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Culture In Global Affairs , January 12th, 2017
by Peter Wogan Why do so many of us get pleasant, uncanny sensations when we throw a coin in a fountain and see it resting in the water…
anthropologyworks , December 10th, 2015
by Sean Carey Source: The Tablet “Sectarianism involves strong feelings, deep resentment, a searing sense of injustice, above all, anger,” explained renowned British social anthropologist …
anthropologyworks , October 14th, 2015
By Gerry Everding If Republican senators from tobacco-growing southern states believe in social responsibility, they would fully explore the TransPacific (TPP) trade agreement’s potential impact on co…
anthropologyworks , August 15th, 2015
By Sean Carey Remember when your mother or other responsible adult told you as a small child to tie your shoelaces so you would not trip and fall?…
anthropologyworks , July 20th, 2015
By Sean Carey Hollywood star Ben Affleck’s attempt to suppress a story about a slave-owning ancestor of his has caused something of a furore, especially in the U.S….
anthropologyworks , June 23rd, 2015
By Scott Freeman Tear gas is not uncommon in Port au Prince. Over the past decade, whether it has been protests over food shortages, controlling political demonstrations, or…
kxande2 , February 20th, 2014
Ken Anderson (@kxande2) manages the Cultural Transformations Lab at Intel. He is an iconoclast by nature and a symbolic anthropologist by training. Over the last 20 years, his…