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Questions and Answers on Publishing Journal Articles: A Series Organized by Ilana Gershon

Jason Baird Jackson , September 14th, 2021

If you are an academic author or aspire to be one, I hope that you will check out the series organized by Ilana Gershon and published on the…

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Reindeer nomadism as profession, lifestyle, passion and love: Sergei Serotetto

fstammle , June 3rd, 2021

русский текст ниже One of the world’s most respected reindeer nomads, 1954-2021, mourning for a friend (all photos in this post © by Florian Stammler) Один из самых…

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The Arctic Environmental Responsibility Index – oil and gas better than mining?

fstammle , March 11th, 2021

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/bse.2698 This has been a long journey and a lot of work several years: jointly with a number of interdisciplinary colleagues, we published our arti…

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The Experience of Displacement and Social Engineering in Kola Saami Oral Histories

lukasallemann , October 11th, 2020

Public defence of the doctoral dissertation by blog contributor Lukas Allemann on 15 Oct 2020 Our team member and periodic blog contributor Lukas Allemann examines in his thesis…

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Daniel C. Swan, Museum Leader

Jason Baird Jackson , July 1st, 2020

Below find the ninth in a series of posts offered in celebration on the occasion of our colleague and friend Daniel C. Swan’s retirement from the University of…

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COVID-19 impacts in the Arctic: anthropological research gaps / ideas?

fstammle , May 25th, 2020

Dear all, I’m contributing to an expert document on the impacts of COVID-19 in the Arctic. I think it is essential that we highlight research gaps that we…

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Publications: E-learning & blended learning in anthropology & the social sciences

philbu , March 11th, 2020

Here a collection of publications that discuss the development and utilization of e-learning and blended learning tools and models for sociocultural anthropology and the social sciences. These public…

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Arctic Security and Anthropology

fstammle , January 29th, 2020

Our colleagues Gunhild Hoogensen Gjorv with Marc Lanteigne  launched the Routledge Handbook of Arctic Security, of which they are the main editors, and where there are some chapters…

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#Review: Shooting a Revolution

Ieva Zakareviciute , October 28th, 2019

Shooting a Revolution is a smart polyseme that Donatella Della Ratta uses to describe the grim reality of Syria: one shoots to kill and one shoots to film….


#Review: After Ethnos

Shaheed Tayob , October 1st, 2019

After Ethnos is a philosophically sophisticated provocation and inspiration towards a new mode of anthropological analysis that breaks free from the classic conflation of anthropology with ethnography…


Anthropology at, and of, the Limit

Ruben Andersson , September 27th, 2019

Where do we draw the line of separation? Who draws it, and for which purposes? When the former interior minister of Italy, Matteo Salvini, launched his little war…


Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The No-Map and the Fear of Being in the No Go World

Ignacio Fradejas-García , September 26th, 2019

The NGO personnel in Gaziantep’s office (Turkey) was in shock. Little groups were talking loudly in Arabic, or keeping their lips firmly closed. “It was an air-strike”, my…


No Go World: The Map of Danger, Reconnections and ‘Crimes of Solidarity’

Sébastien Bachelet , September 25th, 2019

Andersson’s new opus is a haunting and insightful examination of those remote zones of danger and insecurity that are distant yet at the centre of ‘our new world…


No Go World: How No Go Zones Make the World a More Dangerous Place

Anna Tuckett , September 24th, 2019

As neo-nationalists gain strength across Europe and the promise of ‘strong’ borders continues to gain traction with electorates across the world, we need few reminders of the paradoxes…


 #Review: Rules, Paper and Status

Veronica Ferreri , September 9th, 2019

The arrival of a ‘refugee,’ ‘migrant,’ ‘asylym seeker,’ or the European ‘Other,’ is too familiar to us from political debates. The stage for this spectacle of ‘crisis’ and…


#Review: Out of “love” and “solidarity”

Anna Kyriazi , July 19th, 2019

Out of “love” and “solidarity”, an ethnography written in Greek, is Katerina Rozakou’s insightful study of two volunteer organizations that helped refugees in Athens in the early 200…


#REVIEW: An Anthropology of Nothing in Particular

Michael Ulfstjerne , July 17th, 2019

Do the efforts to avoid meaningful action among young Nihilists in an undisclosed location make sense in a time where everything seems to be saturated with purpose? Does…


Book Chapter: Indigenous Media Technologies in “The Digital Age”

philbu , March 19th, 2019

Budka, P. (2019). Indigenous media technologies in “the digital age”: Cultural articulation, digital practices, and sociopolitical concepts. In S. S. Yu & M. D. Matsaganis (Eds.), …

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Two Short Courses in Tartu

Jason Baird Jackson , October 24th, 2018

#fulbrightspecialist #fulbright #exchangeourworld In an earlier post, I expressed my appreciation for the opportunity to visit the University of Tartu as a Fulbright Specialist. Among my tasks w…

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A new book about Yukaghir people

Roza Laptander , October 19th, 2018

Our anthropological team would like to congratulate Dr Cecilia Odé with her new book Life with the Yukaghir: North-East Siberia’s oldest tundra people. The book was published this summer…

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The University of Tartu, Appreciated

Jason Baird Jackson , October 17th, 2018

I recently spent an extended time in Tartu, Estonia. I had the wonderful opportunity to be a Fulbright Specialist visiting the Departments of: (1) Estonian and Comparative Folklore,…

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#Review: Le plus beau métier du monde

Miriam Odoni , September 25th, 2018

Giulia Mensitieri’s book “Le plus beau métier du monde” Dans les coulisses de l’industrie de la mode examines labor in the cultural and creative industries. Analyzing fashion as…


Engaged Anthropology: Politics Beyond the Text. A Conversation with Stuart Kirsch

Ilana Gershon , September 13th, 2018

How can an anthropologist who teaches at a university work towards helping indigenous people in their efforts to make their lives better?  Many turn to publishing as an…


#Review: State of Rebellion

Rosalie Allain , July 13th, 2018

In State of Rebellion: Violence and Intervention in the Central African Republic, Louisa Lombard moves away from an anthropological tendency to study the margins and interstices of the…