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Mamá quiero ser youtuber (y mi profe también). O del sinsentido en la innovación educativa.

anthropologies , May 6th, 2022

Read Time:2 Minute, 44 Second En los últimos años (y no tan últimos) parece que la educación no para de cambiar. El nuevo mandamien…


The TikTok of Anthropology

alex.clegg , March 17th, 2022

Author: Daniel Miller I want to make a slightly surprising suggestion. That my current ambition in anthropology is to become more like TikTok (or its original Chinese form…

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An Anthropological Approach to mHealth: Health & Care in the Smartphone Age

alex.clegg , March 3rd, 2022

Author: Charlotte Hawkins As part of the ASSA project, we are currently working to publish a volume called: ‘An Anthropological Approach to mHealth: Health & Care in the…

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Ori Schwarz on his book, Sociological Theory for Digital Society

| , January 3rd, 2022

https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Sociological+Theory+for+Digital+Society%3A+The+Codes+that+Bind+Us+Together-p-9781509542963 Interview by: Dan M. Kotliar Dan Kotliar: There is something very conv…

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Trinidad – The Potential of ‘Online Only’ Ethnography

Daniel Miller , December 21st, 2021

By Daniel Miller and Sheba Mohammid The ASSA project runs until October 2022. Mostly the last year of the project is dedicated to publishing our results, for example…

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Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 4

Georgiana Murariu , September 27th, 2021

By Georgiana Murariu and Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the fourth comic in our ASSA comics series, this time set in Kyoto, one of Laura…

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La segunda era de la máquina: 4ª revolución industrial

anthropologies , June 30th, 2021

Read Time:14 Minute, 36 Second Querido lector o lectora, estoy seguro de que has leído u oído más de una vez la celebérrima frase d…


Mi generación

anthropologies , March 23rd, 2021

Aquellos que nacimos a mediados de los años setenta y que estamos a punto de pasar el ecuador que separa la década de los cuarenta en dirección a…


El teatro de Instagram o por qué le añades efectos a tus selfies

anthropologies , March 22nd, 2021

Abres Instagram, vas a la sección de “añadir historia” y seleccionas el efecto que complemente tu rostro para que refleje tu estado de ánimo, vaya acorde al tipo…


Die Universität als ästhetisch-digitaler Raum. Ein Gespräch mit Oliver Ruf

Oliver Ruf , March 21st, 2021

Wer an einer Hochschule forscht und lehrt, dürfte spätestens in den vergangenen Monaten einen Großteil der Kommunikation und Arbeit in digitale Räume verlegt haben. Doch was könnte oder…

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Rachel Plotnick on her book, Power Button

| , January 18th, 2021

Interview by Kevin Laddapong https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/power-button Kevin Laddapong: In Power Button, you bring readers back to the early days of buttons and encourage readers to think…

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Philip Seargeant on his new book The Emoji Revolution

| , December 28th, 2020

Interview by Kevin Laddapong https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/languages-linguistics/sociolinguistics/emoji-revolution-how-technology-shaping-future-communication Kevin Laddapo…

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Ofrendas para la economía. El monstruo que nunca duerme

anthropologies , November 19th, 2020

La economía sufre, pero no todos los sectores están siendo afectados de igual manera. Las farmacéuticas, aunque han experimentado pérdidas debido a la bajada de demanda de medicamentos…


Bordering the Digital Europe

Alex Moltzau , June 16th, 2020

Photo by — @pawel_czerwinski Historical contingencies and dynamic geographies for current future imaginaries of European borders Introduction The European Union is constructing new narratives of borderle…

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Connection and Inequality in the Remote Classroom

Lauren Sealy Krishnamurti , June 9th, 2020

The switchover to remote teaching in the wake of COVID-19 has prompted a flurry of conversation among academics regarding technology’s (in)capabilities in replicating the conventional in-person classr…


Ethnography and the Internet – what´s next?

Marek Tobota , December 11th, 2019

The Internet has been attracting researchers’ attention for long. As a relatively new territory, it presents a methodological challenge. For anthropologists as well. On the one hand, it…

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Before They Erase It: Memory and the social media archive

Nell Haynes , November 13th, 2019

Disponible en español aquí. This afternoon, I began to notice increasingly alarming images, posts, and tweets from my interlocutors in Santiago. It appeared that Santiago was on fire,…


Haidy Geismar on her new book, Museum Object Lessons for the Digital Age

| , February 25th, 2019

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-press/browse-books/museum-object-lessons-for-the-digital-age Interview by Joshua Bell Joshua Bell: Your book is a manifesto of sorts of what the digital – as a relatively ne…

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Digitized global mobilities’ The role of new media and digitization in the security approaches of the refugee crisis

Haidy Geismar , February 10th, 2019

3- 4 June, 2019, Utrecht University  Digitization and the use of social media has dramatically changed most aspects of our everyday practices, perceptions and cause severe changes in…

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Participatory approaches to design digital cultural futures. An interview with R. C. Smith

Verónica Reyero , September 27th, 2018

  Rachel Charlotte Smith is assistant professor of design anthropology at Aarhus University. Her research focuses on relations between design, culture and technology, specifically on social chang…

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CfP for AAA2018: Inter-topia: Productive tensions within the collisions of techno-utopianism and techno-dystopianism

Angela VandenBroek , March 15th, 2018

Panel Organizers: Jeremy Trombley (SUNY Cortland) and Angela VandenBroek (Binghamton University) Sites of digital technology development are immersed in competing techno-utopian and -dystopian ideolog…

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The Picket Line in the Digital Age

Joseph Cook , March 1st, 2018

Joseph Cook -MPhil/PhD Anthropology    @joseph_m_cook The following is the transcript from a talk given on Monday 26th February as part of a range of student-led teach-ins and…

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Talking to the BBC about social media in China

Tom McDonald , March 14th, 2017

Earlier this month, I was very fortunate to be interviewed by the BBC on my research onto the use of technology in China. The article that was published…

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“The Value of Social Media” at the AAA conference

ucsanha , December 10th, 2016

Daniel Miller talking at the AAA conference. Photo by Nell Haynes. From the Why We Post Team, Nell Haynes, Tom McDonald, and Daniel Miller attended the American Anthropological…

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