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  • Genocide and Political Mass Killing in the World since 1900: Summary of Major Events

    Genocide and Political Mass Killing in the World since 1900: Summary of Major Events   Genocide here refers to mass killing of citizens or subjects of a country, simply on the basis of their “race,” ethnicity, language, religion, or similar “essentialized” group identity.  It grades into politicide: mass killing based on political ideology or other […]

  • Genocide in the United States: Probability and Prevention

      Genocide in the United States: Probability and Prevention   Contents Trump and Fascism Fascism and the Republican Agenda Genocide Defined Historical Insights into Genocide Warnings: Leading Edges of Genocide Exclusionary Culture Psychology and Genocide Trump and… Stopping Genocide Reaffirming American Values     Introduction This is the first draft of a book that my […]

  • Career Guide for Anthropologists: Student to Professor, and How to Publish

    Career Advice for Anthropologists:  Student to Professor, and How to Publish N. Anderson Department of Anthropology University of California, Riverside   My student Jenny Banh suggested I might write a book guiding graduate students on the academic path.  I don’t have a book’s worth of knowledge, but after 50 years teaching for the University of […]

  • Climate and China’s Dynastic Cycles

      Climate and China’s Dynastic Cycles   N. Anderson Dept. of Anthropology University of California, Riverside gene@ucr.edu www.krazykioti.com   Abstract   With climate change very much in the news, historians have sought correlations between climate change and the rise and fall of Chinese dynasties. This contrasts with traditional explanations by Chinese historians of those eras, […]

  • Developing Mexican Food: Globalization Early On

    Developing Mexican Food: Globalization Early On E. N. Anderson University of California, Riverside   Abstract Mexican food today is extremely diverse, and has a complicated background.  My view is that of a Mayanist who has worked in southeast Mexico and traveled widely in the country.  Already long before Columbus, Native American foodways were spreading widely; […]

  • Mayaland Cuisine: Campeche, Chiapas and Tabasco

    CAMPECHE   Recados, sauces, and minor snacks and market foods in Campeche are generally the same as in Yucatan, so refer to recipes in the previous chapter.     SEAFOOD   Black Rice Soup (a “dry soup”)   1/2 lb. rice 1 oz. lard or vegetable oil 2 garlic cloves 1 onion 2 quarts stock […]

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