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Professional Development: the Informational Interview

Rhiannon Mosher , January 30th, 2017


I recently gave a workshop for anthropology graduate students in my department on strategies for professional development. One of the most interesting things for me about this workshop…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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What does knitting sweaters for kittens or filming fetish porn in your basement have in common? An Activity for second semester student introductions

Jennifer Long , January 19th, 2017


What are you we doing in the classroom besides trying to make one another think about things? Or think about things in a new way or create new…


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Articulating the Anthropological Toolkit to Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , September 15th, 2016


As a PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology, I am currently teaching Communications to Engineering and Technology students. I am surprised almost everyday at the various ways I use my…


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A New Home for Ethnography: The Use and Legacy of Ethnography by Anthropologists and Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , June 9th, 2016


Rhiannon and I are currently completing an article that looks at ethnography at this moment in time. One thread in this discussion is the way in which ethnography…


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Does your Business need an Anthropologist? Why yes I believe it does…

Jennifer Long , April 14th, 2016


Lisa Earle McLeod,Creator of Noble Purpose in business concept, addressed the question, “Does your Business need an Anthropologist?” in her post in HuffPo today.  McLeod’s post is a…


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Philosophers without infrastructure, Part 2

eli , March 31st, 2016


Following up on my last post (and indirectly on a couple of older posts), I came across an interesting interview extract that comments in a bit more detail…


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Academic hands

eli , March 11th, 2016


Jeffrey Williams wrote in his excellent essay Smart that academics’ hands are remarkable for their contrast with working-class hands: My father has a disconcerting habit, especially for people…


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