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Drishti Kalra - Author at Anthroholic

Drishti Kalra

Drishti Kalra is an Assistant professor at DCAC College in the Department of History, at Delhi University. She is also a PhD Research scholar at the Department of History at Delhi University. She has also been employed as a Research Assistant on two projects at the Max Planck Institute in Germany and JNU. Currently, she is also working as a Research Associate at the DU Centenary Project on the "History of Delhi University". She has lately held positions with institutions such as The Telegraph, Médecins Sans Frontières, Intern, and Hindu Business Line.
Ethnography Research Method in Anthropology & Sociology


Ethnography, as a research approach, holds a unique position within the social sciences. It provides researchers with a profound understanding of human behavior, cultural practices, and social dynamics.
Aerial Photography in Archaeology

Aerial Photography in Archaeology

Aerial photography has led to the discovery of more archaeological features than any other survey method in history. The method also enables the analysis of context and larger areas of land, in contrast to what is often possible with a site-based approach.
What is Epigraphy in AnthropologyWhat is Epigraphy in Anthropology


The study of inscriptions and graphemes Epigraphy, derived from the Greek word "epigraphḗ," refers to the scientific study of inscriptions and graphemes.
Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology

Cultural anthropology is a branch of anthropology that studies human cultures and societies, with a focus on the diversity and complexity of human social life.
Introduction to Forensic Anthropology

Forensic Anthropology

Forensic anthropology uses anthropological methods and procedures to examine human remains with the aim of conducting legal and criminal investigations.
Analogy and Homology in Anthropology

Analogy and Homology

In anthropology, analogy and homology can be used to compare and understand different aspects of human culture and biology.
Survival of the Fittest in Evolution and Anthropology

Survival of the Fittest

The idea behind "survival of the fittest" is that organisms with traits that are advantageous for survival and reproduction are more
Culture Shock in Social Cultural Anthropology

Culture Shock

Culture shock is a common experience for people who travel or move to a new country with a different culture.
Radiocarbon Dating in Anthropology

Radiocarbon Dating

Radiocarbon dating is a method for determining the age of organic materials based on the decay of carbon-14, a radioactive isotope of carbon.
Sexual Promiscuity in Anthropology


Sexual Promiscuity generally refers to engaging in sexual activity with multiple partners without a committed or exclusive relationship.