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4-5 February 2016 at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill: "Defending Anthropology 101 and the Mega-Class: Relevant Teaching for the 21st Century."
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"American Anthropology has perhaps lost the last of a generation of intellectual giants to come out of Columbia University in the 1950s. Professor Sidney Mintz was THE personification of the old expression a gentleman and a scholar."
http://anthropologyreport.com/in-memoriam-sidney-mintz-1922-2015/#comment-2435208256
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Today, Thursday at 1:45pm Mountain Standard Time I'll be live-tweeting #aaa2015 #purposefulpain from @JasonAntrosio. Download abstracts here!
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What makes race a salient factor for life outcomes? Well, that would be because of structured racism.
“Race is not an accurate or productive way to describe human biological variation.” Wait, what? See Race Reconciled for how you can't get race from bones!
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Fallece el antropólogo Sidney Mintz importante colaborador del Recinto, updated to http://anthropologyreport.com/in-memoriam-sidney-mintz-1922-2015/ & link to lengthy 2014 interview.
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