Below is a list of open access English language cultural anthropology titles with general information about the journal’s policies and website for authors to consider when choosing a venue to publish their work. If you would like to learn more about the various Creative Commons licenses, check this link. Journal titles with some missing descriptive […]
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Marlborough Contemporary presents an exhibition of new works by leading internationally-acclaimed Portuguese artist João Onofre. At the centre of the exhibition is Onofre?s new film Tacet ? a reinterpretation of experimental composer John Cage?s iconic ?silent? work, 4?33??. Show More Summary
With the University of Maryland trailing 16-9 to Michigan at the start of the fourth quarter, the Terrapins scored two late touchdowns to cap off a thrilling 23-16 win in The Big House. Maryland coach Randy Edsall was so thrilled that he chucked his headset into the air in celebration. Show More Summary
When you play at a top-tier college basketball program, you're going to get some pretty sweet gear. NBA superstar LeBron James gave the No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats basketball team some new custom LeBron 12s. The Wildcats will likely debut the new shoes in their next game on Sunday against Montana State. Show More Summary
Anderson Cooper is the latest cover star for L’Uomo Vogue’s November 2014 issue. Cooper joins the company of Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. Photographed... The post Anderson Cooper Covers November L’Uomo Vogue, Embraces Sartorial Fashions for Photo Shoot appeared first on The Fashionisto.
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With works spanning all media, Bloomsbury Auctions is celebrating the career of pioneering British Surrealist Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988), with the collection, Stanley William Hayter Painter-Printmaker on Wednesday 26th November during the sale of Modern & Contemporary British Art. Show More Summary
Pardon the Alabama Crimson Tide players if their minds were wandering a bit toward next week's Iron Bowl showdown and getting a measure of payback against rival Auburn. They pretty much sleepwalked through much of the first half against...Show More Summary
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt broke up nearly a decade ago, but apparently the actress still has some ill will for the woman who came between them. Pitt left Aniston for actress Angelina Jolie back in 2005, and since then Brad and Angelina have started a family while Jen has bounced from relationship to relationship. Show More Summary
The Vols scored on a sweet fake field goal. This was too much for the fans to handle. This fan decided to give tight end Alex Ellis a big ol' helmet hug, but it brought him out of the crowd and onto the field. From Rocky Top, to Rocky Bottom. Remember that Tennessee and Lil Jon are best friends, so TURN DOWN FOR WHAT applies here. So does this:
One of Jennifer Lawrence’s Hunger Games co-stars has compared her to Jesus Christ or Joan of Arc. Donald Sutherland, who plays Lawrence’s nemesis President Snow in the Hunger Games franchise, offered that extravagant praise last night at the Mockingjay, Part 1 premiere. Show More Summary
It’s not wrong to suggest that the Tyrion of Game of Thrones is different than the Tyrion of Song of Ice and Fire, or even that these differences are not all for the better. But this is surely problematic: The problem, however, with making Shae love Tyrion is that it trivializes his story. He is […]
Scarlett Johansson is turning 30 today! It's the end of a major year for the star, who gave birth to her first child, daughter Rose Dorothy, with fiancé Romain Dauriac in August. Scarlett also spent plenty of time in the spotlight, starring...Show More Summary
The grand jury in the Ferguson shooting case will not make a decision on the indictment of Darren Wilson this weekend. The delay will keep residents on edge through Sunday as many fear that a failure to indict will cause wide-spread riots. Show More Summary
The 30,000 'Lost' emails weren't backed up and are lost forever, IRS officials testified under oath. Now, it turns out they exist. What targeting will they reveal?
The Bay Area in 1920. "Dodge auto on boardwalk. 'The Damner' on Miller Tires Coast-to-Coast." All we know about what seems to have been a promotional stunt is preserved in this 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size...
Post by Michele Zipp. A cleaning person at St. Michael's Hospital in Bristol in the UK was making her rounds and she heard moaning coming from one of the private rooms on the maternity ward. I'm certain that moaning on a maternity ward...Show More Summary
Not long ago, we were talking about the massive, even pioneering, success of Double Fine’s Kickstarter to make a game it wanted to make, to escape the random, rogue-like survivability of sustaining one’s game business on the whims of publishers. In a sad twist, it’s a canned project from a publisher that has led to DF letting 12 of its staff go. More »