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Jason Antrosio
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“This course came out of my interest in helping students understand the power of engaged scholarship to solve global problems,” Browne says. “There are so many ways we can impact real lives and policies.”
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Note that a 2009 article by Aimee Cox, "The BlackLight Project and Public Scholarship: Young Black Women Perform against and through the Boundaries of Anthropology" is still free-to-read from the October issue of Open Antrhopology. Plus other good stuff!
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"The nation’s current political climate has exposed the role of racism and structural barriers in marginalizing communities, which enables people in those communities to focus on developing new ways to address inequality"
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"An author, anthropologist and Harlem Renaissance legend, Hurston was also a folklorist, dedicated to strict, accurate field transcriptions and the idea that black culture was not monolithic, according to Anna Lillios"
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"My ethnographic account of the sedimentation of a river in the Colombian Amazon after intensified gold mining is not a simple tale of victims and perpetrators of environmental crimes & damages." By Kristina Lyons on @Engaged_EAnthro "Toxic Bodies"
Commentary: Toxic Bodies, Part II
Commentary: Toxic Bodies, Part II
aesengagement.wordpress.com
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Currently difficult to get "Mau Moko: The World of Maori Tattoo" by Ngahuia Te Awekotuku which "was voted the Māori Book of the Decade in the inaugural Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards." The French version is more reasonably priced.
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"Author & activist Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MNZM has been given the title of Emeritus Professor by the University of Waikato.
Professor Te Awekotuku became the first Māori woman to earn a PhD in Aotearoa in 1981, also from the University of Waikato"
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"Histories of Violence is a multi-media forum dedicated to exploring the theoretical, empirical and aesthetic dimensions to violence." posted by @Martijn5155
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"We came to American Samoa to retest the model because you can’t generalize a scientific finding from 29 mostly women in Alabama to much of anyone else... And we came because the Samoan Islands have the longest continuous history of tattooing" by @Chris_Ly
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"a deep understanding of American culture is the difference between buying WhatsApp for a couple of million and several billion. This thing called culture, it can save you a fortune." By @Grant27
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