Tag: cultural

Cantar en mexicano es conectarme con mis abuelos y mis antepasados

anthropologies , November 27th, 2020

Los movimientos migratorios dan como resultado una mezcla de personas, con formas de vida diferentes. Las migraciones del campo a la ciudad han llevado a cientos de jóvenes…


Dia de los Muertos- Celebrating the dead

Danielle Antoinette Marhanka , February 12th, 2017

Dia de los Muertos- Day of the dead Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a tradition and holiday that originates in Mexico, but is…

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Being a grad student with ADHD: An ode to constant ontological uncertainty.

Hilary Agro , February 4th, 2017

[Hi. I’m back. I’m digressing from my usual topics to get a little cathartic and personal for a bit. Don’t worry, for the next post we’ll be back…

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Don’t Panic! The Neuroscience behind falling into Balance w/ Vivek Pandey Vimal

Nina Oria-Loureiro , November 23rd, 2016

Are balance and movement something that can be culturally shaped? Why aren’t female rats being used in drug studies? In this episode of This Anthropological Life we team…

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Drugs are… good? No, that can’t be right. Can it?

Hilary Agro , September 15th, 2015

Like most academics, I’m obsessive. I spend a lot of my free time doing searches for new research on recreational drug use. I do this partly because there’s…

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