Tag: planning

Writing your thesis – some tips and tricks

standplaatswereld , April 30th, 2021


Over the course of my studies I have received a lot of advice on how to best go about writing my thesis. In this blog, I have curated…


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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Reassessing AAA’s Strategic Priorities

Chelsea Horton , April 14th, 2021


Image description: A man wearing a yellow collared shirt, tie, and glasses smiles. He is visible from the shoulders up.Caption: Ed Liebow, AAA Executive Director The Association stands…


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Coronavirus & Academia

Jason Antrosio , May 2nd, 2020


It’s 3 May 2020 in the United States. People say we are past the peak coronavirus surge, but it remains a slow-moving disaster. And at a time when…


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Estuaries Saved the Coastal Tribes: Joel Palmer’s Plan in 1855

Ethnohistory Research, LLC | David G. Lewis, PhD , August 13th, 2018


I have previously written about how the coastal tribes were relocated to several river estuaries within the Coast Reservation (Siuslaw, Yachats, Alsea, Nashesne, Siletz and Umpqua). There the…


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Farmers & Foodies of the Future (FFF)

Jason Antrosio , August 1st, 2018


Update August 2018: This guest post by Robert Seguin on “Farmers and Foodies of the Future” was originally written in August 2015. Three years on, a post by…


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What if people stop funding the U.S.?

Jason Antrosio , April 19th, 2018


What happens if the US runs out of money? This post is a part of a series examining the possibility of a rather quick US collapse, rather than…


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Collapse and/or Authoritarianism

Jason Antrosio , April 11th, 2018


When will US Government Collapse? This post on “When will US Government Collapse?” is part of a series examining the possibility that rather than a slow, processual decline…


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What should you do?

Jason Antrosio , April 6th, 2018


(if the United States collapses, that is) This series has been examining the question of When will the United States collapse? The decline of US hegemony is usually…


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Beth Comstock and 7 truths for the C-suite

Grant , April 4th, 2018


(This post was first published on Medium, April 3, 2018.) Anyone who works as a creative, a strategist, a planner, a story teller, a PR specialist, or a…


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When will the US Stock Market Collapse?

Jason Antrosio , April 4th, 2018


As in the previous post on When will the United States collapse?, I’ve been working on a draft of this for a couple months. So I might have…


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Hackonomy

Jason Antrosio , April 17th, 2017


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 Bonin Bough will discuss “Hackonomy: Le…


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Hackonomy

Jason Antrosio , April 17th, 2017


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


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Hackonomy

Jason Antrosio , April 17th, 2017


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 from the L…


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Electoral College and the Constitutional Duty to Block Trump

Jason Antrosio , December 12th, 2016


Update June 2017: This post was written at a time when the Electoral College should have exercised a duty that they did not. Although the evidence was available…


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Electoral College: A Duty to Block Trump from Presidency

Jason Antrosio , December 12th, 2016


For most of its modern existence, the US Electoral College has been a mere formality, a procedural endorsement of each state’s popular vote winner. However, the original intent…


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Electoral College: A Duty to Block Trump from Presidency

Jason Antrosio , December 12th, 2016


For most of its modern existence, the US Electoral College has been a mere formality, a procedural endorsement of each state’s popular vote winner. However, the original intent…


Electoral College: A Duty to Block Trump from Presidency

Jason Antrosio , December 12th, 2016


For most of its modern existence, the US Electoral College has been a mere formality, a procedural endorsement of each state’s popular vote winner. However, the original intent…


Constitutional Duty to Block Trump

Jason Antrosio , December 12th, 2016


Electoral College Update June 2017: This post was written at a time when the Electoral College should have exercised a duty that they did not. Although the evidence…


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

A methodological case of comparative anthropology

Juliano Andrade Spyer , June 8th, 2015


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 to accept the fact that socia…


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Anthropology and the State during Globalization

Jason Antrosio , November 7th, 2013


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


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