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Will “Only Murders” be funny? It depends.

Grant , August 30th, 2021


Martin Short, Steve Martin and Selena Gomez to star in the new show Only Murders. Variety tells us that the new show called Only Murders and staring Selena…


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Writing LifeNo. 14: An Interview with Hélène Mialet by Catelijne Coopmans

Catelijne Coopmans , June 17th, 2021


Image 1: Hélène’s home office. The pandemic has revealed the fragility of our lives and the vulnerability of our bodies. It has also revealed the importance of fleshy…


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How Destination Marketers can Inspire Emotion Through Storytelling; the Science Behind a Good Narrative

Meagan McGuire, CDME , April 19th, 2021


Anyone familiar with the podcast and NPR radio series, This American Life, knows that Ira Glass can tell a really good story. There is something about his slow recitation, perfectly…


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A Brief Lindbergh Update

Anthropology365 , April 5th, 2021


One of my more popular posts of late has been The Fall and Rise of Lindbergh: A Javelina Story. In that post, I tell the story of a…


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The Fall and Rise and Lindbergh: A Javelina Story

Anthropology365 , March 8th, 2021


I have been working with javelinas in Texas for nearly a year. My first encounter with them occurred at Big Bend National Park and I have since visited…


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The New Era of Transformative and Sustainable Tourism

Jeremy Wells - Longitude , January 25th, 2021


Originally posted on LogitudeDesign.com on June 3, 2020 “A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder (where) fabulous forces are…


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The Vanishing Land: In Search of a Myth for Samothraki

colinhoag , May 12th, 2020


By Eleni Kotsira, University of St Andrews § It is an evening in the early days of August 2019. I am sitting at a café in an alleyway…


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Elizabeth Falconi and Kathryn Graber’s edited Storytelling as Narrative Practice

| , April 6th, 2020


https://brill.com/view/title/38668 Interview by Dilara Inam Dilara Inam: As you say you blur many taken-for-granted distinctions between spontaneous and rehearsed or quotidian and unconventional ways…


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Gossip—A Thing Humans Do

Chelsea Horton , February 20th, 2020


Gossip and rumor are important informal modes of communication, influencing public opinion and individual actions. But, the distinction between information and falsehood can be difficult to see.  Is…


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Against Forgetting: Telling Stories After Zika by Eliza Williamson

Eliza Williamson , January 6th, 2020


For English click here. Contra o Esquecimento: Contando Histórias após o Zika Dois anos atrás, em um aeroporto, enquanto esperava uma conexão, recebi uma mensagem de WhatsApp de uma…


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A Poetics of Dementia by Rosemarie Buikema

Rosemarie Buikema , November 18th, 2019


One rainy morning in November, I called my mother. “Hi mum, how’re you doing?”“Well, it isn’t much fun to be sitting here in a chicken run all day…


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Geschichtengläubigkeit. Was Literatur zum Storytelling zu sagen hat

Sandro Zanetti , July 14th, 2019


Der “Fall Relotius” wird gerade zu den Akten gelegt. Die Diskussion um das Storytelling im Journalismus ist aber noch nicht abgeschlossen. Und wo findet man den besten Kommentar…


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Ep. #39 Heartless Foundation, Stories, Reconciliation & Failed Election Prophecies: This month on TFS

The Familiar Strange , June 9th, 2019


On this month’s panel, we welcome Will Grant from The Wholesome Show onto the podcast and introduce Kylie Wong Dolan, one of TFS’ Editorial Board members who is…


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When We Come to Anthropology, Elsewhere Comes with Us

Alexandra Frankel , February 20th, 2019


Ethnography’s power comes from the margins. Not the center. A glance at my watch revealed that my colleague was already five minutes over his thirty-minute allotment. Students from…


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Greetings from Silicon Beach

Alexandra Frankel , November 9th, 2018


Does technology mean something different when it leaves the Valley and goes to the Beach? In the summer of 2016, during preliminary fieldwork in California, I met with…


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Las neuronas de la persuasión

Antonio Leon , July 17th, 2018


Un asunto polémico que rodea la frontera de conocimiento entre las ciencias sociales y las ciencias físicas es determinar si la identidad y las acciones que desplegamos los…


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#Review: White Faces. Reframing memory #PerformanceArt

Christine Moderbacher , January 22nd, 2018


“It was so special” appears in simple white letters on a black screen while the performer Yadgar Bakir is speaking in a calm voice about childhood events that…


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Explaining Ethnography in the Field: A Conversation between Pasang Yangjee Sherpa and Carole McGranahan

Carole McGranahan , September 25th, 2017


What is ethnography? In anthropology, ethnography is both something to know and a way of knowing. It is an orientation or epistemology, a type of writing, and also…


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Explaining Ethnography in the Field: A Conversation between Pasang Yangjee Sherpa and Carole McGranahan

Carole McGranahan , September 25th, 2017


What is ethnography? In anthropology, ethnography is both something to know and a way of knowing. It is an orientation or epistemology, a type of writing, and also…


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TAL + SM: The Stories Bones Tell

This Anthro Life , June 28th, 2017


This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover Series, part 4 by Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you…


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TAL + SM: Anthropology and Science Journalism, A New Genre?

This Anthro Life , June 21st, 2017


Click here to check out the podcast This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover Series, part 3 by Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins This Anthro Life has teamed…


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Anthropology + Science Journalism = A New Genre? w/ Daniel Salas of SAPIENS

Ryan Collins , June 21st, 2017


Click here to check out the TAL + SM blog post This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and…


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Some Thoughts on Movement and the #MMTW

Priya Srinivasan , May 15th, 2017


It was the moment that the sociologist from University of Amsterdam Olga Sezneva announced “I will be a talking artifact” while striking a pose in the Allard Pierson…


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Managing cultural complexity, 3 options courtesy of Tom Friedman, Chance the Rapper, and Maggie Siff

Grant , February 17th, 2017


(Originally published Feb. 16 on Medium) Tom Friedman was interviewed by Al Hunt on Charlie Rose Tuesday night. He was pitching his new book: Thank you for being…


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