Tag: undergraduate

Interrogating the Concept of Categories – an Interview with Lochlann Jain

Anna , October 1st, 2019

Stanford University anthropologist and artist, Lochlann Jain, speaks with Anne Brackenbury (former editor at University of Toronto Press who launched the ethnoGRAPHIC Series) to talk about Jain’s new…

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What Students Deserve in a Textbook

Anna , August 22nd, 2019

With the recent release of Through the Lens of Cultural Anthropology, we asked author Laura Tubelle de González to talk about her new textbook, and her hopes for…

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Collaboration as Innovation: A Brief History of University of Toronto’s Ethnography Lab

Anna , February 11th, 2019

Innovations in Anthropology Series Welcome to the Innovations in Anthropology Series, a blog series devoted to profiling the teaching, production, and dissemination of anthropological knowledge. Wheth…

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Teaching & Learning Creative Habits: The Evolution of #archink

Anna , October 23rd, 2018

With #inktober now in its 10th year, Author Katherine Cook explains the on-going success of the campaign, and discusses the evolution of #archink. As instructors, we often have rather lofty…

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Undergraduate Futures

Alexandra Frankel , January 13th, 2017

On how anthropology might create a safer world for human difference.   In writing a piece on the topic of Futures as current senior undergraduates in anthropology we…

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Teaching about Indigenous Peoples and Cultures

Bob Muckle , July 6th, 2016

Bob Muckle teaches at Capilano University in British Columbia. Researching, teaching, and writing about Indigenous peoples in North America is one of his specialties. Recent books include Indigenous…

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Podcast Pedagogy

Lindsay A. Bell , June 1st, 2016

This is the second in a two-part post in which Lindsay A. Bell (SUNY Oswego) describes her attempt to organize a senior seminar course around producing a podcast…

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The Construction of Anthropological Knowledge and the Construction of Research

Anne Schiller , April 15th, 2016

To mark the publication of the newest ethnography in the Teaching Culture series, Merchants in the City of Art: Work, Identity, and Change in a Florentine Neighborhood, the…

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10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

Whitney Carter , February 4th, 2016

The Three Gorges Dam Main Wall, 2006. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons The Yangtze River begins in the Tibetan Plateau and flows eastward into the East China Sea at Shanghai. …

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