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Women Speak

Jason Antrosio , June 14th, 2019


< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd"> Open Anthropology on Gender, Language, & Power Following the March 2019 Open Anthropology issue on Walls, Fences, and Barriers:…


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Anthropology as Open Marriage

Jason Antrosio , May 6th, 2018


A New Life Style for Anthropologists This blog-post reproduces my comment on Paul Shankman’s “The Public Anthropology of Margaret Mead: Redbook, Women’s Issues, and the 1960s” publis…


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Hackonomy

Jason Antrosio , April 17th, 2017


Hackonomy April 2017 at Hartwick College featured a lecture by award-winning e-commerce marketing executive and television personality Bonin Bough. Bough discussed “Hackonomy: Lessons from the L…


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If I was going to be interviewed about blogging by The Geek Anthropologist: 15 questions

The Anxious Anthropologist , April 17th, 2016


  (… this is very informal…) Why do I blog? When you work outside academia and you’re not actively researching you still want to write, you still want…


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Anthropology Blogging 101: Anthropology Attacks!

Nick Mizer , June 5th, 2015


by Dick Powis This post is part of the Anthropology Blogging 101 series. Before I joined Savage Minds (SM), I had a blog called “Anthropology Attacks!” (AA; complete…


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