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Haircuts and Billionaires

William Lempert , January 13th, 2017


Outer Space Podcast Trilogy 1: Haircuts and Billionaires


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EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Allegra , December 23rd, 2016


Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…


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EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Allegra , December 23rd, 2016


Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…


EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Allegra , December 23rd, 2016


Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…


RECLAIMING THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN #UniversityCrisis

Tim Ingold , December 6th, 2016


Universities are in turmoil. There was a time when they stood out as pinnacles of Enlightenment, where scholarly elites could profess to a superior knowledge, based on reason…


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#Evidence for the future: time and proof in commercial risk forecasting

Jon Schubert , November 9th, 2016


“We are an intelligence and analysis company that forecasts. We are not a news organisation that tells stories. We are not political scientists who explain. We do a…


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Imagining the Future & Economic Fictions

Ted Fischer , August 2nd, 2016


“The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living,” Marx remarked in The Eighteenth Brumaire, and although we may all make…


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Imagining the Future & Economic Fictions

Unknown , August 2nd, 2016


“The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living,” Marx remarked in The Eighteenth Brumaire, and although we may all make…


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Imagining the Future & Economic Fictions

Ted Fischer , August 2nd, 2016


“The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living,” Marx remarked in The Eighteenth Brumaire, and although we may all make…


→Anthropological Observations . . . on economics, politics, and daily life

Imagining the Future & Economic Fictions

Ted Fischer , August 2nd, 2016


“The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living,” Marx remarked in The Eighteenth Brumaire, and although we may all make…


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Remaking the Museum for the 21st century

Grant , July 1st, 2016


Several months ago, Robert Fogarty asked if I wanted to contribute something to a special issue of The Antioch Review called “The Future of Museums.” I did! It’s been…


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Magic little gecko, won’t you become a doctor?

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari , March 14th, 2016


Yesterday I took my two children, aged 4 and 7, to the doctor. Both had been ill for the past week; the older one was suffering from a…


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Waiting for the Future

deepa , March 12th, 2016


Call it what you will: an anecdotal and impressionist narrative, or a set of strung-together fieldnotes, collected over years of living and working with people across class lines…


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‘From Tweet to Blog to Article’ – New Publishing Trends REDUX!

Allegra , March 7th, 2016


We had been seeing much excitement in the social media around the post authored by Jessie Daniels titled ‘From Tweet to Blog Post to Peer-Reviewed Article: How to…


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Yemen’s broken youth

standplaatswereld , February 18th, 2016


#SupportYemen March 2011 By Marina de Regt     “Aunt, if you know any way to migrate to Europe plz just tell me, I wanna run away from this…


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REDUX: From Crisis to the University of Utopia aka MURI!

Allegra , February 12th, 2016


We conclude this dark thematic week on University Crisis with our insistence to be also ‘tongue in cheek’. We remind both ourselves and others: when policy making is…


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The Road to Oslo and Its Reverse #Palestine

Mirjam Abu Samra , October 29th, 2015


“If we fail to defend our cause, then we should change the defenders, not the cause.” (Ghassan Kanafani) Oslo has often been defined as a watershed moment in…


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#Crisis on the opposite shore – Notes from the field on #crisis, revolution, and the possible

Alice Elliot , August 20th, 2015


This piece is a from-the-field reflection on the ways in which grand events and processes such as global financial crises and revolutionary upheavals come to intersect – often…


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