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View Resource This Anthro Life

Launched in 2014, This Anthro Life is a podcast whose vision is "crowdsourcing the human condition to inspire communication, foster wonder, and generate empathy." Hosted and produced by recent anthropology PhDs Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins, this podcast features conversations on a wide range of topics concerning and relating to the human condition. New listeners will find a "New? Start Here" page...

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View Resource PeliTrack

The American White Pelican is a large, distinctive waterbird with a huge pouched bill, black primary wing feathers, and a wingspan of 8-10 feet. The Great Salt Lake in Utah is an important breeding habitat for these migratory birds and to help track and study their movements, beginning in 2014 the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) outfitted several dozen pelicans with solar-powered GPS...

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View Resource WHO: Global status report on alcohol and health 2018

Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) released their 2018 "Global status report on alcohol and health," a study that is conducted every four years. This comprehensive study found that in 2016 about 3 million deaths per year worldwide (or approximately 5.3 percent of all deaths) are due to "harmful use of alcohol," which is a decrease from their 2012 finding of 5.9 percent and that over...

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View Resource The Journal of Problem Solving

The Journal of Problem Solving is an open-access online journal that focuses on "empirical and theoretical papers on mental mechanisms involved in problem-solving." Currently in its eleventh volume and generally publishing one issue each year, this multidisciplinary journal publishes original research from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, computer science, mathematics, and operations...

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View Resource Price One Penny: A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

Penny bloods, which came to be called penny dreadfuls after 1860, were cheap, sensational, and inordinately popular novels (frequently adapted, translated, or plagiarized from authors such as Charles Dickens and Alexandre Dumas) that were published as low-priced weekly serials for working-class British audiences. This early Victorian literary phenomenon is the subject of Price One Penny: A...

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