Tag: Blogs by Christina

Religious Ritual at the Credit Card Machine

Christina Lauren Quigley , November 24th, 2022

Ritual Shrine Offerings Among the Exotic Nacirema Tribe While it may seem that anthropologists have documented the most exotic rituals across the globe, the strangest rituals are still…


Ethnography.com launches on Youtube thanks to Chinese Smartphones in Africa

Christina Lauren Quigley , November 6th, 2022

Greetings Ethnography.com aficionados! My previous post “What Happens if Chinese Smartphones Teach English Lessons in Tanzania?” is now on Youtube. Keeping up with the times, Tony and I…


What Happens if Chinese Smartphones Teach English Lessons in Tanzania?

Christina Lauren Quigley , October 7th, 2022

English is the dominant global language of the world, it is the language of power, and control. But it is not the only language, and different people have…


What does a Chicken, Drums, Whiskey, Gossip, and International Diplomacy have in common?

What is Ethnography? Ethnografia ni nini?

The New Face of Ethnography, from Tanzania to Thailand

Rumba is good, even through war, through Ebola

Life as an Insect Inside a Glass Jar: Language Learning Through Immersion

A Liquor Store is like a Drive-Thru Cheers

Liquor Store Mind Bender Puzzle

Is Drumming Better than Prozac? An Anthropological Reflection

Would sobriety coins be an acceptable form of payment at the liquor store?

“Certain esoteric rites” for The Ethnographer

The Place That Is Our Home