Anthropology in Practice is hosting Four Stone Hearth #112, the anthropology carnival that gathers together anthro blogging into a festival of fun.
The hearth brings pointing behavior in captive apes, the vampire of Venice, iron-deficiency anemia, media use during the Egyptian revolution, and more!
Krystal D’Costa also puts out a rallying cry for Four Stone Hearth hosts:
We are woefully short of hosts. We’re also in need of a temporary administrator as Afarensis has just announced a hiatus. So what’s stopping you? Can you volunteer to host? I promise that it’s really easy: all you have to do is highlight interesting anthropology posts from around the web. And you don’t even need to be a certified, card carrying anthropologist to host. Really. Anyone with an interest in anthropology can volunteer. And since you’re here, you must have an interest in anthropology, right?
Please check out the announcement page for Four Stone Hearth if you’re interested in becoming a host!
Link to Anthropology in Practice’s Four Stone Hearth #112
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