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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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The Yin and Yang of Design Anthropology with Dr. Elizabeth Dori Tunstall

Gamwell , October 11th, 2017


In this Conversations episode of This Anthro Life, Adam Gamwell and guest host/TAL correspondent Matt Artz explore the world of Design Anthropology with the help of Dr. Elizabeth…


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Solutionism – The Role of Technology in Solving SocioTechnical Problems

Jennifer Long , September 14th, 2017


It all began, over a year ago (June 2016), with what author Ethan Zuckerman described as hate-linking. Through this practice, Zuckerman stumbled upon and read an article by…


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What do Cultural Anthropologists do? "Decode" Human Behaviour

Jennifer Long , August 28th, 2017


According to a recent article (August 3, 2017) in the Financial Post, Martin Birt discusses the work of Johanna Faigelman, CEO and founding partner of Human Branding. In answer…


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As the summer winds down…GET OFF MY LAWN!!

Jennifer Long , August 21st, 2017


At the beginning of the summer, Krystal D’Costa wrote an intriguing piece about The American Obsession with Lawns. Don’t think you’re interested in green, gardening? This post has…


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The Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Two

Jennifer Long , July 31st, 2017


As an anthropologist teaching technical communications, I often reflect on the merits of active, concise, and accessible communication styles that I didn’t learn while studying my undergraduate or…


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the congo dandies

zephyrin_xirdal , July 29th, 2017


  Description by RT Documentaries: ““La Sape” is a unique movement based in Congo that unites fashion-conscious men who are ready to splurge money they don’t really have…


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The Packaging of Anthropological Knowledge and Its Merits According to Market Research Experts

Jennifer Long , June 29th, 2017


In a Harvard Business Review article To Get More Out of Social Media, Think Like an Anthropologist authors Susan Fournier, John Quelch, and Bob Rietveld (August 16, 2016) advocate…


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Anthropology + Science Journalism = A New Genre? w/ Daniel Salas of SAPIENS

Ryan Collins , June 21st, 2017


Click here to check out the TAL + SM blog post This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and…


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Anthropology has Always been Out There w/ Ed Liebow and Leslie Walker of the AAA

Ryan Collins , June 14th, 2017


This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that…


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TAL + SM: Anthropology has Always been Out There

This Anthro Life , June 14th, 2017


This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover Series, part 2 by Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins, with Leslie Walker This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds…


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Free Think 6 – Who Are the 13,000?

Nina Oria-Loureiro , May 13th, 2017


FreeThink 6 – Who Are the 13,000? In this week’s Free Think, Adam and Ryan introduce a new member of our team, Matt, who will be leading a…


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Free Think 6 – Who Are the 13,000?

Nina Oria-Loureiro , May 13th, 2017


FreeThink 6 – Who Are the 13,000? In this week’s Free Think, Adam and Ryan introduce a new member of our team, Matt, who will be leading a…


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The case for culture in business, as clearly and forcefully as I can make it

Grant , May 2nd, 2017


This is an abbreviation of talk I gave for the design firm Thomas Pigeon in early April. It puts the “case for culture in business” as forcefully as I…


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Education, Experience & Output: Sharing Neoliberalized Space

Scott Schwartz , February 8th, 2017


The City University of New York (CUNY) is the largest urban university system in the country and ranks alongside the California and New York State systems for total…


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Imaginative Ethnography Syllabi (CIE)

Rhiannon Mosher , February 6th, 2017


The Centre for Imaginative Ethnography has gathered links to a number of syllabi that “attend to some combination of performance, theatre, visual media, writing and ethnography.” This treasure…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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More maps!

Rhiannon Mosher , January 16th, 2017


Maps are a useful tool for helping us make sense of our world. For anthropologists, they are also useful tools for critically thinking about the kinds global-local social…


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More maps!

Rhiannon Mosher , January 16th, 2017


Maps are a useful tool for helping us make sense of our world. For anthropologists, they are also useful tools for critically thinking about the kinds global-local social…


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Anthropologizing Software and Design

Rhiannon Mosher , January 12th, 2017


Charles Pearson is an anthropologist working in tech who has written a few great articles for Medium on his experiences. In his recent piece, “Why Every Software Team…


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Anthropologizing Software and Design

Rhiannon Mosher , January 12th, 2017


Charles Pearson is an anthropologist working in tech who has written a few great articles for Medium on his experiences. In his recent piece, “Why Every Software Team…


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Mapping the world?

Rhiannon Mosher , December 8th, 2016


At anthro everywhere! we’ve already written a couple of posts about how maps powerfully represent certain social realities. Today’s post adds a couple of new resources for teaching…


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Mapping the world?

Rhiannon Mosher , December 8th, 2016


At anthro everywhere! we’ve already written a couple of posts about how maps powerfully represent certain social realities. Today’s post adds a couple of new resources for teaching…


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