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Ask-Me-Almost-Anything (AMAA): Centering Student Engagement with Ethnographic Monographs by Christine Sargent

Christine Sargent , December 6th, 2021


“Why is this a book?” The student who volunteered this question during a class discussion could not have known how meaningful – and unsettling – I found the…


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Soapbox: on slips and trips.

john hutnyk , December 6th, 2021


In the business of selling cultures for quids, and other random translations Once upon a long ago, there was a time when I was more rebelliously young, and…


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Pantomime Terror and Global South Asia on Screen

john hutnyk , December 3rd, 2021


Cheap paperback stocking stuffers… – though I wonder if 1 left in stock contradicts that whole value-scarcity thing. Pretty sure there is more than one.


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30 Minute Methods: Jack Boulton at TDTU KhXH&NV

john hutnyk , November 30th, 2021


Jack Boulton 30 Minute Methods talk at TDTU, KHOA KHXH&NV,: 30 November 2021 ‘TV, film and literature sci-fi as part of the new literary turn in anthropology’ For…


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TGA Seeking Editors!

emmalouisebackeanthro , November 16th, 2021


The Geek Anthropologist is seeking qualified individuals to join our Editorial Board. As an Editor at TGA, responsibilities include: recruiting new contributors and content for the blog and…


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Kate Vieira on her book, Writing for Love and Money

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Interview by Amy Garey https://global.oup.com/academic/product/writing-for-love-and-money-9780190877316 Amy Garey: How does migration influence literacy practices? Kate Vieira: Unfortuna…


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How to Publish Your First Book: SAR Press Talks to Rashmi Sadana

Sarah Soliz , October 28th, 2021


The mission of SAR Press encompasses not only publishing research at the forefront of anthropology and Southwest and Native studies, but al…


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Newly Published: “Camp at the Salon: Anthropological Sense-Making with a Wink”

mxschnepf , July 18th, 2021


To camp is a mode of seduction – one which employs flamboyant mannerisms susceptible of a double interpretation; gestures full of duplicity, with a witty meaning for cognoscenti…


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How to Publish Your First Book: SAR Press Talks to Robert Caldwell

Sarah Soliz , July 9th, 2021


The mission of SAR Press encompasses not only publishing research at the forefront of anthropology and Southwest and Native studies, but al…


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Writing LifeNo. 14: An Interview with Hélène Mialet by Catelijne Coopmans

Catelijne Coopmans , June 17th, 2021


Image 1: Hélène’s home office. The pandemic has revealed the fragility of our lives and the vulnerability of our bodies. It has also revealed the importance of fleshy…


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Writing Life No. 13: An interview with Matthew Wolf-Meyer by Matthew Wolf-Meyer

Matthew Wolf-Meyer , June 3rd, 2021


From the bottom left, clockwise: my writing board (which currently has a note from my kids and a note about a future paper to be written), a stack…


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Writing Life No. 12: An interview with Sienna Craig by Yana Stainova

Yana Stainova , May 27th, 2021


Image 1. Photo of Rauner Special Collections library at Dartmouth College, taken from the perspective of Sienna’s favorite table. Photo by Eli Burakian, 2014. Sienna Craig is a writer…


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Writing Life No. 10: An interview with Sebastjan Vörös by Mareike Smolka

Mareike Smolka , May 13th, 2021


Figure 1: Sebastjan’s philosophy notebook and writing space in Ljubljana, Slovenia “Curiously, our letters turned out to be not a mere sum of (theoretically discrete) elements but a…


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Writing Life No. 9: An interview with Danya Fast by Robert Lorway

Robert Lorway , May 6th, 2021


It is 11 am in Vancouver. Danya sits at a desk beside a large window that looks out onto tree tops and electrical wires. Rain pools in the…


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How to Publish Your First Book: SAR Press Talks to Alina Méndez

Sarah Soliz , May 5th, 2021


The mission of SAR Press encompasses not only publishing research at the forefront of anthropology and Southwest and Native studies, but al…


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Lost in the supermarket

john hutnyk , April 13th, 2021


https://norient.com/video/shopping-is-civil-war https://norient.com/video/shopping-is-civil-war


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How to Publish Your First Book: SAR Press Talks to John Arroyo

Sarah Soliz , April 8th, 2021


The mission of SAR Press encompasses not only publishing research at the forefront of anthropology and Southwest and Native studies, but al…


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The Rumour of Calcutta: Tourism, Charity and the Poverty of Representation

john hutnyk , March 12th, 2021


Reposted from three years ago because – the stats tell me – at least one copy has been downloaded every day this month. Either its a dedicated bot…


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Writing Life No. 5: An interview with Robert Desjarlais by Michelle Charette

Michelle Charette , January 22nd, 2021


Photo by Robert Desjarlais “British poet W.H Auden suggested that true poets are those who like ‘hanging around words listening to what they say.” Desjarlais, 2011, Counterplay: An…


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Writing Life No. 4: An interview with Tom Rice by Carla Greubel

Carla Greubel , January 15th, 2021


Figure 1: One of Tom’s writing space, Exeter, UK “An acoustemologist, that’s probably the best professional description for me” – Tom Rice is a Senior Lecturer at the…


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Writing Life No. 3: An interview with Janelle Taylor by Anna Harris

Anna Harris , January 8th, 2021


Figure 1: Janelle’s chair, with writing and knitting projects underway The conversation began on a summer day in a 13th Century chateau, with a moat, on the outskirts…


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Writing Life No. 2: An interview with Adia Benton by Patrick Mbullo

Patrick Mbullo , December 11th, 2020


Figure 1: Adia’s writing space “A special thanks to all the elders who ever told me to learn to be still. Research need not be running around in…


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Writing Life No. 1: An interview with Rachel Prentice by Andrea Wojcik

Andrea Wojcik , December 4th, 2020


Figure 1: Rachel’s writing space with friend Jasper (2007-2019) (Photograph by Rachel Prentice) Rachel E. Prentice is a no muss, no fuss anthropologist of medicine, technology, and the…


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How to Publish Your First Book: SAR Press Talks to Nicholas Barron

Sarah Soliz , October 26th, 2020


The mission of SAR Press encompasses not only publishing research at the forefront of anthropology and Southwest and Native studies, but al…


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