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Slam that #ethnography! – It is what it is

Kristine Krause , October 20th, 2016


Here’s yet another round of ethnographic slamming with contributions by Kristine Krause, Lex Kuiper, Marije de Groot, and Carola Tize. You should also check out the first and…


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Slam that #ethnography! – Troubling Fieldwork

David Bukusi , October 18th, 2016


Let’s start our ethnography slam with contributions by David Bukusi, Silke Hoppe, Justine Laurent, and Natashe Lemos Dekker. ENJOY!   Doctor’s Slam by David Bukusi – Daktari No…


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Al-Nuwayri on the Pleasures of Life

tabsir , August 26th, 2016


A post about the famous 14th century Mamluk text of al-Nuwayri, with a new English translation of excerpts from this classic compendium now available.


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Conversations

colinhoag , June 28th, 2016


By Meredith Root-Bernstein, Aarhus University § Photo by author. i. I carry home the shock of green wheat it nods as I walk.   Yesterday we saw the…


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Poetry in the Anthropocene

therezamiller , March 3rd, 2016


By Autumn Sharp, University of Kent § I’ll only ask questions I don’t want to know the answers to “Jupiter’s gravity slings long-period comets out of harm’s way, while…


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A poem for my Grandmother

Bree Blakeman , March 2nd, 2016


    Rest in Peace Bing, my paternal Grandmother, who passed away peacefully on Saturday just gone. I will always remember her at her happiest on the farm…


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Laughter is Social Glue

Fatima-Ayan Hirsi and Mita Roy , January 26th, 2016


“Humor Versus Color” by Mita Roy ~ This cartoon was created in the spirit of generativity similar to the Raagmala paintings of India, in which visual art was…


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Ethnographic Poetry and the Leaping Bilingual Mind

Carole McGranahan , November 9th, 2015


[Savage Minds is pleased to run this essay by guest Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor as part of our Writers’ Workshop series. Melisa is Professor of TESOL and World Language Education at…


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“42 steps.” SMS poetry from the school corridor

csabaracs , July 17th, 2015


In October 2014 I joined a school project that was about emphasizing the importance of poetry. Different student groups undertook the opportunity to reinterpret traditional poems via videos…


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Three! (anthro-po-etry)

csabaracs , June 27th, 2015


100 words I stood on the edge of the square… a lot of strangers were there… I heard the echos of their grey talking about the weather… You…


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Dhuŋgur’-yun-nha: a short poem and comment on stuff

Bree Blakeman , January 4th, 2015


  Yes, I know I’m always on about social order as affect. This is an image from the British Museum.   Today I was reflecting on the fact…


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Dhuŋgur’-yun-nha: a short poem and comment on stuff

Bree Blakeman , January 4th, 2015


  Yes, I know I’m always on about social order as affect. This is an image from the British Museum.   Today I was reflecting on the fact…


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