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Gareth Breen , September 23rd, 2020
We were sat upstairs in a favourite hot-pot restaurant in old Taipei, nestled in between a deep red temple and a scooter repair shop, behind a metro station….
Haidy Geismar , January 21st, 2020
Patricia G. Lange, California College of the Arts Mary Douglas, a key figure in the field of anthropology, once famously asserted that in small-scale societies, “the cycling…
fstammle , December 11th, 2019
Our colleagues from the library have alerted us to their colloquium, which is this year about the participation of knowledge-holders in the sharing and archiving practices that have…
Jeannette Pols , September 17th, 2018
One of the most bewildering and fascinating things about spending time with people with dementia is that they can rapidly travel through time. This was most clear with…
Michael Costello , March 20th, 2018
Those of the general public who have heard of milk kinship usually regard milk kinship as a feature of “primitive”, “tribal” lineage-based societies, often semi-feudal, with residues almost…
Gamwell , December 21st, 2016
Giving Gifts and the Spirit of Sharing Summary: Why can’t you get rid of that ugly sweater from Grandma? What rules dictate your selection of gifts this holiday…
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Gamwell , March 7th, 2016
Coca and Mate by Guilherme Heiden and Adam Gamwell Mate (pronounced mah-tay), or more commonly known as yerba mate for English speakers, is an herbal tea drink native…
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