Tag: Capstone

Reflections on Stress and Place in the Time of Coronavirus

anthropolitanblog , February 12th, 2021


ByThea ProsserBSc Anthropology Two aspects of my anthropology course sprung to mind when I was reflecting upon the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown which I have experienced in…


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The Haunting Past of Anthropology: Why it is important for the present

anthropolitanblog , February 12th, 2021


BySteven LiuBSc Anthropology When I was asked about my major in university in front of a room of relatives, everyone at the dinner table fell into an embarrassing…


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Fracturing Anthropologies: Making it matter

anthropolitanblog , February 12th, 2021


ByPepe WeischerBSc Anthropology Answering the question “what is anthropology?” should be easy enough for someone who has been studying it for the past year. If friends and family…


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Baking and Breaking Bread: The COVID-19 lockdown’s obsession with sourdough

anthropolitanblog , February 12th, 2021


ByIzzy DaviesBSc Anthropology As this article will demonstrate, in times of chronic waiting due to social exclusion, people seek out tasks that give structure and integrate them into…


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Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic: The privilege of social distancing

anthropolitanblog , February 12th, 2021


ByMai PedersenBSc Anthropology When the coronavirus first broke out, what really struck me was the amount of panic that spread across the world and how varied the initial…


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