Primates: The Kool-Aid Free Diet attempts to go beyond commonly accepted beliefs about the nature of people, to look past things that we all accept as “true” and see deeper into our own human nature.

About the Author: Chris Drysdale holds a master’s degree in anthropology, specializing in culture, religion, and Southeast Asia. His two current hobbies are studying the history of Western thought and East Asian cultural history.

Primates updates Sundays.


3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! While I have never been formerly trained in anthropology, I find a lot of the questions you bring up in this blog naturally arise in my cultural exchange work now. I’m looking forward to reading more of your entries.

  2. And thanks for stopping by my blog, too. As a scholar of religion, I have a special place in my heart for Shinto. That’s how I found your blog in the first place.

    Congrats on your job with JET. I’m sure it’s pretty interesting working overseas and helping new teachers face the challenges of culture shock.

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