Ana Lopes gained her first degree in Anthropology at the University of East London.

Gary Lupyan is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Stephen Lyon has lived and worked in Pakistani Punjabi villages and cities off and on since 1982

Dr Audax Mabulla is Field Coordinator of the Archaeology Unit, University of Dar es Salaam and on

Kathy Garlow (left) and Mary Sandy are representatives from the Six Nations on the Grand River co

Jeffrey Miley is Lecturer of Political Sociology in the Department of Sociology at Cambridge Univ

Brian Morris is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at Goldsmith’s College, University of London.

Professor Rajko Muršič is a specialist in urban anthropology and especially the anthropology of p

Yasmine Musharbash is Senior Lecturer in the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at the Austra

Darcia Narvaez is professor of psychology emerita at the University of No

Estelle Orrelle has a background in history and Near Eastern Archaeology and has taken part in ma

David Papineau works as Professor of the Philosophy of Science at King's College London and

Bruce Parry has lived with tribal people the world over and has much to share.

Simone Pika lectures in evolutionary anthropology in the Department of Psychology at the Universi

Simon Pirani is the author of "Burning Up: A global history of fossil fuel consumption"

Rebekah Plueckhahn has researched and worked in Mongolia since 2006 and completed her PhD at the

Camilla Power is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Dept of Anthropology at UCL, and was Senior L

Kate Prendergast gained her Ph.D in Archaeology at the University of Oxford.

Milan Rai is a longstanding anti-war activist and writer.

Martin Richards studies variation in gene frequencies to reconstruct the routes taken by our dist

Bruce Rimell is an artist, born in Swindon, but now living in Shipley.

Dave Robinson lectures in anthropology at the University of East London.

Alice is a postdoctoral researcher at UCL Institute of Advanced Studies.

Richard Seaford is emeritus professor of Ancient Greek at the University of Exeter.

Paula Sheppard is a Research Fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Fabio Silva has a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Portsmouth and an MA in Cultural Ast

Lionel Sims is retired head of Anthropology, International Politics, International Development an

Thea Skanes is Managing Curator of the UNESCO collections at the Moesgaard Museum, Denmark.

Volker Sommer is Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at UCL.

I am visiting Endowed Chair of Women and Gender Studies and Visiting Associate Professor of Histo

Luc Steels is a professor of computer science at the University of Brussels (VUB), director of th

Chris Stringer is Merit Researcher in Human Origins at the London Natural History Museum.

Mark G.

I have been doing anthropological research on hunter-gatherer societies since 2009, when I travel

Daiara Tukano, of the Tukano indigenous nation of the Upper Rio Negro, is an indigenous activist

Tamara Turner is a final-year PhD candidate in ethnomusicology at King's College London wher

Helena Tuzinska lectures in the Department of Ethnology and Museology, Faculty of Arts, Comenius

Michal Uhrin is a postgraduate student in Social Anthropology at the University of Comenius, Brat

Jackie Walker is a black, Jewish activist and author, a founding member of Jewish Voice for Labou

Jackie Walker is a black, Jewish activist and author, a founding member of Jewish Voice for Labou

Ian Watts gained his PhD in 1998 from the University of London with a thesis on the southern Afri

David Wengrow lectures at the Institute of Archaeology.

Charles Whitehead was creative director of an advertising agency for twenty years before gaining

After carrying out two years of field research on a 'cargo cult' in New Britain, Papua

Jason Wilcox is an English Literature graduate who went on to do an M.A.

James Woodburn is the world's leading theorist on egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies; he

Valentina Zaga

João Zilhão is professor of Palaeolithic Archaeology at the University of Bristol, Dept of Archae