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“When do data analytics and ethnographic analysis dovetail to crack a business case?” http://buff.ly/29e9g1P
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RT The New Yorker: President Ashraf Ghani is Afghanistan’s Jimmy Carter—a visionary technocrat who has no feel for politics.
Ghani is Afghanistan’s Jimmy Carter—a visionary technocrat who has alienated potential allies and has no feel for politics. Credit Photograph by Adam Ferguson for The New Yorker
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Diversity of Ages. Mind the Gap - Where are the young people in #archaeology? http://buff.ly/29rcF9J
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Marx Trot Sunday August 14, 2016 #Marx #walkingtourlondon http://buff.ly/295DCB2
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Reading Capital in Nottingham – every Wednesday, 11am-2pm, from July 20 until 28 Sept, 2016 http://buff.ly/296Xm62
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“I want a university in which great ideas are given time to mature and ripen” http://buff.ly/294P7Xz Allegra Lab
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RT Allegra Lab: Time to talk! Anthropologists on #Brexit: http://buff.ly/298qeJX. Full forum forthcoming at Social Anthropology EASA The Guardian Sarah Green
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"at stake is the political project enabling coordination at higher levels and multiple identities at lower levels."
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‘A gift from the sky’ – Lebanese diaspora in Africa http://buff.ly/295DYYF #anthropologyblogs
Over a century-and-a-half, a combination of political instability, economic forces, famine and conflict has brought successive waves of Lebanese to West Africa, from where they have fanned out acro…
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Joanna Davidson, Sacred Rice: Ethnography of Identity, Environment, & Development in West Africa. Review Mark Dailey
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Language Learning, Stigma, and Protecting a Potentially Spoiled Identity http://buff.ly/29rc1ss #anthropologyblogs
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