Tag: social inequality

Julia Ticona on her book, Left to Our Own Devices

| , January 19th, 2022

https://global.oup.com/academic/product/left-to-our-own-devices-9780190691288 Ilana Gershon: If you found yourself talking to a voice actor in a coffee shop about your book, how would you expl…

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Book Review: The End of Aspiration? Social Mobility and our Children’s Fading Prospects by Duncan Exley

Rose Deller , December 7th, 2020

In The End of Aspiration?, Duncan Exley reflects on the current social mobility crisis facing the UK and the ways that this can be addressed across government, business…

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Women, gender and viruses: coronas and microscopes in the time of a pandemic by María Jesús Santesmases

María Jesús Santesmases , July 7th, 2020

Among the multitude of narratives prompted by the current pandemic, the biography of June Dalziel Hart Almeida has been circulated by the BBC and other periodicals in numerous…


U.S. Academic Anthropology’s Hiring Network

nckawa , July 23rd, 2018

A paper I authored with several colleagues titled “The Social Network of U.S. Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently accepted by American Anthropologist and will be publ…

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Talking Timbits and Double Doubles: First Day Conversations in Anthropology 100

Erin McGuire , August 22nd, 2016

September looms and it’s time to start planning for that important first class with with my new batch of students. That means it’s time to add Timbits and…

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