Tag: dissertation research

Climate Change and COVID-19: Online Learning and Experiments in Seeing the World Anew

Guest Contributor , May 1st, 2021


By Adam Fleischmann The site is easy to access. Just a short walk and I’m there, immediately confronted with two large rectangular windows. The large window up high…


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Motivation and Apathy in the Time of COVID-19

Chelsea Horton , March 30th, 2021


For many graduate students, the pandemic has postponed fieldwork and changed research plans. How do we keep going and cope with these challenges to our academic careers?  …


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Role-playing urgency: bridging climate change knowledge and action?

Adam Fleischmann , December 12th, 2018


Image: Adam Fleischmann “What does it mean to know climate change?” ask Henderson and Long in a 2015 piece for this site’s Anthropologies #21. Researchers on science education,…


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Feelings in the field: reflections on fieldwork in murk-o

Adam Fleischmann , November 27th, 2018


Image: Nick Seaver (https://twitter.com/npseaver/) My lower back is sore. There’s a tension that’s rising from the place where my neck meets my scalp, and my eyes feel baggy….


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Musings from the murky middle ground of climate science and action

Adam Fleischmann , November 13th, 2018


Image: NASA (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Glacial_lakes,_Bhutan.jpg) “There are many reasons why people in our field work remotely,” one data analytics coordinator tells me. We are talking …


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1.5ºC: The Future and Present of Anthropology in an Era of Climate Change

Adam Fleischmann , November 2nd, 2018


Image: Trent Schindler, NASA/Goddard/UMBC (https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/climate-sim-center.html) Anthro{dendum} welcomes guest blogger Adam Fleischmann Early Saturday morning, October 6,…


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