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The Internet & Democracy: Have We Learned Anything?

MPeterson , December 18th, 2018

In the first wake of the Egyptian uprisings, and their framing as a “Facebook” revolution or Twitter revolution or “social media revolution” there was a lot of Utopian discours…


Are podcasts a wasteland? (with a post script about Kurt Wagner)

Grant , October 31st, 2018

This image of Rebecca Walker is from the Wikipedia entry for Third Wave Feminism (I can’t find an attribution for the image on this page or the one…

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New Book Chapter On Mediated Experience Of The Uprisings

MPeterson , May 19th, 2018

This just in: I have a new book chapter out on the Egyptian uprisings. The title is “Mediated Experience in the Egyptian Revolution” and it appears in Digital…


Ep. #8 Savage Bitcoin, hamster flushing, scholars at work, and New Mandala: this month on TFS

The Familiar Strange , February 18th, 2018

This month, Ian (1:25) digs into Bitcoin, arguing that the cryptocurrency is no different than regular currencies, and can be analyzed along all the same lines: symbolically, materially,…

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Adventures in Blogging: Bringing Anthropology to the World

Anne , February 15th, 2018

For World Anthropology Day, we asked Paul Stoller to share his thoughts on the urgent need for a more public anthropology, as well as his ideas about blogging…

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Book Review: Personal Style Blogs: Appearances That Fascinate by Rosie Findlay

Rose Deller , February 15th, 2018

In Personal Style Blogs: Appearances That Fascinate, Rosie Findlay analyses the development of personal style blogs from their early origins, situating this sub-genre of fashion blog within a ‘l…

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Five Years of Teaching Culture

Anne , December 21st, 2017

Five years ago this fall we launched an experiment. As an editor at a university press, with an interest in ethnographic methods and a mandate for publishing teaching-oriented…

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Anthropology Blogs 2017 & Open Anthropology

philbu , December 14th, 2017

A list of anthropology blogs collected by Jason Antrosio of “Living Anthropologically”: https://www.livinganthropologically.com/anthropology-blogs-2017/ Including the new anthropology grou…

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Visual Anthropology Of The Egyptian Revolution (And Beyond)

MPeterson , October 12th, 2017

A special issue of the journal Visual Anthropology brings together seven scholars exploring visual aspects of political contestation in the Middle East, especially the Arab Spring.   The issue …


“The Road Goes Ever On and On”: The PhD Candidate, Uncertainty and Creative #Blogging

Christopher Diming , October 4th, 2017

To say that a PhD in anthropology represents a journey is equal parts cliché and “social fact,” at least for some students. In this short blog post, I…


The Stories Bones Tell w/ Kristina Killgrove

Gamwell , June 28th, 2017

Click here to read our blog post on Savage Minds This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog…

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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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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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Coding Culture III: Four More (Advanced) Hacks for the Digital Anthropology Classroom

Katherine Cook , April 20th, 2017

This is the third post in a multi-part blog series in which Katherine Cook shares her experiences integrating digital anthropology into her teaching. The applications for digital technology in…

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Jason Antrosio , April 17th, 2017

On Monday, April 17 at 7:30pm in Anderson Center for the Arts at Hartwick College, award-winning e-commerce marketing executive and television personality Bonin Bough will discuss “Hackonomy: Le…

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Fractocurrentism and the anthropologist of the future (TAOTF) …

The Anxious Anthropologist , January 2nd, 2017

Will be a world view  Will reconceptualise disciplinary thinking and skill sets  TAOTF will be better known  TAOTF will probably do fiewldwork at home, locally or … –…

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Blogging again?

Dr. Marranci , August 19th, 2016

 My last post in this blog was two years ago. It has been a long time with many things happening in my life, both in the personal and academically…

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Anthropology 101: Managing a Blog

Marie-Pierre Renaud , May 18th, 2016

With this series, the TGA team had several objectives. One was to share some of our own wisdom and knowledge with those of you who are considering starting to blog….

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Taking up Space

The Anxious Anthropologist , May 16th, 2016

 Nine years ago when I started my doctoral studies not only was I in a fertile intellectual endeavour undertaking fieldwork, reading theory, stretching my brain and writing,…

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Shiny! A Geek Anthropologist Newsletter!

Marie-Pierre Renaud , May 13th, 2016

Hello amazing TGA readers! At the end of May, we’ll be launching a brand new TGA newsletter. Each month, we’ll provide subscribers with: a list of recent posts;…

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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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Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Marie-Pierre Renaud , February 7th, 2016

Looking back on our goals for 2015, you might notice that we didn’t exactly keep up with our objectives. What happened? Which brings me to another questions you…

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Defending Anthropology 101 and the Mega-Class: Relevant Teaching for the 21st Century

Jason Antrosio , February 4th, 2016

On 4-5 February 2016, honored to participate in several sessions around the theme “Defending Anthropology 101 and the Mega-Class: Relevant Teaching for the 21st Century.” The idea of…

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Screw the gift economy, a reply to Clay Shirky

Grant , December 16th, 2015

I came across a post today by Gaby Dunn called “Get rich or die vlogging: The sad economics of internet fame.” Dunn gives us YouTube and Instagram celebrities…

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