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Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy

Rhiannon Mosher , May 25th, 2017


As anthropologists, we frequently teach about power dynamics and social inequality in our classrooms. Especially in the context of efforts to decolonize anthropology, many of us reflect on…


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Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus

Rhiannon Mosher , May 18th, 2017


Adding to the impressive list of open access teaching resources, the Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus provides texts for “Teaching & Learning about anti-Muslim Racism in the United States.” The…


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Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus

Rhiannon Mosher , May 18th, 2017


Adding to the impressive list of open access teaching resources, the Islamophobia is Racism Syllabus provides texts for “Teaching & Learning about anti-Muslim Racism in the United States.” The…


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Bringing anthropological ethics into the classroom

Rhiannon Mosher , April 24th, 2017


With the Canadian Anthropology Society Conference next week comes CASCA’s Spring issue of the network’s newsletter, Culture. One item that caught our eye in this issue was Eric…


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Bringing anthropological ethics into the classroom

Rhiannon Mosher , April 24th, 2017


With the Canadian Anthropology Society Conference next week comes CASCA’s Spring issue of the network’s newsletter, Culture. One item that caught our eye in this issue was Eric…


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Water Politics Syllabus & Resources

Rhiannon Mosher , April 17th, 2017


We have been seeing some very interesting discussions and resources emerging around water politics recently. Image from “The Rights of the Whanganui River” (Peeps) In addition to the…


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Water Politics Syllabus & Resources

Rhiannon Mosher , April 17th, 2017


We have been seeing some very interesting discussions and resources emerging around water politics recently. Image from “The Rights of the Whanganui River” (Peeps) In addition to the…


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Anthropology against white​ supremacy

Rhiannon Mosher , April 13th, 2017


In this post from the AAA’s Anthropology News, Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega offers “Six Ways Anthropologists Can Challenge White Supremacy” (27 March 2017). Create purposeful students Critique identi…


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Anthropology against white​ supremacy

Rhiannon Mosher , April 13th, 2017


In this post from the AAA’s Anthropology News, Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega offers “Six Ways Anthropologists Can Challenge White Supremacy” (27 March 2017). Create purposeful students Critique identi…


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Book Report Entry #3: Taking Notes from Field notes: A Guided Journal for Doing Anthropology

Jennifer Long , March 30th, 2017


In our continued feature of Fieldnotes: A ‘guided journal’ for doing anthropology by Luis A. Vivanco, we’re delving into his fourth chapter on Taking Notes in his Doing Fieldwork sectio…


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Book Report Entry #3: Taking Notes from Field notes: A Guided Journal for Doing Anthropology

Jennifer Long , March 30th, 2017


In our continued feature of Fieldnotes: A ‘guided journal’ for doing anthropology by Luis A. Vivanco, we’re delving into his fourth chapter on Taking Notes in his Doing Fieldwork sectio…


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Bullshit! Calling Bullshit in the Age of Big Data Syllabus

Jennifer Long , March 23rd, 2017


We came across this syllabus the other day and can think of many ways in which these open access materials and their analysis can be used in anthropology…


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Bullshit! Calling Bullshit in the Age of Big Data Syllabus

Jennifer Long , March 23rd, 2017


We came across this syllabus the other day and can think of many ways in which these open access materials and their analysis can be used in anthropology…


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Book Report Entry #2: Beyond Informants

Jennifer Long , March 20th, 2017


In continuation from our coverage of Luis A. Vivianco’s Field Notes: A Guided Journal for Doing Anthropology, he provides a practical appraisal of fieldwork in his second chapter….


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Book Report Entry #2: Beyond Informants

Jennifer Long , March 20th, 2017


In continuation from our coverage of Luis A. Vivianco’s Field Notes: A Guided Journal for Doing Anthropology, he provides a practical appraisal of fieldwork in his second chapter….


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Fieldwork: preparing for the good, bad, and the ugly

Rhiannon Mosher , March 16th, 2017


From Anthropology Matters come this article by Amy Pollard: “Field of screams: difficulty and ethnographic fieldwork.” As explained in the abstract, many novice field researchers — here, PhD…


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Fieldwork: preparing for the good, bad, and the ugly

Rhiannon Mosher , March 16th, 2017


From Anthropology Matters come this article by Amy Pollard: “Field of screams: difficulty and ethnographic fieldwork.” As explained in the abstract, many novice field researchers — here, PhD…


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Reading Marx with David Harvey

Rhiannon Mosher , March 2nd, 2017


If you’ve ever wanted to do a close, guided reading of Marx’ work, you probably couldn’t ask for a better teacher than Distinguished Professor of Anthropology & Geography…


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Book Report Entry #1: Field notes: A Guided Journal for Doing Anthropology

Jennifer Long , February 20th, 2017


This blog will feature a series of posts on a new (2017) resource for first-time and long-standing ethnographers – a ‘guided journal’ for doing anthropology by Luis A….


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Imaginative Ethnography Syllabi (CIE)

Rhiannon Mosher , February 6th, 2017


The Centre for Imaginative Ethnography has gathered links to a number of syllabi that “attend to some combination of performance, theatre, visual media, writing and ethnography.” This treasure…


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Teaching ethnography

Rhiannon Mosher , January 26th, 2017


The anthro everywhere! authors recently came across an intriguing article written for the online magazine Quillette entitled “Tyranny of the Ethnography: How Lived Experience Corrupts t…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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More maps!

Rhiannon Mosher , January 16th, 2017


Maps are a useful tool for helping us make sense of our world. For anthropologists, they are also useful tools for critically thinking about the kinds global-local social…


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