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When Nothing Fits

Annika Benz , June 8th, 2022


Disclaimer: All people mentioned were able to choose how they want to appear in this text. They chose to appear by their clear name and/or activist alias. They…


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Ep # 92 Emergency Contraceptives & Hymenoplasty: Lisa Wynn on Sexual & Reproductive Health Tech

The Familiar Strange , May 29th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep # 92 Emergency Contraceptives & Hymenoplasty: Lisa Wynn on Sexual & Reproductive Health Tech This podcast contains themes or topics that may be…


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Ep # 91: The Hiking Middle Class & Perspectives on Perspectives This month on TFS 

The Familiar Strange , May 15th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep # 91: The Hiking Middle Class & Perspectives on Perspectives This month on TFS Welcome back to the Familiar Strange!  This week is…


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‘GUILTY’ daughter-researcher: Ethnography, familial politics, and guilt

Guest Contributor , May 9th, 2022


By Bhargabi Das I would like to begin by giving a little context of my research and my family and possibly how they overlapped over the course of…


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Disaster anthropology talk 17 May: The role of culture in crisis:

fstammle , May 6th, 2022


collectivism and individualism in the coastal fishing after 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami This was once Arahama – the vibrant fishing suburb of Sendai, right by the coast….


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Calving started in Yamal reindeer herding

fstammle , May 5th, 2022


Our friend Eduard Khudi and his wife Valentina sent these photos today, of the first reindeer calf of the year, born the 27th April in the Yamal tundra…


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Ep # 90: The First Year Special: This Month on TFS. 

The Familiar Strange , April 17th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep # 90: The First Year Special: This Month on TFS Welcome back to the Familiar Strange.  We’re back with a special panel episode…


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The meaning of crisis: reflections on doing fieldwork in Lebanon

standplaatswereld , April 10th, 2022


By Viviane Hamans Almost anyone who has been ‘in the field’, will confirm that at some point, crisis is part of the process. The amounts of time that…


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​​Traveling but Not Arriving: Hieroglyphics of Caste in Computing

P V , March 29th, 2022


Listen to an audio recording of this post read by P V This browser does not support HTML5 audio When I landed in Bangalore in early 2020, it…


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The influence of world politics in the forest of Northern Lapland

fstammle , March 24th, 2022


We all know that the current situation with Russia and Ukraine is rapidly changing a lot of the ways and values on which we have been relying in…


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Loneliness and Despair in the Field: Revisiting my First Fieldwork

standplaatswereld , March 8th, 2022


By Marina de Regt. Recently, during a supervision meeting with three of my Master students (all of them women), one of them asked about my own experiences in…


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Ep # 87: Squatters in The Stag: Adrian Watts on Activism & Squats

The Familiar Strange , March 6th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep # 87: Squatters in The Stag: Adrian Watts on Activism & Squats Before we dive into today’s episode we’d just like to add…


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New expert in knowledge integration: congrats!

fstammle , March 2nd, 2022


A word of congratulations to the freshly baked Doctor Ayonghe Akonwi Nebasifu! He just now defended successfully his PhD dissertation with the title Knowledge Integration in Co-management: A…


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The Weight of History: Doing Fieldwork as an Ethnic Chinese Researcher

The Familiar Strange , February 27th, 2022


I have been asked about my research in China as a researcher from Taiwan by my colleagues in the US. One of them commented: “It’s not common for…


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Noah Aromand on his book, Fixing Stories

| , February 17th, 2022


Interview by Susan Seizer https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/fixing-stories/3A0E3C4880CBDC00252AEC4EBE11B9E2 Susan Seizer: Please briefly explain your choice of the term “fixers” and desc…


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Nomadic or sedentary life: difficult choice?

fstammle , February 17th, 2022


Most people on our planet make their life choices mostly about in which settlement, country, climate etc they want to live. But the remaining nomads in the Arctic…


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Happy new year Yamal style

fstammle , January 1st, 2022


First of all, happy new year to all our readers, followers, and a big thank you to all those who contribute to making this blog a success. This…


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Ep #85 Photography Through An Ethnographer’s Lens: Image Making with Jason De León

The Familiar Strange , November 28th, 2021


The Familiar Strange · Ep #85 Photography Through An Ethnographer’s Lens: Image Making with Jason De León This week Carolyn sits down with Jason De León, anthropologist, photographer…


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Too Fat to Be an Anthropologist

Alex D'Aloia , October 24th, 2021


In what now feels like a lifetime ago, I was having one last catch up with a mate from my PhD cohort before we both set off for…


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EP#81 Lifeworlds & Studying Aoetorea: Susanna Trnka on Traversing Multiple Lifeworlds & Publics

The Familiar Strange , October 3rd, 2021


The Familiar Strange · EP#81 Lifeworlds & Studying Aoetorea: Susanna Trnka on Traversing Multiple Lifeworlds & Publics We’re back this week with Joe’s first interview! For this episode,…


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EP# 80 Reborn Dolls & The Use of Social Sciences: This Month on TFS 

The Familiar Strange , September 19th, 2021


The Familiar Strange · EP# 80 Reborn Dolls & The Use of Social Sciences: This Month on TFS This week we’re diving into the world of Reborn dolls…


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Breath-taking

The Familiar Strange , September 12th, 2021


Himalayan travelogues are full of stories. For the most part, those stories fall into a specific genre, one that I tend to refer to as “my magical adventure…


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Ep# 79 A Journey to the West: Nicholas Ng on the Music of the Teochew Diaspora in Western Sydney

The Familiar Strange , September 5th, 2021


The Familiar Strange · Ep# 79 A Journey to the West: Nicholas Ng on the Music of the Teochew Diaspora in Western Sydney We’re back this week with…


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Feeling Digital and Reimagining Fieldwork during COVID Times

digitalethnography , September 3rd, 2021


Yichen Rao, Anna Castel & Lili Almási-Szabó* During the outbreak of COVID-19, everyday life has been modified in accordance with the protocols that every country has implemented. These…


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