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Carolyn West , October 10th, 2021
You might not realise it, but you probably follow a Mormon lifestyle blogger on social media. It’s an aesthetic: the specific way knee-length dress is paired with an…
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kgraf , January 15th, 2021
Photograph: coming soon I’m delighted to post this exciting PhD thesis review, which nicely complements the recently posted review of the book Food, Faith and Gender in South-east…
The Familiar Strange , December 6th, 2020
Religion is no “opiate of the masses.” Rich and poor, educated and ignorant alike flock to the call of certainty in these uncertain times. Rather than action based…
Ryan , October 27th, 2016
This entry is part 8 of 8 in the Anthropologies #22 series. Up next for the Anthropologies #22 Food issue we have this essay from Chhaya Kolavalli. –R.A….
Carie Little Hersh , August 4th, 2016
In the wake of several brutal and unwarranted police shootings of black men and women, and the subsequent retaliation against innocent police officers, politicians across the country have…
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