Tag: primatology

Decolonizing Primatology: Part I

Anthropology365 , November 19th, 2018


We all have texts that are formative in our academic, professional, spiritual, personal, mental, and philosophical lives. There are a few books that I can point to as…


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The Personhood and Rights of Apes

Anthropology365 , April 3rd, 2018


I spent the earliest part of my career as an anthropologist studying captive chimpanzees at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, NC. While there, I always made a…


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Awkward Anthropological Moments

Alexandra Frankel , March 19th, 2018


In honor of recent National Awkward Moments Day, March 18, AN invited anthropologists to share their awkward, amusing, embarrassing moments and learning experiences from the field. Read about…


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Progressing the Person and Policy

Coltan Scrivner , January 25th, 2017


The English word “person” has a long and convoluted history. Though the word itself likely derives from the Latin, persona, referring to the masks worn in theatre, its…


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Of Primates and Persons

Coltan Scrivner , January 4th, 2017


Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Coltan Scrivner for the month of January. Coltan will be writing a series of posts on personhood from different disciplinary perspectives. When I…


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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…


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Hartwick Anthropology 2016 Courses – Spring & J Term

Jason Antrosio , November 5th, 2015


Teaching Hartwick Anthropology courses is what launched and sustains Living Anthropologically. For more information, visit the Hartwick Anthropology webpage and sign up for some great Hartwick Anthrop…


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People, Primates and Pathogens: Integrated approaches to Health, Disease, and the human-animal interface with Augustin Fuentes and Lisa Jones-Engel

Andrew R , September 14th, 2015


The AAA welcomes back Agustin Fuentes for another Webinar Wednesday, this time joined by Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel.  Please note our different time this week: 11 AM Eastern. Utilizing…


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Anthropology Blogs Update – June 2014

Jason Antrosio , June 22nd, 2014


It’s been too long since the last entry, and I’ve been notified of some new anthropology blogs–or ones I had not known about. Thank you for the update–the…


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Introduction to Anthropology – 2014 – Entangling the Biological

Jason Antrosio , February 8th, 2014


Update: See the 2015 Introduction to Anthropology for more thoughts on this course and how the 2014 books worked. For spring 2014, another round of Introduction to Anthropology–another…


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Anthropology Blogs 2014

Jason Antrosio , February 7th, 2014


Update 2015: This is the archive page for 2014 Anthropology Blogs. Click Anthropology Blogs 2015 for a current list and see also the Anthropology Blogs 2013 and 2012…


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