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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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Missing Professor Elizabeth "Liz" Brumfiel on her birthday.
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There is a difference between anthropology and a political hack posing as an anthropologist.
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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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Hello Anthropocene: Climate Change and Anthropology
A new issue, articles open for six months.
AAA Open Anthropology: A Public Journal of the American Anthropological Association
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Updated! With thanks to "The Value Question" on Twitter or http://www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/subjects/social-anthropology/our-research/projects/domestic-moral-economy/ for the reminder that today is the late anthropologist Eric Wolf's birthday.
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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.