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Live-streams Monday! Very honored & excited to be part of this.
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What does it take to get male commenters to understand and acknowledge their (White) male privilege?
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A must-read eye-opener by Al West, for anyone who's run into this hbd crowd--small group but they type a lot, and they'll surely get a boost from Nicholas Wade's forthcoming book.
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Perhaps there is no higher compliment to the field: by studying your fellow humans, you decrease your chances of successfully adopting dehumanizing structures.
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Interesting comment stream developing around Trouillot's quote: "Anthropology should abandon the fiction that it is not primarily a discourse to the West, for the West, and ultimately, about the West as a project."
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The source for Jared Diamond's numbers on skeletal height decline during agricultural transitions had always eluded me (and it gets reprinted in some textbooks). This comment from Ivor Goodbody seems to resolve the mystery.
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Getting a bit of a Twitter bump.
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Allegra: A virtual Lab of Legal Anthropology is looking for new contributors eager to share some of their research findings or their views on the future of anthropology and academic scholarship more broadly.
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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.