Languages, Religions Wall Poster
Ethnic Groups, Languages, Religions Wall Poster

Ethnic Groups, Languages, Religions

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Ancient Greece
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Ancient Rome
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Anthroshpere Poster
Anthroshpere
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Anthrosphere-

Societal, industrial, and agricultural practices by humans have led scientists to designate a separate “sphere” which encompasses all the changes in the enviroment brought about by human activity. Human beings as living organisms are included in the biosphere, but it is their creations, specifically utilities, facilities and systems, that make up the anthrosphere. Man has roamed the Earth for only about 3 million years, a mere speck compared to the age of the Earth at 4.6 billion years. old. But in this time humans have managed to physically change the land scape of the Earth more than any other living species.

Atmosphere - Industrial and agricultural processes have altered the chemical makeup of the atmosphere. For example, the combustion of fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and intensifies the Greenhouse Effect. This intensification may contribute to global warming.

Biosphere - In order to grow crops and create pastures for domestic animals, land is often cleared of all trees. This is known as deforestation. Deforestation causes great loss of habitat for many species, forcing some to the brink of extinction while countless others have already disappeared form the Earth.

Geosphere - Deforestation and the damming of rivers have contributed to increased erosion in the geosphere. Mineral extraction practices such as surface mining and mountaintop removal physically alte the landscape.

Hydrosphere - The natural water cycle has been modified by the damming o rivers, the creation of man-made lakes, and agricultural practices. Industrial waste pollutes bodies of water and infiltrates the soil down to the groundwater, making the water unsuitable for drinking in some areas.

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Skeletons of Australopithecus Boisei and Homo Sapiens, Giclee Print
Skeletons of Australopithecus Boisei and Homo Sapiens, Giclee Print

Skeletons of Australopithecus Boisei and Homo Sapiens

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