Tag: Tim Ingold

Purpose of Living Anthropologically

Jason Antrosio , May 25th, 2020

In a time of global convulsion, I’m rethinking the purpose of Living Anthropologically as a blog and website. And yes, that image up there is borrowed from the…

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Tim Ingold: What on Earth is the Ground?

Conditions & Potentials of Human Life

Jason Antrosio , November 12th, 2017

What is Anthropology? In each generation, the question of “What is Anthropology?” must be answered anew. In 2017, Tim Ingold’s Anthropology and/as Education provides a summation of a…

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Tim Ingold: the sustainability of everything

Chatting While Waterskiing, Part 1

Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway , October 31st, 2016

In this three-part blog series, Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway of Oberlin College reflects on the challenges she has encountered in trying to incorporate drawing into her work as a linguistic…

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Tim Ingold: One World Anthropology

Hartwick Anthropology 2016 Courses – Spring & J Term

Jason Antrosio , November 5th, 2015

Teaching Hartwick Anthropology courses is what launched and sustains Living Anthropologically. For more information, visit the Hartwick Anthropology webpage and sign up for some great Hartwick Anthrop…

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Culture, Culture, Everywhere

Jason Antrosio , September 21st, 2015

Just as I was preparing to teach Cultural Anthropology, two posts about culture came out on powerhouse anthropology blogs. On Savage Minds, Alex Golub reviews The Asian American…

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Anthropology beyond dichotomies? Thoughts after beyond perception 2015

arcticcentre , September 6th, 2015

The Symposium “Beyond perception 15” was organised in Aberdeen by the department postgraduate researchers and postgraduate students to celebrate the work of Tim Ingold. The aim was to…

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Beyond perception conference

fstammle , May 7th, 2015

The previous blog topic by Anna on humans and animals is very prominent in the programme of the upcoming super-interesting “Beyond Perception” conference at the University of Aberdeen,…

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hope: the first anthropological emotion

Jason Antrosio , December 28th, 2014

During the comments from the Anthropology and Storytelling panel at the #AAA2014 meetings: “The first anthropological emotion is hope” (Carole McGranahan). As McGranahan clarified in a fol…

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Transformational Storytelling Anthropology

Jason Antrosio , December 20th, 2014

Modified transcript of discussant comments for panel on Anthropology and Storytelling at the 2014 Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association. Many thanks to Coralynn Davis, Carole McG…

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Teaching Cultural Anthropology (via a quote from Tim Ingold, Making, 2013:13)

Jason Antrosio , September 2nd, 2014

Fall 2014, teaching Cultural Anthropology. The Hartwick College Anthropology format for teaching cultural anthropology is to begin with a four-fields Introduction to Anthropology, followed by mid-leve…

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