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Ep # 90: The First Year Special: This Month on TFS. 

The Familiar Strange , April 17th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep # 90: The First Year Special: This Month on TFS Welcome back to the Familiar Strange.  We’re back with a special panel episode…


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Anthropology in the “real world”: A Roundtable Discussion About Applied Anthropology

The Familiar Strange , September 6th, 2020


This week we bring you a very special episode!  Last year we collaborated with the Australian Network of Student Anthropologists, or ANSA for short and recorded their roundtable…


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The Murkiness of the Peruvian Lockdown

Michelle Hak Hepburn , July 1st, 2020


Around the world, countries have imposed lockdowns, to varying degrees of severity, in attempts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Graduate students (and other researchers) have had to leave…


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ERC Research Group Indigeneities in the 21st Century: 2 Postdoctoral Fellowships and 1 Doctoral Position

Haidy Geismar , October 11th, 2019


Via Philipp Schorch, Munich Available from 1 April 2020 for the duration of 3 years (with the possibility of extension) at salary grade TVL 13 (Postdoc 100 %, Doctoral…


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Emotions of Friendship: The Psychological Challenges of Doing Fieldwork in Xinjiang

thenewethnographer , April 10th, 2019


  Lisa Ernst is trained in Cultural Anthropology, Chinese Studies and Islamic Studies and is currently a PhD student in Central Asian Studies at the Berlin Graduate School…


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Ep. #31: Field ties, clear truth, cringy rap & liminal states: This month on TFS

The Familiar Strange , February 17th, 2019


In this panel, we welcome Shamim to the Familiar Strange podcast. Shamim is working with Dee on a TFS video project that they hope will be released later…


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5 Tips to Smash out Your PhD in Anthropology

Julia Brown , January 13th, 2019


I suspect thesis writing progression is a bit like sustainable weight loss. Calorie or step counting isn’t nearly as effective as getting in touch with how you feel…


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Precarity in Canadian Academia… A Working Bibliography

Rhiannon Mosher , March 1st, 2018


Unfortunately, precarity in academia has become a well-worn cliché… not least of all for those of us living in this state of ontological insecurity. In Canada, most university…


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Precarity in Canadian Academia… A Working Bibliography

Rhiannon Mosher , March 1st, 2018


Unfortunately, precarity in academia has become a well-worn cliché… not least of all for those of us living in this state of ontological insecurity. In Canada, most university…


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How to frame your career transition

Rhiannon Mosher , February 26th, 2018


Today we are revisiting some still sound advice on How to Explain Your Career Transition that The Harvard Business Review first published back in 2013. This advice is especially…


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How to frame your career transition

Rhiannon Mosher , February 26th, 2018


Today we are revisiting some still sound advice on How to Explain Your Career Transition that The Harvard Business Review first published back in 2013. This advice is especially…


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New Advice for Grad Students page: Conferences

Rhiannon Mosher , February 5th, 2018


In October 2017, we published a series of posts on essential conferencing skills. We started with a post about how to write an effective abstract or organize a…


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New Advice for Grad Students page: Conferences

Rhiannon Mosher , February 5th, 2018


In October 2017, we published a series of posts on essential conferencing skills. We started with a post about how to write an effective abstract or organize a…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Saying yes to the project

Rhiannon Mosher , January 29th, 2018


Over the past few Mondays, we have been posting on the recent case-study research project I worked on with OCWI. Working with OCWI on this short-term project was…


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Ethnography & Case Study Research: Saying yes to the project

Rhiannon Mosher , January 29th, 2018


Over the past few Mondays, we have been posting on the recent case-study research project I worked on with OCWI. Working with OCWI on this short-term project was…


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Doing fieldwork with kids: Part II

lorenagibson , January 16th, 2018


Thanks to some amazing role models in the School of People, Environment and Planning at Massey University, where I studied, I have always known that it is possible…


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A look back at anthropology everywhere in 2017!

anthro everywhere! , December 18th, 2017


As 2017 comes rapidly to a close, here’s our annual round-up of some of our favourite posts and content published this year. Thanks to everyone who has read…


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A look back at anthropology everywhere in 2017!

anthro everywhere! , December 18th, 2017


As 2017 comes rapidly to a close, here’s our annual round-up of some of our favourite posts and content published this year. Thanks to everyone who has read…


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After a job interview…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 14th, 2017


Following up on our post about crafting cover letters from earlier this week, we thought we’d share another career-related resource today: “The Checklist You Need to Run Through…


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After a job interview…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 14th, 2017


Following up on our post about crafting cover letters from earlier this week, we thought we’d share another career-related resource today: “The Checklist You Need to Run Through…


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Overlapped Precarities #precarity

K. Zeynep Sariaslan , December 14th, 2017


The EASA AGM Seminar in Bern simply came in a bad time. It confronted me with a dilemma: while I was eager to follow the workshops and act…


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Applying for a job with no experience…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 11th, 2017


When you have been in university for such a long time, you may feel like you don’t have any real experience for the jobs you are interested in…


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Applying for a job with no experience…

Rhiannon Mosher , December 11th, 2017


When you have been in university for such a long time, you may feel like you don’t have any real experience for the jobs you are interested in…


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Conferencing: Working the (Reception) Room Part II

Jennifer Long , October 26th, 2017


Conferencing – Just can’t get enough! Here on #anthroeverywhere! we’ve got conference fever and we’ve been delving into topics all about conferencing. These topics include Writing better Conferen…


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