Tag: Anthropologies #21

Anthropologies #21: Weather changes people: stretching to encompass material sky dynamics in our ethnography

Ryan , September 24th, 2015


This entry is part 10 of 10 in the Anthropologies #21 series. Heid Jerstad brings our climate change issue to a close with this thoughtful essay. Jerstad (BA…


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Anthropologies #21: Global Warming is not a Crisis

Ryan , September 23rd, 2015


This entry is part 9 of 9 in the Anthropologies #21 series. For the next installment of the anthropologies issue on climate change, we have a counterpoint essay…


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Anthropologies #21: Betwixt and Between: Geological Phase Transition, Adaptive Co-Management, and Anthropology

Ryan , September 22nd, 2015


This entry is part 8 of 8 in the Anthropologies #21 series. The next piece in the anthropologies climate change series comes from Michael Agar. His bio is…


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Anthropologies #21: The Challenge of Motivated Reasoning: Science, Education, and Changing Climates

Ryan , September 18th, 2015


This entry is part 7 of 7 in the Anthropologies #21 series. Next up we have an essay about climate change and education from Joseph Henderson and David…


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Anthropologies #21: Why do we need to teach climate change in anthropology?

Ryan , September 13th, 2015


This entry is part 6 of 6 in the Anthropologies #21 series. Our next installment in the climate change series comes from Katherine J. Johnson, who is currently…


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Anthropologies #21: ‘Patabea se bariu’–Rethinking environmental change

Ryan , September 11th, 2015


This entry is part 5 of 5 in the Anthropologies #21 series. Our next essay comes from Elena Burgos-Martínez, who is currently completing her PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology…


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Anthropologies #21: Is There Hope for an Anthropocene Anthropology?

Ryan , September 5th, 2015


Up next for this issue we have Todd Sanders and Elizabeth Hall. Sanders is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. He has written extensively…


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Anthropologies #21: Agricultural Adaptations and their Socio-Political Parameters: Social Responses to Climate Change in Ghana and South Sudan

Ryan , September 3rd, 2015


The next installment for the anthropologies issue on climate change comes from Douglas La Rose. La Rose is the regional coordinator for the Agency for Technical Cooperation and…


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Anthropologies #21: Annual Review of Anthropology, Climate Change, Anthropocene

Ryan , August 31st, 2015


To kick off this issue, we begin with Sean Seary’s excellent overview of recent literature about anthropology’s engagement with climate. This review originally appeared on Anthropology Rep…


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Anthropologies #21: Climate Change Issue (Introduction)

Ryan , August 30th, 2015


For the latest issue of anthropologies, we’re taking a look at the ever contentious subject of climate change. Over the next week or so, we will be posting…


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