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Collaboration between Academics and Industry: Canhoto and Quinton

Jennifer Long , December 4th, 2017


Are you an academic looking for ways to collaborate with industry stakeholders (or vice versa)? Check out a (relatively…) recent blog post on LSE Impact Blog detailing Ana…


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Collaboration between Academics and Industry: Canhoto and Quinton

Jennifer Long , December 4th, 2017


Are you an academic looking for ways to collaborate with industry stakeholders (or vice versa)? Check out a (relatively…) recent blog post on LSE Impact Blog detailing Ana…


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Sample Boilerplate Language for Ethnographic Ethics Proposals

Jennifer Long , November 23rd, 2017


Blogger Jennifer Long has been spending lots of time (too much time) writing ethics proposals these days. However, many university-related ethics boards have very useful tips, tricks and…


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Sample Boilerplate Language for Ethnographic Ethics Proposals

Jennifer Long , November 23rd, 2017


Blogger Jennifer Long has been spending lots of time (too much time) writing ethics proposals these days. However, many university-related ethics boards have very useful tips, tricks and…


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Studying People We Don’t (Necessarily) Like – Bangstad

Jennifer Long , November 20th, 2017


Sindre Bangstad wrote (2017) Doing Fieldwork among People We Don’t (Necessarily) Like for Anthropology News’ Anthropological Publics, Public Anthropology section. Bengstad writes,Marcus Banks and Andr…


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Studying People We Don’t (Necessarily) Like – Bangstad

Jennifer Long , November 20th, 2017


Sindre Bangstad wrote (2017) Doing Fieldwork among People We Don’t (Necessarily) Like for Anthropology News’ Anthropological Publics, Public Anthropology section. Bengstad writes,Marcus Banks and Andr…


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One size does not fit all – Applying Anthropological Principals to Pedagogical Research

Jennifer Long , October 30th, 2017


Blogger Jennifer Long has begun a new research project which looks at the various ways in which students’ unique context and identities influence their learning experiences. Where you…


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Anthropologists everywhere! Filming heavy metal with Sam Dunn

Rhiannon Mosher , October 2nd, 2017


The first time I met Sam Dunn was in the smoking room (when those still existed) of a dive-y bar that my cohort of Dalhousie MA students used…


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The Event! Designing Human Futures

Jennifer Long , September 28th, 2017


Dr. Paul Hartley came to McMaster last night to give us a talk about Reassessing our (i.e. Humans’) Relationship with Technology. The talk was extremely useful in that…


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The Anthropology of Humor – Responding to Everyday Racist Comments and Jokes

Jennifer Long , September 25th, 2017


In the face of so much bigotry flying around on social media and in our daily lives, it’s good practice to remind ourselves of the best practices out…


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What can Anthro do? …. Discuss the Future Relationship of Design, Technology and its Human Creators

Jennifer Long , September 21st, 2017


On September 27th, McMaster University will host Dr. Paul Hartley, a Senior Anthropologist at Idea Couture in Toronto, ON and now, co-founder and Director of the Institute for…


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Innovative Like Me: Best Practices for Writing Unbiased Job Ads

Jennifer Long , September 18th, 2017


Below is a post @anthrolens blogger @JennLong3 wrote on LinkedIn. In this post, I write about diversity and bias in Canadian job ads. ————————————————————–…


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Solutionism – The Role of Technology in Solving SocioTechnical Problems

Jennifer Long , September 14th, 2017


It all began, over a year ago (June 2016), with what author Ethan Zuckerman described as hate-linking. Through this practice, Zuckerman stumbled upon and read an article by…


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Resources for Anti-Racist Pedagogy

Rhiannon Mosher , September 11th, 2017


As a scholar who “grew up” in anthropology decades after the crisis of representation debates emerged, I am well aware of the colonizing power dynamics in our discipline’s…


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Thinking about careers outside of the Academy: NIH’s OITE Careers Blog

Rhiannon Mosher , August 31st, 2017


The American National Institutes of Health (NIH) has a thorough Career Services blog providing a wealth of advice that will be of use for recent grads and graduate students….


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What do Cultural Anthropologists do? "Decode" Human Behaviour

Jennifer Long , August 28th, 2017


According to a recent article (August 3, 2017) in the Financial Post, Martin Birt discusses the work of Johanna Faigelman, CEO and founding partner of Human Branding. In answer…


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Anthropology Podcasting

Rhiannon Mosher , August 24th, 2017


Heard any great podcasts lately? What about anthropology podcasts? We’ve posted about anthropology and podcasting before on anthro everywhere! as a way of communicating ethnography in a different …


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Jediism as Religion: Anthropology for a Changing World

Jennifer Long , August 17th, 2017


Last Thursday, anthroeverywhere! wrote about Gillian Parrish’s post on Jedi-training in the classroom, which they use as a means to teach implicit skills such as empathy to students. Today, w…


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Syllabi resources for challenging systemic racism, colonization, and more

Rhiannon Mosher , August 14th, 2017


In the wake of the horrific, racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, it is important for anthropologists to think about our voice in university classrooms as…


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The Connection between Anthropology and Jedi Training

Jennifer Long , August 10th, 2017


Gillian Parrish wrote a post for Magna’s Faculty Focus magazine entitled Jedi Training: Developing Habits of Perception in Our Disciplines. In this piece, Parrish describes how longstanding practi…


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Perspectives: checking out the new #OpenAccess textbook

Rhiannon Mosher , August 7th, 2017


In a recent post, Anthrodendum (formerly Savage Minds) highlights the new open-access teaching resource Perspectives: An Open Invitation to Cultural Anthropology. This new, open-access textbook is a pr…


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Anthropologists Visualizing Data: Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Three

Jennifer Long , August 3rd, 2017


In line with the post from earlier this week, Anthro Everywhere! is revisiting the topic of visualizing data in accessible (i.e. easily consumable) ways. What do I mean…


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The Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Two

Jennifer Long , July 31st, 2017


As an anthropologist teaching technical communications, I often reflect on the merits of active, concise, and accessible communication styles that I didn’t learn while studying my undergraduate or…


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Anthropology Blogs for the Affluent Tech-Thusiast?

anthro everywhere! , July 27th, 2017


Scientific American identifies its 9 million strong readership as educated and affluent adults. The magazine is #1 when reaching “tech-thusiasts” who they define as individuals who own and u…


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