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My dissertation research on veganism was presented at the Oxford Brookes GetPublished Student Conference 2017, you can read more about it here:

#anthropology #vegan #veganism

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Autoethnography is Nonsense – An opinion piece by Robin Öberg

What are your thoughts on autoethnography? Leave your thoughts below in the comments section.

#anthropology #ethnography

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I've revamped and improved my article about fieldwork to be more informative and easier to read for new and experienced anthropologists alike. Don't forget that Harris-Jones #Anthropology is a learning resource so spread the word and get people interested in our favourite subject!

Share your fieldwork experiences on the article to help budding #anthropologists plan for their future studies.

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Can't afford to subscribe to big #‪anthropology‬ journals? Check out this list of great free, open-access journals available for reading online or download. This is a great way to keep up with anthropological research and ideas without having to rob a bank.

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The slow loris, you’ve no doubt seen pictures or videos of these adorably cute little primates all across the internet, but there is a darker side to this trend that needs to be exposed in order to save them from extinction.

Learn about this amazing creature, how the illegal wildlife trade is causing so much harm and how you can help! #anthropology #conservation #animals

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I have compiled a list of key texts in ‪#‎anthropology‬ to make it easier for you to know what's what in anthropological theory. I couldn't find a list concise enough to tell me the most important texts online, so I made one for you fabulous people! I hope this will be helpful for new and experienced anthropologists alike, so if you find it useful, share it around and spread the knowledge.

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Women have been the driving force behind many aspects of anthropological theory and methodology, and their contributions to ‪#‎anthropology‬ should not be forgotten. Here are some of the most influential female anthropologists and their contributions:

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Don't forget to download the HJA glossary, it's a handy way to keep on top of ‪#anthropology‬ jargon (and it's hopefully going to keep growing, so let me know if you have any suggestions).
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