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What Do We Owe the Informants Whose Data we Don’t Use?

Ian Pollock , April 18th, 2018


Ana provided me with generous amounts of knowledge, time, and care. She knew I was doing a doctorate, and the understanding between us was clear: her knowledge, and…


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What Can Anthropology Tell us about Data in the 21st Century?

hannahknox , January 25th, 2018


Last week I wrote a comment piece for the Corsham Institute’s Observatory for a Connected Society app asking ‘What can Anthropology tell us about data in the 21st…


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The Hidden Harm of Surgery

Alexandra Frankel , January 24th, 2018


How the data obfuscate surgical outcomes for obstetric fistula. A Niamey fistula center examination room. Alison Heller As the call to prayer reverberated in the thick, dust-filled evening…


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Ethnography & Case-Study Research: Grey Literature

Rhiannon Mosher , January 22nd, 2018


What is “grey literature”? Is this a term that you use in your work? Why does knowing this language matter? The first time I heard the term “grey…


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Ethnography & Case-Study Research: Grey Literature

Rhiannon Mosher , January 22nd, 2018


What is “grey literature”? Is this a term that you use in your work? Why does knowing this language matter? The first time I heard the term “grey…


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Online Open Research – A collaborative approach

standplaatswereld , December 22nd, 2017


By Matthias Teeuwen  –   Some time ago I wrote a blog about the possibilities emerging technologies offer to the practice of qualitative research. Back then, I wrote that…


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Book Review: Open Data and the Knowledge Society by Bridgette Wessels, Kush Wadhwa, Rachel L. Finn and Thordis Sveinsdottir

Rose Deller , November 23rd, 2017


In Open Data and the Knowledge Society, authors Bridgette Wessels, Kush Wadhwa, Rachel L. Finn and Thordis Sveinsdottir place the management of open data ecosystems at the heart of the…


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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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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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Writing better Conference Abstracts and crafting better Posters

Rhiannon Mosher , October 5th, 2017


We originally planned to write this post for grad students, but really, couldn’t we all benefit fit from learning a bit more about how to write a great…


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Data overload

The Anxious Anthropologist , August 21st, 2017


How do we proceed to live in a world in which data overwhelms us? At every point we seem to be participating in capture schemes that reduce us…


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Anthropologists Visualizing Data: Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Three

Jennifer Long , August 3rd, 2017


In line with the post from earlier this week, Anthro Everywhere! is revisiting the topic of visualizing data in accessible (i.e. easily consumable) ways. What do I mean…


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Conversations and Podcasting as Social Technology

Gamwell , July 14th, 2017


This episode is a little different from our normal content. In it we feature a presentation Adam gave for Pivotal Labs in which he explores This Anthro Life’s (and…


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How can we talk about our relationship with images? #ThinkingVisually

Arek Dakessian , May 29th, 2017


Why do images matter? How is it that these assemblages of pixels and ink come to shape not only our own view of ourselves, but also of the…


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Method and Politics in the Dee Estuary

hannahknox , April 21st, 2017


I am leading a research group at the moment called SLOM:Lab (Social life of Methods Lab). This is a blog post I wrote for the SLOM:Lab.org website last …


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Vulnerable Knowledge: DataRefuge and the Protection of Public Research

Scott Schwartz , February 12th, 2017


Judith Butler has written that “resistance is the mobilization of vulnerability,” arguing that precariousness animates action. This suggests that rather than a state of docile subjugation, vulnerabili…


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Emerging #Evidence

Kate Sullivan , November 10th, 2016


My goal is to skirt gingerly around evidence leaving it just where it lies, and instead to prod the contingent margins where iterative social practices and their artifacts…


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Archiving for the longue durée (Tools we use)

Kerim , August 16th, 2016


Do you backup? Good. But not good enough. First, lets talk about backup. A good backup strategy should be regular, redundant, and involve multiple locations. Regular, so that…


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PhD Year One

Angela VandenBroek , June 9th, 2014


I recently finished my first year of my PhD program in anthropology at Binghamton University. Now, I am course complete and working on bibliographies for my qualifying exams….


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