Tag: Site News

Website Refreshenating

Rex , January 28th, 2020


I’ve done some refreshing of this website, adding a new background (a cc’d image of a William Morris floral textile print, iirc), updating my about page, and, most…


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My social media sabbatical is over

Rex , May 8th, 2019


I’m excited but also sorta trepidatious to announce that my social media sabbatical is now officially over. I took a break in May of last year to deal…


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Dendrites, Interns, Contributors, & Guest Contributors

Kerim , March 16th, 2018


Just a short announcement to point out that a couple of names have disappeared from our sidebar as we move to make our list of authors better reflect…


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Savage Minds is dead! Long live anthro{dendum}!

Kerim , November 28th, 2017


This will be the last post on the domain savageminds.org, but the site will live on. It will live on both at this address (savageminds.org) where there will…


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Savage Minds is dead! Long live anthro{dendum}!

Kerim , November 28th, 2017


This will be the last post on the domain savageminds.org, but the site will live on. It will live on both at this address (savageminds.org) where there will…


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The duodenum is a noble, noble organ and I am totally, totally willing to own that name.

Rex , July 14th, 2017


anthroduodenum /anTHrəˈd(y)o͞oəˈdēnəm/ or /anTHrōˈd(y)o͞oəˈdēnəm/ n 1. an anthropology blog dedicated to breaking down the most important issue facing our discipline. 2. the hard, under-appreciated, b…


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A Note about Changing the Name of the Blog and the Podcast Series

Dick Powis , June 10th, 2017


Earlier this week, in collaboration with the podcast This Anthro Life, we debuted our new five-part series called “These Anthro Minds” – except that wasn’t the first choice…


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Welcome new blogger Uzma Rizvi!

Kerim , June 25th, 2015


Savage Minds has long been looking for an archaeologist whose writing would mesh well with our own (predominantly cultural anthropological) sensibility, and so when Uzma Rizvi guest blogged…


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