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#BookReview: Digital Divisions

In the search to close the digital divide, which has been even more exposed since the COVID-19 pandemic, the insights about technological …


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A4Kids: how it all started

 “Anthropology for kids” as a research project I spent most of my life doing two things – raising children and moving from …


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#AisforAnthropology: Introduction

To kick-off our #AisforAnthropology thread, Nika Dubrovski  will be talking to us throughout the week about her project, A4Kids. Our hope is …


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Shannon Ward takes the page 99 test

My dissertation, Learning Language, Transforming Knowledge: Language Socialization in Amdo, Tibet, examines young children’s social and linguistic development in China’s western borderlands. …


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Open Call: #AnthroEducate!

Imagine dozens of tables in a huge hall, with 12-15 children sitting at each. They negotiate with each other, squabble, and make …


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