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REDUX: Boredom at #EASA2014

Originally published on February 6, 2015. On August 2nd, 2014, Allegra ran a panel titled ‘Boredom, Intimacy and Governance in ‘Normalized’ Times …


Flatulanthropology #BODY

When Jon was a PhD student at Edinburgh University in the early 1990s, there was a running joke about the possibility of …


REDUX: Scenes of #Gentrification

Scene One: London Soho and Bloomsbury I used to love London for its Indian and Thai vegan restaurants, vibrant queer cafes, independent …


Boredom as a practice

I was reading through my field notebooks lately and I came across a little ethnographic snippet of description. It is a description of a …