Tag: multimodal

Mark Sicoli on his book, Saying and Doing in Zapotec

| , February 28th, 2022


Interview by Grace East https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/saying-and-doing-in-zapotec-9781350142169/ Grace East: Your book takes us on an immersive journey through the complex and varied social…


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Platypus in 2022

Svetlana Borodina , January 25th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Photo by the author. As the new year and the new semester have been off to (hopefully) a good start, Platypus…


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Coming Soon: The MultiRepository

Owen Kohl , October 14th, 2021


This post introduces a new collaborative project coming soon to CASTAC: an archive of online platforms that highlights how researchers have utilized different communicative modes and media in…


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Burnout

Clara del Junco , February 9th, 2021


Introduction: Why a zine? Clara del Junco and Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier In this post, we’re sharing some excerpts from Burnout: a zine about academia, travel, and climate change that…


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Getting Online / Becoming Misaligned in the American Midwest

Matthew Darmour-Paul , April 14th, 2020


Data Threshers “Data Threshers” is a simulation portrait that experiments with the representation of metabolic conflicts in multiple scales of time, space, and perspective. Formally, the video takes…


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Ep. #29 TFS at AAS: Multimodal ethnography, monolithic China, online bans & the ‘anthro helmet’ – Guest panel with Viktor Baskin, Sacha Cody & Katherine Giunta

The Familiar Strange , January 20th, 2019


We, at The Familiar Strange, would like to acknowledge and celebrate the First Australians on whose traditional lands we recorded and produced this podcast, and pay our respect…


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All you need is love…

Pris Nasrat , August 18th, 2018


In her two part article Envisioning Theory: An Anthropological Teaching Experiment, Dr Stefanie Mauksch narrates the pedagogical experiments that she and her co-teacher Dr Friederike Eichner. These ex…


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What the Camera Does – #RoR2018

Dick , July 18th, 2018


Two men mount the security grates over what will be the windows of my house. Title: La sécuriser. Photo Credit: Dick Powis. 2018 This series – #ROR2018 –…


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Guest Post: Citation is a Gift: “Punking” Accounting in #hautalk

Footnotes Editor , July 7th, 2018


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Jules Weiss. Weiss is an MA student in the Applied Anthropology program at Oregon State University. They are a…


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That’s Enough about Tim Ingold!: A Millennial’s Response

Dick Powis , June 29th, 2018


[This post is adapted and updated from a paper presented at the University of Colorado, Boulder graduate student conference, “The Ethnographic Turn” in 2016. I am indebted to…


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This is unsettling; this is our discipline.

Dick Powis , May 28th, 2018


[This article was co-authored by Dick Powis and Savannah Martin. Please cite accordingly.] Today, we are proud to launch Footnotes, a group blog by and for anthropology and…


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