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CfP – Speaking more broadly: Adapting anthropological concepts for a broader audience

Rhiannon Mosher , April 5th, 2018


Following up on our previous post, AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists, Jennifer and I would like to take this opportunity to circulate a call for…


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CfP – Speaking more broadly: Adapting anthropological concepts for a broader audience

Rhiannon Mosher , April 5th, 2018


Following up on our previous post, AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists, Jennifer and I would like to take this opportunity to circulate a call for…


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How to frame your career transition

Rhiannon Mosher , February 26th, 2018


Today we are revisiting some still sound advice on How to Explain Your Career Transition that The Harvard Business Review first published back in 2013. This advice is especially…


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How to frame your career transition

Rhiannon Mosher , February 26th, 2018


Today we are revisiting some still sound advice on How to Explain Your Career Transition that The Harvard Business Review first published back in 2013. This advice is especially…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Saying yes to the project

Rhiannon Mosher , January 29th, 2018


Over the past few Mondays, we have been posting on the recent case-study research project I worked on with OCWI. Working with OCWI on this short-term project was…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Saying yes to the project

Rhiannon Mosher , January 29th, 2018


Over the past few Mondays, we have been posting on the recent case-study research project I worked on with OCWI. Working with OCWI on this short-term project was…


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Ethnography & Case-Study Research: Grey Literature

Rhiannon Mosher , January 22nd, 2018


What is “grey literature”? Is this a term that you use in your work? Why does knowing this language matter? The first time I heard the term “grey…


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Ethnography & Case-Study Research: Grey Literature

Rhiannon Mosher , January 22nd, 2018


What is “grey literature”? Is this a term that you use in your work? Why does knowing this language matter? The first time I heard the term “grey…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Applying an ethnographic approach

Rhiannon Mosher , January 15th, 2018


Last week, I shared my recent experiences being hired as a research assistant at Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation to conduct a case-study on a local example of…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Applying an ethnographic approach

Rhiannon Mosher , January 15th, 2018


Last week, I shared my recent experiences being hired as a research assistant at Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation to conduct a case-study on a local example of…


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Ethnography, Case-Study Research, and Program Evaluation (Oh my!)

Rhiannon Mosher , January 8th, 2018


What is Case-Study research? What about Program Evaluation? What role can Ethnography play in these other approaches to social research? As an anthropologist, “Program Evaluation” and “Case-Study Resea…


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Ethnography, Case-Study Research, and Program Evaluation (Oh my!)

Rhiannon Mosher , January 8th, 2018


What is Case-Study research? What about Program Evaluation? What role can Ethnography play in these other approaches to social research? As an anthropologist, “Program Evaluation” and “Case-Study Resea…


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After a job interview…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 14th, 2017


Following up on our post about crafting cover letters from earlier this week, we thought we’d share another career-related resource today: “The Checklist You Need to Run Through…


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After a job interview…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 14th, 2017


Following up on our post about crafting cover letters from earlier this week, we thought we’d share another career-related resource today: “The Checklist You Need to Run Through…


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Applying for a job with no experience…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 11th, 2017


When you have been in university for such a long time, you may feel like you don’t have any real experience for the jobs you are interested in…


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Applying for a job with no experience…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 11th, 2017


When you have been in university for such a long time, you may feel like you don’t have any real experience for the jobs you are interested in…


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Collaboration between Academics and Industry: Canhoto and Quinton

Jennifer Long , December 4th, 2017


Are you an academic looking for ways to collaborate with industry stakeholders (or vice versa)? Check out a (relatively…) recent blog post on LSE Impact Blog detailing Ana…


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Collaboration between Academics and Industry: Canhoto and Quinton

Jennifer Long , December 4th, 2017


Are you an academic looking for ways to collaborate with industry stakeholders (or vice versa)? Check out a (relatively…) recent blog post on LSE Impact Blog detailing Ana…


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Anthropologists everywhere! Filming heavy metal with Sam Dunn

Rhiannon Mosher , October 2nd, 2017


The first time I met Sam Dunn was in the smoking room (when those still existed) of a dive-y bar that my cohort of Dalhousie MA students used…


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The Event! Designing Human Futures

Jennifer Long , September 28th, 2017


Dr. Paul Hartley came to McMaster last night to give us a talk about Reassessing our (i.e. Humans’) Relationship with Technology. The talk was extremely useful in that…


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What can Anthro do? …. Discuss the Future Relationship of Design, Technology and its Human Creators

Jennifer Long , September 21st, 2017


On September 27th, McMaster University will host Dr. Paul Hartley, a Senior Anthropologist at Idea Couture in Toronto, ON and now, co-founder and Director of the Institute for…


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Thinking about careers outside of the Academy: NIH’s OITE Careers Blog

Rhiannon Mosher , August 31st, 2017


The American National Institutes of Health (NIH) has a thorough Career Services blog providing a wealth of advice that will be of use for recent grads and graduate students….


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Anthropology Blogs for the Affluent Tech-Thusiast?

anthro everywhere! , July 27th, 2017


Scientific American identifies its 9 million strong readership as educated and affluent adults. The magazine is #1 when reaching ‚Äútech-thusiasts” who they define as individuals who own and u…


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Anthropologists everywhere! Alternative Anthro Careers

anthro everywhere! , July 24th, 2017


There have been quite a few posts on this blog where we discuss not-so-run-of-the-mill jobs that anthropologists find themselves in (click on our label ‘what can anthro do?’,…


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