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Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists

Rhiannon Mosher , January 4th, 2018


Here’s something fun for back to class: the relatively new tumblr Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists! Alex Golub posted about his new project on anthro{dendum} back in November, but…


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Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists

Rhiannon Mosher , January 4th, 2018


Here’s something fun for back to class: the relatively new tumblr Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists! Alex Golub posted about his new project on anthro{dendum} back in November, but…


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A look back at anthropology everywhere in 2017!

anthro everywhere! , December 18th, 2017


As 2017 comes rapidly to a close, here’s our annual round-up of some of our favourite posts and content published this year. Thanks to everyone who has read…


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A look back at anthropology everywhere in 2017!

anthro everywhere! , December 18th, 2017


As 2017 comes rapidly to a close, here’s our annual round-up of some of our favourite posts and content published this year. Thanks to everyone who has read…


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Chivalry Isn’t Dead…But it Should Be?

guestanthropologist , November 27th, 2017


By Jonny Craig Let’s begin with a scenario: It’s the end of his lunch hour, and Gary from IT is walking the short distance back to his place…


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Conferencing: How to be a great Chair

Rhiannon Mosher , October 16th, 2017


With #AmAnth2017 on the horizon, we’ve been sharing some timely tips for conference goers over the past two posts. Today we are sharing some resources on how to be a…


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Conferencing: Tips for Moderators

Rhiannon Mosher , October 12th, 2017


In keeping with our post last Thursday on Writing better Conference Abstracts and crafting better Posters, and with #AmAnth17 next month, I thought it timely to share this article on Ti…


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Solutionism – The Role of Technology in Solving SocioTechnical Problems

Jennifer Long , September 14th, 2017


It all began, over a year ago (June 2016), with what author Ethan Zuckerman described as hate-linking. Through this practice, Zuckerman stumbled upon and read an article by…


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Fake News: Questions and Resources for Back to Class and All Year Round

Rhiannon Mosher , September 7th, 2017


Ah, fake news.  As a phenomenon, its truthiness is both fascinating (from an epistemological perspective, at least) and highly troubling (from the perspective of anyone who cares about…


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Isuma TV – Indigenous Media collective

Rhiannon Mosher , September 4th, 2017


We recently came across Isuma TV, “a collaborative multimedia platform for indigenous filmmakers and media organizations. Each user can design their own space, or channel, to reflect their…


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BINGO!

Alexandra Frankel , August 10th, 2017


How to Teach about African Foragers One of my favorite courses to teach centers around a problematic category: hunter-gatherers. But the problematic nature is also one of the…


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An Anthropologist In Situ Part II: A Business Accreditation Conference

Jennifer Long , July 6th, 2017


I (Jenn) have recently been reflecting on the ways in which we can bring anthropological knowledge into non-traditional anthropological places – particularly, during conference season. First, I spoke…


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#Canada150, Indigenous nations 13,000…

anthro everywhere! , July 3rd, 2017


If you live in Canada, you will know that the country has just celebrated its sesquicentennial. You might have even learned the word “sesquicentennial” recently to describe what…


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For the Love of Us All, No More Deplorables, Snowflakes, or Nasty Women

Carie Little Hersh , June 8th, 2017


8 Labels I Never Want to Hear Again There are several words that have gained in popularity over the last few years that I don’t ever want to…


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More on racist mascots

Rhiannon Mosher , June 1st, 2017


In my house, we are already two months into baseball season — which also means the resurgence of critical blogs, news articles and discussions about racist mascots. We…


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More on racist mascots

Rhiannon Mosher , June 1st, 2017


In my house, we are already two months into baseball season — which also means the resurgence of critical blogs, news articles and discussions about racist mascots. We…


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Indigenous fire management

Rhiannon Mosher , May 29th, 2017


Indigenous knowledge and practices are increasingly recognized and incorporated by non-Indigenous governments, businesses, and others into their own projects. While these engagements may often take th…


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Indigenous fire management

Rhiannon Mosher , May 29th, 2017


Indigenous knowledge and practices are increasingly recognized and incorporated by non-Indigenous governments, businesses, and others into their own projects. While these engagements may often take th…


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Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy

Rhiannon Mosher , May 25th, 2017


As anthropologists, we frequently teach about power dynamics and social inequality in our classrooms. Especially in the context of efforts to decolonize anthropology, many of us reflect on…


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Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy

Rhiannon Mosher , May 25th, 2017


As anthropologists, we frequently teach about power dynamics and social inequality in our classrooms. Especially in the context of efforts to decolonize anthropology, many of us reflect on…


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Bringing anthropological ethics into the classroom

Rhiannon Mosher , April 24th, 2017


With the Canadian Anthropology Society Conference next week comes CASCA’s Spring issue of the network’s newsletter, Culture. One item that caught our eye in this issue was Eric…


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Bringing anthropological ethics into the classroom

Rhiannon Mosher , April 24th, 2017


With the Canadian Anthropology Society Conference next week comes CASCA’s Spring issue of the network’s newsletter, Culture. One item that caught our eye in this issue was Eric…


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Experience Rich Anthropology Revisited

Haidy Geismar , April 23rd, 2017


Hannah Knox, UCL Anthropology  When I was an undergraduate at the University of Manchester in the late 1990s I recall being introduced by John Gledhill to something called…


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Science, objectivity, race, gender

Rhiannon Mosher , March 13th, 2017


Have you heard of Space + Anthropology? This group blog through Medium.com brings together commentaries on the intersections between tech, culture, space, sci-fi, art, and anthropology. We alread…


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