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In preparing to finally update for Anthropology Blogs 2016, went back to this 2012 summary. Interesting to see which persist, which have changed, and some people I miss.
http://anthropologyreport.com/anthropology-blogs/
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At a time when liberal arts learning and global cosmopolitanism is most needed, please help us support the French and German majors at Hartwick College!
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Not sure why the comment thread on this page exploded, or why it has been so "hot" lately, but,

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Fallece el antropólogo Sidney Mintz importante colaborador del Recinto, updated to http://anthropologyreport.com/in-memoriam-sidney-mintz-1922-2015/ & link to lengthy 2014 interview.
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Bolivia is one of South America’s most vibrant & paradoxical countries. For the 2017 Hartwick College J Term, you can discover Bolivian peoples & culture!
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4-5 February 2016 at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill: "Defending Anthropology 101 and the Mega-Class: Relevant Teaching for the 21st Century."
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"American Anthropology has perhaps lost the last of a generation of intellectual giants to come out of Columbia University in the 1950s. Professor Sidney Mintz was THE personification of the old expression a gentleman and a scholar."
http://anthropologyreport.com/in-memoriam-sidney-mintz-1922-2015/#comment-2435208256
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