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New OAC online seminar Emancipatory Politics - A Critique (Nov 23 To Dec 5)

THIS SEMINAR IS NOW CLOSED. BUT FEEL FREE TO READ THE DISCUSSION. Welcome to a new seminar which has some unique features. Chief of these…

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Brexit, Trump, mathematics, consequences

An attempt to show how applications of pure mathematics can work in social sciences. 1. Great French mathematician Andre Weil ( 1906 - 1998…

Started by Michael Alexeevich Popov

36 8 hours ago
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Invitation to a Discussion: Anthropologists on the Trump Election

Invitation to a Discussion:  What Do American Anthropologists Say about Trump’s Election, and What Does Trump’s Election Say about America…

Started by Lee Drummond

74 on Thursday
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Only public vision?

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

2 on Tuesday
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Mi'kmaq Nation applies for title over northern New Brunswick, Canada

Interesting things happening in my neck of the woods surrounding indigenous land claims, specifically for the Mi'kmaq. I've attached two ar…

Started by Abram Lutes

0 Feb 6

Is Anthropology enough?

 A long time ago many of us, and with all the big changes that the globalization has made on the societies We began to see how tools and o…

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

14 Feb 3
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Moderated Minds: Is Savage Minds a "Safe Space"?

Moderated Minds:  Is Savage Minds a “Safe Space”?       It’s a real shame.  To my knowledge there are only two well-established anthropolo…

Started by Lee Drummond

80 Jan 14
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Cosmopolitics: The Collected Papers of the Open Anthropology Cooperative, Volume I -- Discussion

We did it. The Cooperative finally brought out the first volume of its collected papers. Here we have papers and interventions by Hart, Sha…

Started by Huon Wardle

0 Jan 9

Jo Cox 1974- 2016

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

6 Dec 24, 2016
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The polls got it wrong, again... The end of 'social science'? Time to stop predicting and start listening...

This is clearly the end of the line for the hierarchy of social 'science' in its current form. They used to call it 'armchair' anthropology…

Started by Huon Wardle

53 Dec 4, 2016
Reply by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

Industrial labour in India: the view from Lancashire

This discussion started out as a review of Jonathan Parry, Jan Breman and Karin Kapadia eds The Worlds of Indian Industrial Labour (Sage, 1…

Started by Keith Hart

0 Dec 1, 2016

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