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Anthropology vs./as culturomics
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Andreescu Feb 19, 2011.

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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Postill Jun 2, 2009.

 

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Spain's National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC)
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Alberto Corsin Jimenez replied to John McCreery's discussion Ten Precepts for the Social Studies of Finance
"Thanks, John. This is most interesting. I am a fan of McKenzie - and I think much of the work coming out of the new social studies of science approach to the sociology of finance (Alex Preda, Fabian Muniesa, Daniel Beunza) is excellent and…"
Apr 3, 2011
Adrian Andreescu replied to Alberto Corsin Jimenez's discussion Anthropology vs./as culturomics
"you might find this article of some interest: http://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/getArticle.cfm?id=2203   Is there today any significant interest within anthropology to turn this discipline into a hub of knowledge about human beings…"
Feb 19, 2011
Ashley Lebner left a comment for Alberto Corsin Jimenez
"Hi Alberto,   Good to see you here! Yes the move is going well, thank you - I am nearly settled now...I hope all of the tarefas are easing up for you. Our news to follow as soon as.... All best, Ashley"
Feb 18, 2011
Alberto Corsin Jimenez left a comment for Ashley Lebner
"Hi Ashley, I did get the message, thanks. Hope the move to Canada went smoothly - and you are now settled and enjoying your new home. Looking forward to further instructions on the book project. All best, A."
Feb 17, 2011
Keith Hart replied to Alberto Corsin Jimenez's discussion Anthropology vs./as culturomics
"That just about says it for me, Richard. Thanks. Number-crunching can be fun, but not as a substitute fior reading."
Jan 8, 2011
Richard Irvine replied to Alberto Corsin Jimenez's discussion Anthropology vs./as culturomics
"With regard to Richard Drayton's analysis (which Keith kindly linked to) of the word cunt, it's important to note that the pre-20th century peaks in the use of the word "cunt" is based primarily on ocr misreading of Latin texts…"
Jan 8, 2011
M Izabel replied to Alberto Corsin Jimenez's discussion Anthropology vs./as culturomics
"Sanjay, that's the only socio-cultural thing I find in Ngram Viewer.  There are high culture and low culture and East and West dichotomies.  I did try searching the university in my country that is older than Harvard, The graph did…"
Jan 6, 2011
Sanjay Bajpai replied to Alberto Corsin Jimenez's discussion Anthropology vs./as culturomics
"How does one check reliability of their data? (I found a Lok sabha debate wrongly figuring, in a google book search through this tool, in 1939 -India became a republic in 1950)"
Jan 6, 2011

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At 6:53pm on February 18, 2011, Ashley Lebner said…

Hi Alberto,

 

Good to see you here! Yes the move is going well, thank you - I am nearly settled now...I hope all of the tarefas are easing up for you. Our news to follow as soon as....

All best, Ashley

At 7:30pm on June 1, 2009, Taylor Nelms said…
Hola Alberto! ¿Qué tal? I'm doing very well, really enjoying the program out here in Irvine. This seems like a very exciting project, and I'm excited to be a part of it! Hope all is well with you ... keep in touch!
At 11:34am on May 29, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Hi Alberto, good to see you here. This is all happening a bit fast and I don't want to rush you. But I would like to start groups going in various languages, especially Spanish, Portuguese and French to start with. Think about it.

Keith
 
 
 

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