Tag: Cross-cultural Interaction

For the Love of Us All, No More Deplorables, Snowflakes, or Nasty Women

Carie Little Hersh , June 8th, 2017


8 Labels I Never Want to Hear Again There are several words that have gained in popularity over the last few years that I don’t ever want to…


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Casual Racism and the Problem of White Identity

Carie Little Hersh , November 29th, 2016


A Family Portrait My family is super white. We love brunch at IKEA, we have varying relationships with rhythm, and we feel slightly guilty about everything. Aside from…


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On the Backs of Other Mothers

Carie Little Hersh , November 3rd, 2016


I had no idea I was singing the saddest song about motherhood of all time. It all started when I became curious about a lullaby my grandmother used…


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The relevANTH Guide to Choosing a Culturally Sensitive Halloween Costume

Carie Little Hersh , October 14th, 2016


Just… no. It’s that time of year again, when millions of Americans hit the streets dressed as terrifying celebrities, food items, and ethically questionable depictions of others’ cul…


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The Hidden Cultural Values of Massholes and Y’all Qaeda

Carie Little Hersh , February 4th, 2016


Y’all Qaeda may be the newest sarcastic term for the Oregon militiamen, but embedded in the critique of militiamen as terrorists akin to Al Qaeda and ISIS (another…


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