Truly beyond bones and stones, Anthropology.net is a WordPress site that strives to spread knowledge and awareness of anthropology. You can find all the latest updates about biological anthropology here, too.
- Bone Broke
This blog by Jess Beck focuses on archaeology, osteology and biological anthropology. She presents these topics with a casual and fun, but intelligent tone that makes something that could be boring easy and interesting to read.
- Bones Don’t Lie
Another easy-to-read blog, Katy Emery likes to tackles issues from every angle, giving a well-rounded view.
- Busting Myths About Human Nature
As the title suggests, Dr. Fuentes likes to clear up misconceptions and uses anthropology in a way that relates to our everyday lives.
- Forensic Anna:thropology
Dr. Anna Williams is a forensic anthropologist who poses excellent questions about ethics, methods and more, focusing on debates within the field.
Patrick Clarkin blogs about anthropology in a very deep, philosophical way. He’s good at making arguments, explaining what it means to be human and making short, meaningful posts.
- Powered by Osteons
This is Forbes contributor Kristina Killgroves personal blog about anthropology. She’s a bit more clinical in tone than I would like at times, but her reviews of ‘Bones’ and her use of photos is worth a look.
- The Pleistocene Scene
This academic blog is useful for finding your way to further reading and resources.
- These Bones of Mine
These Bones of Mine is very focused on osteology and also often directs you to further academic reading to understand the facts of each topic.
- What Makes Us Human
Dr. Joyce’s blog on Psychology Today aims to explain “What Makes Us Human.” She often focuses on the ritual aspects of human life.