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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Abolition and the Colonial Amnesia of Caribbean Prison Systems

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds/Blogs , August 25th, 2020


The need for alternatives to prisons and prison reform in the Caribbean is long past due IntroductionProcesses of historical erasure scar the Caribbean and remove transhistorical context. …


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Reigniting student activism at UWI

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , June 21st, 2020


This co-authored op-ed from University of the West Indies, Sociology PhD candidate Nathan Chapman and myself, is meant as a conversation starter about the importance of student activism…


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Reigniting student activism at UWI

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds/Blogs , June 21st, 2020


This co-authored op-ed from University of the West Indies, Sociology PhD candidate Nathan Chapman and myself, is meant as a conversation starter about the importance of student activism…


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A Game Changer for Graduate Schools and Anthropology

Chelsea Horton , June 3rd, 2020


Recent articles in the Chronicle of Higher Education and the Scientist both highlight the fact that graduate students are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Graduate students at…


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Can academics change the world?

Fran Barone , January 19th, 2020


Via The Conversation: Research and creative thinking can change the world. This means that academics have enormous power. But, as academics Asit Biswas and Julian Kirchherr have warned,…


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Allegralaboratory: Next step

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari , September 3rd, 2018


Dear Allies, after a ‘magical intellectual carpet ride’ that has already lasted for five years, it is time for a new chapter in the life of our beloved…


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#Review: The Road – An Ethnography of (Im)Mobility, Space, and Cross-border Infrastructures in the Balkans

Evanthia Patsiaoura , February 1st, 2018


Central to the capturing cover-image, the downhill stone-paved street of the Pazari district of Gjirokastër, south Albania, reflects the orientation of Dimitris Dalakoglou’s book The Road: An Ethnogra…


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When your Business Stalls, it’s time to Evolve: Unpacking Corporate Anthropology with Dr. Andi Simon

Gamwell , January 25th, 2017


How can we make change easier? Do women lead differently from men? What is corporate anthropology? Ryan, Adam, and Aneil are back to answer these questions and more…


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Creating and debating Harari identity over the internet

John Postill , August 27th, 2016


This is the tenth (10th) set of notes under the theme of media and change in preparation for the volume Postill, J., E. Ardevol and S. Tenhunen (eds.)…


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Islam, broadcast media, and the remaking of religious experience in Mali

John Postill , May 22nd, 2016


See below a seventh (7th) set of notes under the theme of media and change in preparation for the volume Postill, J., E. Ardevol and S. Tenhunen (eds.)…


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Marina Gold: The end of the pink tide: Cuba

Focaal Web Editor , April 25th, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). Does Obama’s visit herald the…


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33. Iñigo Errejón: Podemos as an emergent cultural practice

John Postill , March 27th, 2016


Photo credit: ca.wikipedia.org This is the thirty-third post in the freedom technologists series I have pasted below some highlights (in Spanish) of an excellent interview with Podemos’ &#8216…


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For anthropologists, is interdisciplinarity ever truly a meeting of equals?

The Anxious Anthropologist , February 20th, 2016


I recently read a Twitter post which asserted that interdisciplinarity was never a meeting of equals. As an anthropologist working outside of an academic department I met this…


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The jacket

The Anxious Anthropologist , January 20th, 2016


I’m trying a new strategy at work to raise my oomph and improve my legit appeal. I’m no slouch when it comes to sparring about ideas, concepts and…


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The mediated modernities of Tuareg smith women

John Postill , January 20th, 2016


Occasionally I will be posting on this blog some notes under the broad theme of media and change in preparation for the volume Postill, J., E. Ardevol and…


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Money Trees

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds/Blogs , December 20th, 2015


We all know money grows on trees so why should we change… So lets pretend the Paris agreement went much further than it ever could in the quest…


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Money Trees

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , December 20th, 2015


We all know money grows on trees so why should we change… So lets pretend the Paris agreement went much further than it ever could in the quest…


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Money Trees

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , December 20th, 2015


We all know money grows on trees so why should we change… So lets pretend the Paris agreement went much further than it ever could in the quest…


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My Home is my Castle

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds/Blogs , October 25th, 2015


Anthropology and architecture through the eyes of PhD Candidate Leniqueca Welcome  Recently I had the pleasure of reading the work of a budding local anthropologist/architect, Ms. Len…


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My Home is my Castle

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , October 25th, 2015


Anthropology and architecture through the eyes of PhD Candidate Leniqueca Welcome  Recently I had the pleasure of reading the work of a budding local anthropologist/architect, Ms. Len…


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My Home is my Castle

Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , October 25th, 2015


Anthropology and architecture through the eyes of PhD Candidate Leniqueca Welcome  Recently I had the pleasure of reading the work of a budding local anthropologist/architect, Ms. Len…


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