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Paid-up AAA members got an unusual email in their inboxes the other day from Monica Heller, the president of the American Anthropological Association. It's unusual to get AAA direct mailing, and th...
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“I want to be taught that, not experience it.” Words of wisdom from my seven-year-old bubbie.
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Revised and re-posted with the launch of "Hello Anthropocene: Climate Change and Anthropology" and the big Anthropocene splash in Nature.
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Gary Wilder's new book, Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World (Duke University Press, 2015) builds upon the work he began in The French Imperial Nation State: Negritude … Continue reading... Posted in EnglishTagged Books about Anthropology ...
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The update is finally here, plus an opml file. Let me know about changes, additions, etc.
Click for best overview of Anthropology Blogs of 2015. Now you can download an opml file that you can use in your RSS reader.
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Why write something so lite and fluffy with no nutritional value?
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Every so often, the Jared Diamond comment stream heats up again.
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This is a social media mirror for Living Anthropologically. Living Anthropologically promotes anthropological research on biology, archaeology, culture, and language. Anthropology's moral optimism addresses contemporary issues.