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The OAC’s name

Some of you will have been following the Forum discussion ‘What is open anthropology?’. This has recently been concerned with a controversy…

Started by Olumide Abimbola in The OAC Forum

67 Sep 26, 2009
Reply by Keith Hart

The Global Islands Project

Island 5.0 is Las Islas del Maiz of Nicaragua! * PDF AND AUDIO FILES NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE * Global Islands Project -- ongoing series of mu…

Started by brad brace in The OAC Forum

0 Sep 26, 2009

OAC Press

At the moment, the OAC includes a social networking site and a repository for self-archiving and other activities. Keith Hart and I would l…

Started by Justin Shaffner in The OAC Forum

33 Sep 8, 2009
Reply by Justin Shaffner

Anthropology and Development- New Book

New book on Anthropology and Development in a Globalised India: An Ethnography of Sericulture from the South is published by Cambridge Scho…

Started by ESWARAPPA KASI in The OAC Forum

0 Sep 7, 2009

Ludic Interval: AAA Philadelphia dinner or drink

Allow me a ludic interval for cooling down the seriousness of the issues discussed recently. My dionisyan side is calling and I wonder whet…

Started by Giovanni da Col in The OAC Forum

3 Sep 6, 2009
Reply by Valerie Feria Isacks

Hominid In Thailand

A few months ago I read a article online about a hominid found in Thailand that could possibly be one of the oldest hominid found. I've rec…

Started by dtoebe in The OAC Forum

2 Sep 1, 2009
Reply by dtoebe

What is Open Anthropology?

I'm very excited to be part of this network dedicated to the future of anthropology. But what is open anthropology? Or to put it in other…

Started by Steven Devijver in The OAC Forum

112 Aug 29, 2009
Reply by John McCreery

Rift Valley Drifters

Bloody marvelous! Comments?

Started by John McCreery in The OAC Forum

2 Aug 28, 2009
Reply by John McCreery

Will academia survive?

Have you noticed how our debates about the future of anthropology assume that the academic institutions in which anthropologists seek emplo…

Started by John McCreery in The OAC Forum

62 Aug 26, 2009
Reply by Jeremy Johnson

Recognizing children's culture, especially children's play and toy culture, as an integral part of the heritage of humanity

I am looking for anthropologists who want to discuss the opportunity and possibility of promoting the recognition of children's culture, es…

Started by Jean-Pierre Rossie in The OAC Forum

8 Aug 25, 2009
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