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AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , March 13th, 2018


As blogger Rhiannon and I slog through the end of the semester, we’re striving to post at least 1 blog post per week. Despite our want to continue…


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AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , March 13th, 2018


As blogger Rhiannon and I slog through the end of the semester, we’re striving to post at least 1 blog post per week. Despite our want to continue…


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Geek Culture and Games in the Classroom

Jennifer Long , February 1st, 2018


What’s wrong with your patient?Do all the symptoms and signs point to one diagnosis?Or are there multiple diseases at work?Can you remember which symptoms indicate which diseases?This is…


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Geek Culture and Games in the Classroom

Jennifer Long , February 1st, 2018


What’s wrong with your patient?Do all the symptoms and signs point to one diagnosis?Or are there multiple diseases at work?Can you remember which symptoms indicate which diseases?This is…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Preliminary Findings

Jennifer Long , November 17th, 2017


On November 13th, anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continued her One Size Does Not Fit All series where she provides readers with an overview of her new pedagogical…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Preliminary Findings

Jennifer Long , November 17th, 2017


On November 13th, anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continued her One Size Does Not Fit All series where she provides readers with an overview of her new pedagogical…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Encouraging Participation without Coercing Participation

Jennifer Long , November 13th, 2017


We take up from where we left off on November 8th when anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continued her overview of her new pedagogical research project in collaboration…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Encouraging Participation without Coercing Participation

Jennifer Long , November 13th, 2017


We take up from where we left off on November 8th when anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continued her overview of her new pedagogical research project in collaboration…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Research on Mature Students’ Educational Experiences

Jennifer Long , November 8th, 2017


In a follow up from our post on November 2nd, anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continues to discuss her new pedagogical research project in collaboration with Ms. Silvie Tanu Halim…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Research on Mature Students’ Educational Experiences

Jennifer Long , November 8th, 2017


In a follow up from our post on November 2nd, anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continues to discuss her new pedagogical research project in collaboration with Ms. Silvie Tanu Halim…


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Did I plagiarize? A flow chart

Rhiannon Mosher , November 6th, 2017


For teachers and students alike, early November is the heart of the mid-term assignment swamp. As we wade through various assignments, questions of how to maintain academic integrity…


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One Size Does Not Fit All – Anthropological & Pedagogical Research on Mature Students

Jennifer Long , November 2nd, 2017


In a follow up from our post on Monday, anthro everywhere! blogger Jennifer Long continues to discuss her new pedagogical research project in collaboration with Ms. Silvie Tanu…


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One size does not fit all – Applying Anthropological Principals to Pedagogical Research

Jennifer Long , October 30th, 2017


Blogger Jennifer Long has begun a new research project which looks at the various ways in which students’ unique context and identities influence their learning experiences. Where you…


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Resources for Anti-Racist Pedagogy

Rhiannon Mosher , September 11th, 2017


As a scholar who “grew up” in anthropology decades after the crisis of representation debates emerged, I am well aware of the colonizing power dynamics in our discipline’s…


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Fake News: Questions and Resources for Back to Class and All Year Round

Rhiannon Mosher , September 7th, 2017


Ah, fake news.  As a phenomenon, its truthiness is both fascinating (from an epistemological perspective, at least) and highly troubling (from the perspective of anyone who cares about…


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Anthropology Podcasting

Rhiannon Mosher , August 24th, 2017


Heard any great podcasts lately? What about anthropology podcasts? We’ve posted about anthropology and podcasting before on anthro everywhere! as a way of communicating ethnography in a different …


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Jediism as Religion: Anthropology for a Changing World

Jennifer Long , August 17th, 2017


Last Thursday, anthroeverywhere! wrote about Gillian Parrish’s post on Jedi-training in the classroom, which they use as a means to teach implicit skills such as empathy to students. Today, w…


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Syllabi resources for challenging systemic racism, colonization, and more

Rhiannon Mosher , August 14th, 2017


In the wake of the horrific, racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, it is important for anthropologists to think about our voice in university classrooms as…


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The Connection between Anthropology and Jedi Training

Jennifer Long , August 10th, 2017


Gillian Parrish wrote a post for Magna’s Faculty Focus magazine entitled Jedi Training: Developing Habits of Perception in Our Disciplines. In this piece, Parrish describes how longstanding practi…


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Perspectives: checking out the new #OpenAccess textbook

Rhiannon Mosher , August 7th, 2017


In a recent post, Anthrodendum (formerly Savage Minds) highlights the new open-access teaching resource Perspectives: An Open Invitation to Cultural Anthropology. This new, open-access textbook is a pr…


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An Anthropologist In Situ: Canadian Engineering Education Association 2017 Conference

Jennifer Long , June 15th, 2017


As mentioned in our previous blog post, I recently spoke about the potential of bringing anthropological ethics into Engineering classrooms (as per my current teaching role). I was…


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Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy

Rhiannon Mosher , May 25th, 2017


As anthropologists, we frequently teach about power dynamics and social inequality in our classrooms. Especially in the context of efforts to decolonize anthropology, many of us reflect on…


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Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy

Rhiannon Mosher , May 25th, 2017


As anthropologists, we frequently teach about power dynamics and social inequality in our classrooms. Especially in the context of efforts to decolonize anthropology, many of us reflect on…


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Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus

Rhiannon Mosher , May 18th, 2017


Adding to the impressive list of open access teaching resources, the Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus provides texts for “Teaching & Learning about anti-Muslim Racism in the United States.” The…


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