Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge - PDF Free DownloadStorms expected on Election Day Storms are expected to hit much of the Eastern United States on Tuesday, which could depress turnout in some places. A strong cold front could cause rain and wind anywhere along the Eastern Seaboard, from the Florida Panhandle all the way up to Maine, said Tim Loftus, a data scientist and meteorologist at AccuWeather. Multiple studies have shown that bad weather on Election Day can decrease turnout, which in turn tends to help Republicans, because the groups most likely to be deterred from voting are those who tend to vote Democratic. Voting issues in Florida MIAMI — Voting machine glitches and ballot omissions in Florida made headlines on Monday after they were identified by local elections officials and a civil rights advocacy group. Log in or register A federal judge in Gainesville ruled that Duval County, home to Jacksonville, should have posted sample ballots in Spanish at early polling stations, as mandated for 32 Florida counties by a court decision in September. By then, it was too late to make a difference — no early polls were open on Monday — but the county elections supervisor, Mike Hogan, plans to post the ballots in precincts on Election Day, according to court documents.
Harald E. Prins born is a Dutch anthropologist, ethnohistorian, filmmaker, and human rights activist specialized in North and South America's indigenous peoples and cultures. Academically trained at various universities in the Netherlands, where he studied prehistoric archaeology, history, and cultural anthropology, among others under Anton Weiler, Albert Trouwborst, Anton Blok , and Ton Lemaire , he completed his doctoraal code: nld promoted to code: nl at the Radboud University Nijmegen After two years as an assistant professor in theoretical history at its graduate program, he came to New York City under the auspices of the Netherlands-America Institute in In addition, he received formal training in advanced 16mm film -making in NYC — Although he has also done research among half a dozen other indigenous nations in North and South America, he is primarily known for his ethnographic and historic research on Wabanaki Indian peoples and cultures, in particular the Mi'kmaq or Micmac.
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