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E. Gabriel Dattatreyan , November 20th, 2017
Hair is something we think we know. Growing spontaneously from our heads, demanding attention throughout our lives, it is intrinsically bound up with our identities and biographies, our…
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E. Gabriel Dattatreyan , March 10th, 2017
Two Arts of Serendipity Brent Luvaas Street photography, notes Magnum photographer Alex Webb, is a practice of harnessing serendipity. Photographers never know what they are going to find…
Anne Kelsey , November 10th, 2016
We asked Annual Meeting workshop organizers to give our blog readers a sneak peek at the events they have planned for AAA 2016. This post was submitted by Alice…
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Anne , November 8th, 2016
It’s officially November and we all know what that means: #AAA2016 is right around the corner. The panic around getting desks cleared and papers/presentations written, comingled with the…
Jennifer Reynolds , October 21st, 2016
In our scholarship, we strive to strike a balance between anthropological theory-building and social engagement. To do so we use digital technology – inexpensive cameras and social media…