Tag: Anthropology of Science

Speaking for the Dead: Narratives of Genomics and Colonization

Anthropology365 , November 30th, 2020

This is a paper that I wrote for a Ph.D. course: Nature and Capitalism. I’ve been sitting on it and I don’t think I am going to do…

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Now on Youtube

Anthropology365 , April 8th, 2020

You can visit my YouTube channel: Anthropology 365. I am currently working on content that covers a field examination of the use of anthropogenic (human-made) spaces by reptiles…

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AES 2020 Abstract: Mediating Multispecies Relations Through Western and Indigenous Conservation

Anthropology365 , February 15th, 2020

Western notions of modernity have situated human society apart from nature, which encompasses those spaces and beings that are unmodified and unsullied by human activity. The Western conception…

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Teaching Evolution in the South: Framing Evolutionary Theory for Religious Students

Anthropology365 , April 8th, 2019

I am a biocultural anthropologist and teach at a university in the southern United States of America. This means that many of my students are religious and haven’t…

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Last Day of Summer I

Anthropology365 , June 22nd, 2018

Yesterday was the last day of the first summer session. I taught a section of LBST 2213 (anthropology of science) and I had students reflect of the semester…

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Conference Transcript: “Slipping Into Darkness: Recruiting and Student Understanding of Anthropology as a Field and Major”

Anthropology365 , February 11th, 2018

This is the transcript for the talk I gave at Skeletal Biology in the Carolina conference. You can see the PPT here: Slipping into Darkness Slide 1 Introduction Slide…

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The CRISPR Hack: Better, Faster, Stronger

Eben Kirksey , April 26th, 2016

Genetic testing technologies, which enable parents to create multiple embryos and then select the “best” for implantation, are already ubiquitous. Image by Jacopo Werther. Licensed under CC Attrib…

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