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Rhiannon Mosher , June 13th, 2016
In “The Dos and Don’ts of Cultural Appropriation” (2015, The Atlantic), author Jeni Avins argues that cultural appropriation can actually be a positive thing. Heavily focused on the…
Rhiannon Mosher , April 12th, 2016
Alongside all of the excitement and fanfare that accompanied the recent start to the 2016 MLB season (go Jays!), seeing sportscasters (and twitter users) discuss the team in…
anthropologyworks , December 7th, 2015
A view of Mauna Loa taken from a Pu'u near The Onizuka Center for International Astronomy Visitor Information Station at Mauna Kea. source: Wikipedia Saying no to…
Anth Sisters , August 27th, 2015
TW: Discussions of Racism Defining ethnocentrism Recognizing and addressing ethnocentrism is one of the most important parts of anthropological practice. Being ethnocentric involves evaluati…
Unknown , August 27th, 2015
Anth Sisters , July 30th, 2014
Books like Jimmy Nelson’s are important because they highlight the inner battle that occurs when consuming content that is simultaneously problematic and enjoyable. On the surface, this book…
Unknown , July 30th, 2014