Tag: millennials

Solidarity in Protest: Highlighting Positive Social Change in Urban Costa Rica

Recently published in the Teaching Culture series, Millennial Movements: Positive Social Change in Urban Costa Rica presents case studies of Costa Rican millennial leaders and shows how youth…

Will “Only Murders” be funny? It depends.

Martin Short, Steve Martin and Selena Gomez to star in the new show Only Murders. Variety tells us that the new show called Only Murders and staring Selena…

Urban decay and how HGTV can fix it

I was reading Axios today and came across an article that describes the desperate conditions of some American neighborhoods. Working with data collected by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy,…

Unpacking the Yale Halloween Scandal

I was listening to a ‘Waking Up with Sam Harris’ episode a few weeks ago, called Facing the Crowd. It has since been playing on my mind. Harris…

Undergraduate Futures

On how anthropology might create a safer world for human difference.   In writing a piece on the topic of Futures as current senior undergraduates in anthropology we…

Post-Election Reds and Blues: Public Anthropology, Millennials, and the Future

It’s a solemn time, even as the sun shines, and even as I sit at my desk here in Toronto, somewhat shielded from the results of the 2016…

Adulting: Because Being a Grownup Should Only Be a Temporary Affliction

I remember being a kid trying to figure out what set adults apart from the rest of the masses of “watery moles” (Thanks, Florence King,  for that reference…

A review of new brick-and-mortar product feedback platform Sampling Lab

A few months ago, I read about this place called Sampling Lab, a brick-and-mortar consumer feedback “platform/store” opening in Portland. As a research geek who loves free stuff…

Love, Haters and Hipsters: The Irony of Being A Millennial

I have officially decided that I’ve  spent too much time commenting on a recent Facebook thread started in the last day  by fellow bloggers Eve Kerrigan, Rachel Gall and Anna Akbari,…