Archaeology method and theory with lab, two time blocks this morning.
Excited and nervous! Hoping my knowledge of archaeology will suffice.
I am not to nervous though, I mean I have done a lot of my studies in Archaeology, just never in method or the scientific side.
Also glad, I am a now a couple classes deep in Biological Anthropology because it should help with this (minus the geoscience and chemistry, haha)
Aww well, still pumped! : D
The excitement level for this class, is pretty high.
I love primates so much.
I love this professor anyway, she taught my Economic Anthropology class.
This semester I actually have her for Primate Behavior and Peoples and cultures of Mesoamerica.
haha, she is a great example of a do all Anthropologist.
Is so awesome.
She just emailed me asking if I would want to come to Boston to be her guest at Biotech conference with companies from all over the world being there, because she was asked to speak there haha.
Way to be amazing :)
I owned you Biological anthropology!
Follow me and lets talk!
I love the field I am majoring now!
I want to network with some of you other lovely anthro buddies!
I constructed a project on the Sexual Dimorphism of Bonobos.
So excited, and interesting.
A little sad that semester is just about over cause I love the two Anthropology classes I am in,
I am taking 4 next semester :) and at way better times:
Biocultural approach to warfare, Primate Behavior, Peoples and Cultures of Mesoamerica and Rise and Fall of the Maya.
I fucking LOVE <3<3<3 My major.
Relaxing, doing a little studying and maybe starting some work.
Lunch around noon.
Meeting with my bio anthro professor so she can go over some of the stuff I missed.
Then going to the biological anthropology lab later, :)
So excited for this.
P.S. The semester is almost over. Couple papers and presentations (and tests) left.
Going to the Biological Anthropology lab tomorrow !
Going to examine and play with real and reconstructed remains of lots of different primates and hominins.
Most excited for: Tarsiers, lorises, austrapolithicus africanus and afarensis, homo habilis and homo Neanderthal.
Nerding out tomorrow :)