Tag: discovery

Firsting in Research

Max Liboiron , January 18th, 2021


Declaring that a research is the “first” to discover, do, or go somewhere is not only rarely correct, given myriad local knowledges since time immemorial, but is also…


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Minneapolis is Awesome

Elyse Bailey , September 2nd, 2016


William O. Beeman shares some of his favorite things to do in Minneapolis. Minneapolis is one of the most beautiful cities in America along the banks of the…


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Faded Paint and Yellowed Photos: On, Image, Inspiration, and Memory with Javier Urcid

Ryan Collins , March 29th, 2016


How does a camera and a deep sense of curiosity lead to a lifetime of archaeological research on ancient peoples, their symbols, art, and writing? Ryan and Aneil…


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Exploring Boundaries: From Access to Female Sexworkers to the Question of Research

Ryan Collins , March 18th, 2016


When designing a research project, a researcher’s initial plans are often interrupted by what data we actually can access. Whether negotiating political structures, cultural taboos, necessary permissi…


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Happy #WorldAnthropologyDay! Celebrate with these great episodes! #WorldAnthroDay

Gamwell , February 18th, 2016


Happy World Anthropology Day! To celebrate #WorldAnthropologyDay we here at TaL have curated some of our favorite past episodes covering how we approach anthropology and where we see…


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