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Conservative apologist columnist Brooks, "We’ve never had a major national leader as professionally unprepared...
America can unite by containing the new president.
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#Anthropology decides to read Foucault for Trump inauguration http://buff.ly/2jZ2jWK I'll share, but Foucault? Now? Not sure where to start
By: Paige West and JC Salyer In the wake of the 2016 US presidential election scholars across the country and internationally have worked to understand the drivers for the election outcomes.…
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Links to reader comment on Mintz & Teaching, as well as resources for teaching without textbooks. http://buff.ly/2jgoJlN
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As we’re wrapping up what may be the worst year in recent global memory, especially geopolitically, let’s take a moment to review some more positive things that came up at Lawnchair in …
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RT Anne Buchanan: Post-truth science?
This year was one that shook normal politics to its core. Our belief in free and fair elections, in the idea that politicians strive to tell the truth and are ashamed to be caught lying, in real news vs fake, in the importan...
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From Headline to Photograph, a Fake News Masterpiece Anthropologize away.
Cameron Harris, a recent college graduate, pulled six million people into his bogus story about the discovery of fraudulent ballots for Hillary Clinton.
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Size, Science, and Scientific Truth. Posted on January 13, 2017 by Adam Van Arsdale · Jerry Coyne, evolutionary geneticist at the University of Chicago and author of several biological texts as well as texts on evolution and faith, started an argument about the politics of the left and science in a post titled, ...
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Finding Myself Through My College Major Joshua Kam is studying history & classics, but could have been #anthropology
As someone born in Montana to Malaysian-Chinese parents, I’ve always dreaded the “Where are you from” question.
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Tenemos más de cuatro mil palabras procedentes del árabe, y no sólo de la "almohada" vive el ser humano. Estas palabras también provienen de la algarabía, el árabe hispano, el que se hablaba en Al Ándalus. Literalmente quiere...
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Was 2016 a harsh year for anthropologists passing? (from a Facebook comment)
But not about statistical celebrity-ness. It is people we've lost who resisted status quo! (as per Sarah Kendzior)
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Good journalism going on at the Guardian. I've become a member. #guardianmembers
Supporters protect our editorial freedom and help us seek out those stories that people are determined to keep hidden.
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