Tag: Paul Farmer

FreeThink #4: On Art, Creativity, and Bringing Awe back to Anthropology

Gamwell , March 15th, 2017


As you may have noticed, TAL has been on a bit of a break from releasing new episodes. But, the good news is that we have not been…


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FreeThink #4: On Art, Creativity, and Bringing Awe back to Anthropology

Gamwell , March 15th, 2017


As you may have noticed, TAL has been on a bit of a break from releasing new episodes. But, the good news is that we have not been…


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Anthro in the news 10/10/16

Culture In Global Affairs , October 10th, 2016


Land rights are key in Colombia Indigenous people want land rights. Source: Bluedotpost.com The Washington Post published an op-ed by cultural anthropologist Omaira BolaƱos, Latin America program dire…


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Public Anthropology

Edward J. Hedican , March 4th, 2016


To mark the publication of Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Modern World, the author, Edward J. Hedican, provides us with a few thoughts on the impetus…


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anthro in the news 8/10/15

anthropologyworks , August 13th, 2015


Politics and dirty water: A recipe for poor health An article in the Mail and Guardian (South Africa) describes the role of politics in the mishandling of water…


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Anthro in the news 6/1/15

anthropologyworks , May 31st, 2015


Not funny In an article in the Huffington Post, Christa Craven, assistant professor of anthropology and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, and chair of women’s, gender, and sexualit…


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The Political Economy of Malnutrition

Ted Fischer , July 26th, 2014


Almost half of Guatemalan children under five are malnourished, the vast majority rural Maya kids. This is a hidden human tragedy of epic proportions, each of these lives…


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