Sapiens is an online magazine "with a mission to bring anthropology - the study of being human - to the public, to make a difference in how people see themselves and the people around them." Written and edited by a team of writers and anthropologists, this magazine features essays, photography, news stories, feature-length stories, and more that will appeal to a broad audience. As of this write-up, recent stories include an exploration of research about schizophrenia; a consideration of the work of Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957); and an investigation into when humans began controlling fire, centering on the work of archaeologist Sarah Hlubik. Visitors can browse archived articles by category: Archeology, Language, Body, Culture, Evolution, Language, and Technology. Sapiens also features links to articles in other magazines that may be of interest in their Weekend Reads section.
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