THE CUTEST AND MOST ADORABLE THING YOU WILL EVER READ IN YOUR WHOLE LIFE
HOW ARE NOSELESS AND MOUTHLESS THOR AND LOKI SO ADORABLE
(Source: The amazingly talented and creative Lauren Gracek)I kinda love that this is less grim than the story it’s based on.
So as a brand new archaeologist/ anthropologist I can think of a couple of movies and TV shows that might have influenced me.
1.) The Indiana Jones Movies! This should be a no brainer!
2.) Krippendorf’s Tribe: How not to do field work
3.)Young Indiana Jones!
5.) Dawn of the Maya: One of my professors was on this show!
6.) Secrets of the Dead
7.) Ancient Mysteries
9.) The Tomb Raider Movies: Gotta give it to Angie she makes being a woman archaeologist look rad!
I didn’t realize I’ve been a fan of Mila Kunis since she was 15. :))
Spotted here, getting purified Shelmickedmu style in Krippendorf’s Tribe. :))
I swear this movie is like a prerequisite for being an anthropology major. I remember one time I was hanging out in one of Cal State LA’s archaeology lab and a couple of us were discussing this movie when one of our professors Dr. James Brady told us that they used some of the anthropology in the movie.
Happy Birthday, Charles Norris!
Charles Norris (right), born December 4, 1867, was New York City’s first Chief Medical Examiner. As a pioneer in the field of toxicology, Norris’s work made “dead men tell more tales than live ones ever could,” asserted District Attorney John E. McGeehan of the Bronx.
Chemist Alexander Gettler (left) worked directly under Norris directing the city’s first toxicology laboratory. Together the pair elevated forensic chemistry to a legitimate science and set a standard for the rest of the country.
Learn more about toxicology in The Power of Poison.
Image via Library of Congress
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