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“The Netherlands Meat Land” Campaign: Towards an Ethnography of Meat

standplaatswereld , September 16th, 2022


By Irene Stengs On 1 September 2022, the Dutch Central Organisation for the Meat Industry (COV, Centrale Organisatie voor de Vleessector), a partnership consisting of organizations involved in…


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Photoshopping Desire: Gender, Caste, and the “Authentic” Self

Lakshita Malik , September 6th, 2022


Screenshot of the comments for the post by @photo_paparazzo, being discussed in the blogpost In an Instagram post by a photographer @photo_paparazzo, we see what the labor of…


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Bioethics Must First Burn

Johnathan Flowers , August 30th, 2022


Bioethics must burn before it can be reimagined to enable the flourishing of all humans, and not just the ones that align with or are presupposed by its…


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Platypod, Episode Two: Ableism in Anthropology and Higher Ed

Laura Heath-Stout , August 9th, 2022


In this episode, Platypod presents a conversation between Laura Heath-Stout (Brandeis University) and Rebecca-Eli Long (Purdue University). They discuss their research and experiences of ableism in ac…


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Counting on Montane Birds: Biologists, Verticality, and Territorial Defense in Colombia

Ángela Castillo-Ardila , August 2nd, 2022


This piece is about the unforeseen and sometimes overlooked connection between (i) birds living in the forests of Colombia’s high tropical Andes, (ii) local biologists supporting an anti-mining…


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Platypod, Episode One: Technologies and Politics of Accessibility

Zihao Lin , July 26th, 2022


In its opening episode, Platypod presents a conversation between Cassandra Hartblay (University of Toronto) and Zihao Lin (University of Chicago). They discuss their research on accessibility culture…


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Just in Time (how to be an anthropologist in business)

Grant , July 25th, 2022


As the academic world continues its slow motion descent into financial and sometimes intellectual insolvency, some anthropologists seek employment in the world of business. The Journal of Business…


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Protected: The Cancelation of Colin Kaepernick: Spatial Exclusion and Consequences of Cancel Culture on Social Media*

The Allowable Limit of Disability

Gabrielle Hanley-Mott , June 22nd, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio The Allowable Limit of Disability read by the author, Gabrielle Hanley-Mott In February 2022 a court in Norway …


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Detangling Molecular Hauntings: Hair as a Site of Preserving Lived Experience

Benjamin Schaefer , June 14th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Benjamin Schaefer Hair is a dynamic biological structure an…


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Big Bend Javelina Survey

Anthropology365 , June 7th, 2022


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Inclusion and Opportunities for Equal Participation for Autistic University Students in France

Cara Ryan , June 7th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Cara Ryan Image by Jon Tyson, Unsplash Like the term “equal…


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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in Epistemologies – The Line Between Bodies and Ideas?

Nathan Klembara , May 31st, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Nathan Klembara A recent trend in the sciences is the attem…


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“Emeryville is Weird”

Annie Hammang , May 24th, 2022


When I would tell people I worked in the small San Francisco Bay Area suburb of Emeryville, they would almost always say, “Emeryville is weird.” And then the…


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sydneyyeager , May 16th, 2022


Sydney Yeager INSIGHT · STRATEGY · INNOVATION Innovation powered by empathic insights and data-driven decision-making.  As a digital anthropologist, I synergize qualitative and quantita…


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Niche Partitioning in Javelinas (Pecari Tajacu) and Feral Hogs (Sus scrofa) in Texas: Research Poster

Anthropology365 , May 16th, 2022


Javelinas, also known as collared peccaries (Pecari tajacu), are the only peccary species native to North America. Despite their porcine appearance, peccaries (Family Tayassuidae) are not pigs (Famil…


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Viral Entanglements in Malaysian Porcine Worlds

Kymberley Chu , May 12th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Kymberley Chu Content warning: This blog post contains photo…


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Thinking in Constellations: Problematizing Indigeneity in the Atacama Desert, Chile

Valentina Moraima Acuña Bravo , May 10th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio . In October 2021, I flew from the capital of Chile to the driest desert in the world—the Atacama Desert, a…


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Back into the (digital) armchair? A feminist approach to building research relations in a postcolonial setting

digitalethnography , May 4th, 2022


Syntia Hasenöhrl* (Virtually) being in Bamako over time. Images by Syntia Hasenöhrl. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many scholars had to transfer their research into the…


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Revisiting Human-Machine Relationships and Efforts of Feminist STS

Doyeon Shin , May 3rd, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Alexa, Bixby, the GPS voice, Siri.… AI (Artificial Intelligence) assistants, which operate through algorithms …


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People Are Not Fixed Media

Ritwik Banerji , April 12th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this post as read by Ritwik Banerji Sensory ethnography continually emphasizes …


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Climatic Futures and Tree Response-ability: Can Urban Forests Restore Human-Tree Relations?

Tayeba Batool , April 5th, 2022


Listen to an audio recording of this post read by Tayeba Batool This browser does not support HTML5 audio How do we account for the agency of trees…


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