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Race, Racism, & Protesting Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , June 30th, 2020


In October 2015, Sallie Han and I put out our third co-edited issue of Open Anthropology, “Race, Racism, and Protesting Anthropology.” The articles in that issue have again…


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Trade

Jason Antrosio , December 9th, 2019


Issues of trade have come to renewed attention, as the global trading system has been rocked by upended agreements and cries for economic populism. Anthropology has long been…


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2019 American Anthropology Master’s Career Survey

Jason Antrosio , June 18th, 2019


< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd"> Tell us your story! Graduate anthropology students want to know what they can do with their degree and what…


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Long Read Review: Think Like an Anthropologist by Matthew Engelke

Rose Deller , August 16th, 2018


In Think Like an Anthropologist, Matthew Engelke offers a concise history of anthropology, drawing on a variety of ethnographic works and theoretical tools to dissect nine key concepts…


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Volunteer Tourism

Jason Antrosio , March 28th, 2018


Reading Suggestions? I am posting this as a request for helpful readings and sources on Volunteer Tourism. The request comes via a Twitter message from Claire Hoeschele, an…


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SEA at #AmAnth2018

Jason Antrosio , March 26th, 2018


Image: Money from Nothing: Indebtedness and Aspiration in South Africa by Deborah James. Money from Nothing won the 2017 Society for Economic Anthropology book prize. 2018 American Anthropological…


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Guns & Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , February 19th, 2018


For the March issue of Open Anthropology we will be highlighting anthropological responses and ethnographic resources on the topics of guns, gun violence, gun safety, and gun control….


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Teaching Trouillot

Jason Antrosio , October 11th, 2017


Contemporary Anthropological Theory This guest post on “Teaching Trouillot in Contemporary Anthropological Theory” is by Elizabeth Ferry, Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. …


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Teaching Trouillot

Jason Antrosio , October 11th, 2017


Contemporary Anthropological Theory This guest post on “Teaching Trouillot in Contemporary Anthropological Theory” is by Elizabeth Ferry, Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. …


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Teach Archaeology at Hartwick College

Jason Antrosio , September 28th, 2017


Hartwick Archaeology As mentioned in the Hartwick Anthropology Survey, 2017-2018 marks the first retirement from Hartwick Anthropology. Professor David Anthony, acclaimed author of The Horse, the Whee…


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Teach Archaeology at Hartwick College

Jason Antrosio , September 28th, 2017


Hartwick Archaeology As mentioned in the Hartwick Anthropology Survey, 2017-2018 marks the first retirement from Hartwick Anthropology. Professor David Anthony, acclaimed author of The Horse, the Whee…


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Anthropology has Always been Out There w/ Ed Liebow and Leslie Walker of the AAA

Ryan Collins , June 14th, 2017


This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that…


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TAL + SM: Anthropology has Always been Out There

This Anthro Life , June 14th, 2017


This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover Series, part 2 by Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins, with Leslie Walker This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds…


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Writing “in my Culture” w/ Zoe Wool and Alex Golub of Savage Minds

Gamwell , June 7th, 2017


Click the image above to read the blog post on Savage Minds What a title! This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a…


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Music of Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , June 5th, 2017


Music, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology For the June 2017 issue of Open Anthropology I assembled 15 articles for an issue titled “Music – Anthropology – Life.” Under the new agree…


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Music of Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , June 5th, 2017


Music, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology For the June 2017 issue of Open Anthropology I assembled 15 articles for an issue titled “Music – Anthropology – Life.” Under the new agree…


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Anthropology Matters

Shirley A. Fedorak , May 2nd, 2017


Author Shirley A. Fedorak discusses the changes to the new edition of Anthropology Matters and how they are grounded in a need to make anthropology relevant to today’s…


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The CIA and American Anthropology: Tracing Funding, Tracing Impacts

Jason Antrosio , March 21st, 2017


Sponsored by the Hardy Chair Lecture Series, the Hartwick College Department of Anthropology presented a public lecture by Dr. David H. Price, Professor of Anthropology at Saint Martin’s…


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CIA & Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , March 21st, 2017


The CIA and Anthropology Sponsored by the Hardy Chair Lecture Series, the Hartwick College Department of Anthropology presented a public lecture by Dr. David H. Price, Professor of…


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Anthropology’s Unfinished Revolution

Jason Antrosio , December 27th, 2016


The Discovery of Sidney Mintz I delivered this paper at the 2016 meetings of the American Anthropological Association. The panel was titled “The Legacies of Sidney Mintz: Discovering…


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Anthropology’s Unfinished Revolution

Jason Antrosio , December 26th, 2016


The Discovery of Sidney Mintz I delivered this paper at the 2016 meetings of the American Anthropological Association. The panel was titled “The Legacies of Sidney Mintz: Discovering…


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World Atlas: Story telling & world building made easier

Grant , June 2nd, 2016


“Everyone is talking about story telling, right? This is is what it looks like!” Sunday, we had the extended family over for Memorial Day festivities. I called the older…


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How to manage many stakeholders

Grant , April 12th, 2016


A note on style: I wrote this in a hotel room somewhere. I used Scapple from Literature and Latte to do it.  It was really just a note…


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In Memoriam, Sidney Mintz, 1922-2015

Jason Antrosio , December 28th, 2015


Professor Sidney Wilfred Mintz, affectionately known as “Sid,” passed away on December 26, 2015. In a first and now widely-shared post, Elizabeth Dunn succinctly conveyed the thoughts of…


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