Bonin Bough’s lecture at Hartwick College on “Hackonomy” parallels recent themes in Introduction to Anthropology and Cultural Ecology.
An anthropologist caught between “The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable” and “Marginal Revolution: Small Steps Toward a Much Better World.”
How might sharing anthropology change anthropological research and presentation? An anthropology of value and the value of anthropology during devaluation.
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The time is gone when anthropologists could find solace in open access, and the reaffirmation that the Bongobongo are “humans just like us.”
I was a guest blogger for Savage Minds in February 2012. “Taking Anthropology, Introduction” was the first post.
Free PowerPoint for “Anthropology and Moral Optimism”; Denisovan admixture update; AAA news and the 2011 Anthropology in Media Award.
Popularizing Anthropology: Learning some “code is poetry” roughly parallels what Ruth Benedict did before publishing Patterns of Culture in 1934.
The very first post in 2011. A discussion of branding anthropology rippling through the anthropology blogosphere, and the tiny part I played.