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Hackonomy

On Monday, April 17 at 7:30pm in Anderson Center for the Arts at Hartwick College, award-winning e-commerce marketing executive and television personality …


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Hackonomy

April 2017 at Hartwick College featured a lecture by award-winning e-commerce marketing executive and television personality Bonin Bough. Bough discussed “Hackonomy: Lessons …


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Hackonomy

Hackonomy April 2017 at Hartwick College featured a lecture by award-winning e-commerce marketing executive and television personality Bonin Bough. Bough discussed “Hackonomy: …


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Constitutional Duty to Block Trump

Electoral College Update June 2017: This post was written at a time when the Electoral College should have exercised a duty that …


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Erik Swyngedouw – Design after planning: examining the shift from episystemology to topology


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A methodological case of comparative anthropology

Image Courtesy Quinn Dombrowski (Creative Commons) I hear from colleagues in our department that completing a PhD can often be a solitary experience. Anthropologists tend …


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Anthropology and the State during Globalization

What’s happening with the anthropology of the state? It seemed that in the 1990s, anthropology was breaking from the ethnographic trilogy of …


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