Anthropology Review: “Trekking Tradition”

Nepalese villagers in the film Trekking Tradition is an example of a type of culture that had adapted to the “invasion” of the western capitalism.

Anthropology Review: “First Contact”

“First Contact” on colonialism of native New Guineans By Crystal Hollis | Fall 2010 | ANTH 1150 World Cultures Through Film First Contact reflects on a culture clash as colonialists exert control and dominate over an indigenous population to gain control over natural resources. Colonialism is defined as the active possession of a foreign territoryContinue reading “Anthropology Review: “First Contact””