Tag: Phenomenology

A College Community of (COVID) Consociated Contemporaries

Guest Contributor , August 20th, 2020

Anthrodendum welcomes back guest blogger Christian Elliott, a recent graduate in cultural anthropology at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. A College Community of (COVID) Consociated Contemp…


The House by Laura Vermeulen

Laura Vermeulen , September 24th, 2018

The question of how Willem was coping, alone in the big house, had come to concern many of those surrounding him. Over the past couple of months, Willem…


Folding time: walk-talking joint moments in the nursing home by Laura Vermeulen

Laura Vermeulen , September 17th, 2018

We knew each other from the drop-in centre. Aspects of our daily life concerns had been shared. ‘We’ were drop-in centre participants: the majority had been diagnosed with…


Is Life What You Make of It?

Julia Brown , September 5th, 2018

In regard to how much pre-determined ‘luck’ compares to perceptions of social mobility, it is useful to remember that both luck and feelings of free-will play into social…

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Ep. #6 Golden Globes allyship, thinking sick, health gaps, and working slow: this month on TFS

The Familiar Strange , January 21st, 2018

This month, Jodie (00:53) points to what the men didn’t say at the Golden Globes, and the problems of performing allyship. “So if we’re looking at the men…

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Phenomenology of the Virtual and the Real

puellaludens , November 28th, 2016

A long over-due crosspost from gnovis! Way back in 2011 I embarked on a project exploring the colloquial distinction between “the Internet” and “the real” — as in,…

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Some Organs of My Primate Body

colinhoag , April 26th, 2016

By Daniel Allen Solomon, De Anza College and Cabrillo College § The “monkey temple” on Jakhoo Hill in Shimla hosts a rowdy but well integrated bunch of rhesus…