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jeremy schmidt , March 12th, 2020
I’m sure my ‘copy-and-paste’ will have some issues below [or not! many of the links seem to be working properly], so the direct link to this interesting set…
Adam Hodges , August 5th, 2019
The controversy over the term “concentration camps” stems from the connotations it carries, setting up analogies that risk hyperbole and overlook the complexities of historical comparison. The governm…
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Alexandra Frankel , May 16th, 2019
In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia. Pushing through the glass doors of the aquarium, it’s always the smell that…
Jodie-Lee Trembath , December 9th, 2018
“If wine hasn’t been turned into a standardized beverage, there’s room for variation. There’s an appreciation for variation that has something to do with the taste of place….
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Emma Louise Backe , April 5th, 2018
By Priya Chandrasekaran, Taylor C. Nelms, Valerie Olson, Elizabeth Reddy, Heather Thomas, and Nicholas Welcome At the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association in late 2017, a…
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Carie Little Hersh , December 5th, 2016
Fake News and the End of Facts I recently had the pleasure (?) of engaging in a fruitless debate on social media with a friend of a friend….
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Matt Thompson , November 18th, 2016
Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Cthulhu, Great Old One and Special Collections Librarian at Brown University. When the puny mortals at Savage Minds invited me to review the…
jeremy schmidt , March 23rd, 2016
Donna Haraway’s new book is out in September with Duke University Press: Description In the midst of spiraling ecological devastation, multispecies feminist theorist Donna J. Haraway offers prov…