Tag Archives: Dustin Eirdosh
AiE in Madagascar I: Fleeced at the Palace of the Mad Queen & Other (Poignantly) Colonial Experiences in Madagascar
I arrived in Madagascar last Saturday afternoon and was greeted for the first time anywhere by someone holding a sign with my name on it. I’ve arrived! Actually, I have arrived, literally. I wish I had taken a photo. I … Continue reading
Posted in Anthropology, Christopher Lynn, Education, Evolution in the Classroom, Evolution Outreach Tagged African Growth and Opportunity Act, AGOA, Antananarivo, Anthropology is Elemental, Big Red Earth, Centre ValBio, Dustin Eirdosh, Eagles Wings Montessori School, James Loudon, Josia Razafindramanana, Merina, Queen Ranavalona I, Wenner Gren Foundation Comments Off on AiE in Madagascar I: Fleeced at the Palace of the Mad Queen & Other (Poignantly) Colonial Experiences in Madagascar
Sabbatical is Here!
Have I started relaxing yet? Everyone asks me this. Do y’all not know me? We just arrived at my in-laws for the holiday, & I’m already thinking about how to fill my days. I don’t relax well. But I am … Continue reading
Posted in American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Christopher Lynn, Education, Evolution & Pop Culture, Evolution Outreach, Human Biology Association, Sabbatical, Southeastern Evolutionary Perspectives Society Tagged American Samoa, Big Red Earth, Costa Rica, Dustin Eirdosh, Erik Peterson, EvoKids, Evolution Education in the American South, Greg Batchelder, HBERG, immune response, Michael Muehlenbein, Michaela Howells, SEEPS, Signaling theory, Susan Hanisch, tattooing, Tisa's Tattoo Festival, Transcendental Medication, UA in Oxford, Zika Comments Off on Sabbatical is Here!