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A Ludicrous Relationship? A Conversation between Anthropology and Game Studies

sruelos , July 17th, 2018


Editor’s Note: This is a co-authored piece written by Spencer Ruelos and Amanda Cullen, both PhD students in the Informatics department at UC Irvine. Introduction Most work at…


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Exploring multiplicity: Photographing and blogging as method

mxschnepf , June 25th, 2018


Partial truths: Blogging as research method – What do our methods actually do if they cannot depict reality as it is? This is not a new question in…


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Call for Papers: “Digital Visuality” – Vienna Anthropology Days (VANDA 2018)

philbu , April 15th, 2018


VIENNA ANTHROPOLOGY DAYS (VANDA 2018) September 19-22, 2018 Call for Papers Session “Digital Visuality” Prof. Dr. Elke Mader and Dr. Philipp Budka (Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology,…


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Book Review: Among Wolves: Ethnography and the Immersive Study of Power by Timothy Pachirat

Rose Deller , April 10th, 2018


In Among Wolves: Ethnography and the Immersive Study of Power, Timothy Pachirat offers an experimental contribution to scholarship on social science methodology. Written in the form of a play,…


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From Edison to Tim Brown: Some ideas about Design Thinking

Pablo Mondragón Valero , March 19th, 2018


Design Thinking is defined as a method that allows us to generate innovative solutions based on the needs of users. It was created in the classrooms of Stanford…


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The force of race in a Missouri college town

eli , February 11th, 2018


Back in 2011 I went for a bike trip in southern Illinois and made it just across the river to Cape Girardeau, Missouri. I wrote about my trip…


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Three Lies of Digital Ethnography

Crystal Abidin , February 7th, 2018


anthro{dendum} welcomes guest blogger Gabriele de Seta, contributing the final post in the Private Messages from the Field series edited by Crystal Abidin and Gabriele de Seta. Three Lies of…


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Positionalities: How my partner did field-work with me

mxschnepf , January 31st, 2018


I was standing in front of one of the work stations at Mastercut, the hairdressing salon I did my ethnographic fieldwork at. Two or three weeks in the…


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Pre-made objects

eli , November 23rd, 2017


I’ve been thinking lately about how, in ethnography, some objects of inquiry seem to come ready-made, almost pre-packaged, while others are so unclear, blurry, flou (in French), that it’s…


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‘Devicing’ fieldwork #Colleex

Tomás Sánchez Criado , September 19th, 2017


Collaboration is an epistemic figure resulting from the careful craft of articulating inventive shared modes of doing together with our companions in the field. The field turns into…


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Ethnographic experimentation: Other tales of the field #Colleex

Adolfo Estalella , September 18th, 2017


Ethnographic experimentation refers to an ethnographic modality where anthropologists venture into the collaborative production of venues for knowledge creation that turn the field into a site for the…


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The diachronic ethnography of media: from social changing to actual social changes

John Postill , June 21st, 2017


Postill, J. 2017. The diachronic ethnography of media: from social changing to actual social changes. Moment, Journal of Cultural Studies 4(1): 19-43. PDF Abstract In this article I…


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Photographic engagement: An alternative narrative of urban experiences

Camilo Leon-Quijano , April 19th, 2017


In 2014 I started exploring people’s lives in Parisian suburbs (banlieue)[1] through engaged and creative visual practices. Being an independent photographer, I wanted to see how people’s experiences…


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Free video analysis tools

philbu , March 15th, 2017


Free video (& audio) analysis and transcription tools, partly collected via the VISCOM list serv. AQUAD 7 is a software for qualitative coding and qualitative content analysis. ELAN…


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Why is Anthropology so Critical?

standplaatswereld , March 10th, 2017


Portrait of Giambattista Vico by Francesco Solimena By Matthias Teeuwen            I want to thank Ton Salman for his insightful take on the question…


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#EVENTS: the past, the present and the future

Allegra , February 24th, 2017


It’s time for some exciting events!! Let’s go on a little bit of a time travel as we attempt to anticipate the future and reflect upon the past,…


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The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatter Syllabus Project, Week 16: Victor Kumar on James Baldwin, Margaret Mead and Ethnographic Approaches to Studying Race

anthropoliteiaadmin , January 25th, 2017


The editors of Anthropoliteia are happy to relaunch the second semester of an ongoing series The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Project, which will mobilize anthropological work as a pedagog…


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Digital ethnography

philbu , January 17th, 2017


Digital ethnography – a selection of resources e-Seminars of the EASA Media Anthropology Network: Facebook as research field and research platform: http://www.media-anthropology.net/file/esemin…


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Towards a Heterodox and Reflexive Economics

Human Economy Blog , December 9th, 2016


After the 2008 financial crisis, the call for a more heterogeneous approach to studying and teaching economics intensified. But how can heterodoxy take up a more prominent place…


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Towards a Heterodox and Reflexive Economics

Unknown , December 9th, 2016


After the 2008 financial crisis, the call for a more heterogeneous approach to studying and teaching economics intensified. But how can heterodoxy take up a more prominent place…


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Towards a Heterodox and Reflexive Economics

Human Economy Blog , December 9th, 2016


After the 2008 financial crisis, the call for a more heterogeneous approach to studying and teaching economics intensified. But how can heterodoxy take up a more prominent place…


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Towards a Heterodox and Reflexive Economics

Human Economy Blog , December 9th, 2016


After the 2008 financial crisis, the call for a more heterogeneous approach to studying and teaching economics intensified. But how can heterodoxy take up a more prominent place…


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Slam that #ethnography! – Breaking boundaries

Josien de Klerk , October 19th, 2016


Welcome to part two of this week’s ethnography slam, this time with contributions by Josien de Klerk, Annelieke Driessen, Susanne van den Buuse, and Sarita Fae Jarmack. Missed…


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