Tag: vision

Welcome Back to the Teaching Culture Blog!

John Barker , November 11th, 2021


After a two-year hiatus, we’re delighted to announce the relaunching of UTP’s Teaching Culture blog. We are mindful of the incredible changes and challenges that have occurred and/or…


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Life in the Dark

gregdowney , August 16th, 2021


Image by Pexels from Pixabay  (I am republishing a lot of ‘legacy content’ from our PLOS Neuroanthropology weblog, which has been taken down, along with many of the other found…


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Examining the social determinants of global eye health: Sharing my story of vision care (pt. 3)

Soham Govande , July 7th, 2021


This post is part three. Read part one and two of this series. As Together We See (TWS) grew, our team conducted international vision screenings. In these programs,…


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Seeing like a state of exception | 例外状态的视角

Gabriele , March 12th, 2020


In a bittersweet combination of personal achievement and global emergency, I moved to Norway and started working on a new research project right when the COVID-19 epidemic started…


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Marching for Science w/Valorie Aquino – This Anthro Life

Ryan Collins , April 11th, 2018


On this episode of This Anthro Life, hosts Ryan Collins and Adam Gamwell are joined by TAL correspondent and guest host Astrid Countee and by a very special…


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Watching Movies in Ghana

Alexandra Frankel , March 9th, 2017


Re-presenting the stuff of dreams and invisible forces, films feed the popular imagination. “It’s true, it’s true. All these things happen, all these things happen in real life….


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Opaque Zones of Empire

Gastón Gordillo , June 26th, 2013


The fact that NSA-whistleblower Edward Snowden was able to leave Hong Kong despite the planetary surveillance apparatus devoted to capturing him confronts us with the problem I explore…


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Opaque Zones of Empire

Gastón Gordillo , June 26th, 2013


The fact that NSA-whistleblower Edward Snowden was able to leave Hong Kong despite the planetary surveillance apparatus devoted to capturing him confronts us with the problem I explore…


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