The 47th ed. of the Four Stone Hearth blog carnival is up and running at Almost diamonds, a blog that was new to me. Except for a number of interesting post in the carnival itself I found the post Muslim Scholar Says Muslims Can’t Handle Fiction interesting enough for a visit Almost diamonds. I didn’t submit a post this time around due to lack of time.
This ed. is called the Unasked Questions Edition but could also have been called the Olympics edition as it starts out with a few posts on the ongoing games. As always there are a number of interesting posts to read; among others I found the posts on Neanderthals well worth a read as well as those written at Afarensis, A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe and at Antiquarian’s Attic.
The Fourth Stone Hearth is a blog carnival that specializes in anthropology in the widest (American) sense of that word. Here, anthropology is the study of humankind, throughout all times and places, focussing primarily on four lines of research:
- socio-cultural anthropology
- bio-physical anthropology
- linguistic anthropology
Each one of these subfields is a stone in our hearth.
Four Stone Hearth is published bi-weekly, Wednesdays in odd-number weeks. If you would like to host the carnival, please write to Martin Rundkvist; arador@[delete_this]algonet.se
If you would like to submit content to the next issue of the carnival, please write to the keeper of the blog in question or to Martin. You are encouraged to submit other bloggers’ work as well as your own.