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Afro-Asiatic Religious Life (Part II)

In Part I of this discusiion I present my thesis that the religious views and practices of ancient Afro-Asiatics spread through the agency…

Started by Alice C. Linsley in The OAC Forum

5 Jul 23, 2009
Reply by Alice C. Linsley

Imagining Leaders

This discussion picks up a thread launched in the "Obama in world society" group. It attempts, however, to step back and consider how the m…

Started by John McCreery in The OAC Forum

9 Jul 22, 2009
Reply by Huon Wardle

Students are not natives

Daniel Lende offers a provocative take on Tim Ingold's Radcliffe-Brown lecture.. He notes Ingold's observation that for anthropologists, wh…

Started by John McCreery in The OAC Forum

7 Jul 20, 2009
Reply by John McCreery

Call for papers-Femmes- feminism

I think it would be very interesting to those interested in feminism and women condition to send texts to that young but mind-provoking pee…

Started by Nadia Proulx in The OAC Forum

0 Jul 15, 2009

Would You Recommend Anthropology as a Second Career?

I'm back at school to develop a second career. Anthropology appeals to me and I'd like to ask some actual anthropologists about their caree…

Started by Christopher Garlington in The OAC Forum

13 Jul 15, 2009
Reply by Keith Hart

Personal media and social leadership

This thread originates in an earlier thread started by John McCreery and titled "What keeps us from digging deeper?". John asked about my p…

Started by John Postill in The OAC Forum

7 Jul 11, 2009
Reply by John Postill

£Caben otras lenguas en el foro principal de OAC?

En el grupo hispanoparlante de OAC acabamos de tener un intercambio breve pero curioso (por lo menos, asi me lo ha parecido a mi) acerca de…

Started by John Postill in The OAC Forum

12 Jul 4, 2009
Reply by Keith Hart

Advice about Digital Recorders

Can anyone offer advice about the purchasing of a digital recorder? I am managing an oral history research project and have grant money tha…

Started by Laura DeLuca in The OAC Forum

5 Jul 2, 2009
Reply by Laura DeLuca

Anthropology and the Long Tail

For a long time it's struck me as odd that anthropologists seem to be studying everything these days. For every X there seems to be an Anth…

Started by Steven Devijver in The OAC Forum

4 Jun 27, 2009
Reply by John McCreery

What kind of knowledge ought we to hope for from this?

"Wisdom sets bounds even to knowledge" (Nietzsche). The amazingly inclusive global community of discourse emerging here around the ostensi…

Started by Jeff Martin in The OAC Forum

8 Jun 20, 2009
Reply by John McCreery



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