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Gamwell , May 17th, 2017
How do academics write for a variety of audiences? Is routine a necessary part of creating? How many times will Ryan mention Stephen King? In this episode of…
→This Anthro Life
Nina Oria-Loureiro , November 17th, 2016
Have you ever felt disconnected from your relationships and your life because of your reliance on your phone and social media? Do you ever feel nostalgia for the…
Jason Baird Jackson , September 27th, 2016
This fall has been a particularly busy season for research-based programs at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. An an outgrowth of our Indiana Folk Arts: 200 Years…
→Shreds and Patches
Haidy Geismar , May 31st, 2016
Adam Drazin, UCL Anthropology How, when and why do people start to see something as”broken”? Do objects around the home just have two states, broken and working, or…
Razvan Nicolescu , February 15th, 2016
‘Good morning’ message received on WhatsApp [double-click on the image to see the video]. So, what does the ethnography of social media use in southeast Italy tells us? In my…
→Global Social Media Impact Study