Tag: Eric R. Wolf

The Discovery of Sidney Mintz: Anthropology’s Unfinished Revolution

Jason Antrosio , December 26th, 2016


This is the text of a paper delivered at the 2016 meetings of the American Anthropological Association. The panel was titled “The Legacies of Sidney Mintz: Discovering Political…


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The Discovery of Sidney Mintz: Anthropology’s Unfinished Revolution

Jason Antrosio , December 26th, 2016


This is the text of a paper delivered at the 2016 meetings of the American Anthropological Association. The panel was titled “The Legacies of Sidney Mintz: Discovering Political…


How Did Anthropology Begin?

Jason Antrosio , August 31st, 2015


In fall 2015, I adopted the new Robert Welsch and Luis Vivanco textbook Cultural Anthropology (see previous discussion of Hartwick Anthropology Courses). It’s now time for the first…


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Anthropology is Taking Over the World

Jason Antrosio , April 1st, 2015


The first clue that anthropology is taking over the world is in the March 2015 issue of American Anthropologist, where Virginia Dominguez writes that she is Taking Over…


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Jared Diamond and Future Public Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , July 21st, 2014


It was an honor and pleasure to be discussant for Margaret Mead and Jared Diamond: Past Publics, Current Engagements, organized by Alex Golub for the 2013 American Anthropological…


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Eric R. Wolf: Historia, cultura y poder

Arturo Álvarez Roldán , May 17th, 2012


1. Conexiones El mundo de la humanidad, afirma Eric Wolf en las primeras páginas de su libro Europa y la gente sin historia (1982), consiste en una red…


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