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Updating the Anthropological Act for the 21st Century
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I originally posted these comments in a thread in the Anthropology of Globalism group. However, it was suggested that it should be placed in a forum, where more people could comment on it. I'm just…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Findlay Sep 7, 2010.

 

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Legos Atlanis, Praxis for Children, and the Ideology of Manifest Destiny

Recently, my niece turned the magical age of 5. As one of her birthday presents, she received a Typhoon Turbo Sub, a Lego set from the Atlantis line, and a rather cool looking piece of submarine machinery, at that; shiny, red, and sporting large propellers.

It also came with a anthropomorphic shark figure with…

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Posted on July 26, 2010 at 10:19pm

Bureacracy and Complicity

Some years ago, I read Franz Kafka's The Trial, or at least the English translation of it. The story stuck in my mind and made quite an impression on me.

Particularly, I was struck by the chapter in which Herr K visits Herr Huld, encounters the similarly duped Block and is confronted with Leni, Huld's promiscuous nurse. From the point of that chapter on, I started to form a synthesis on what Kafka was getting at, which I can only describe as the interactional…

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Posted on July 21, 2010 at 11:12pm — 13 Comments

Class and Status

In a thread entitled "Updating the Anthropological Act for the 21st Century," I made the claim that there is a disjuncture between institutional frameworks and critical frameworks.

Currently, I'm working on a write-up for a survey that I've developed for a service offered at my small institution. Item 1 on the…

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Posted on June 23, 2010 at 10:04pm — 2 Comments

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At 12:43pm on December 10, 2014, Jah Paz said…

Took me a little while, i know :)

Hey Joel, what's up? 

At 1:54pm on August 6, 2010, MAI Saptenno said…
Hello Joel, thank you for adding me. Looking forward to participate in the nteresting discussions in your blog.
At 8:30am on June 10, 2010, Cheshire Cat said…
Hi Joel, thanks for the add:)
At 6:10am on June 8, 2010, Philip Swift said…
Dear Joel,

Many thanks!
Gosh - how annoying. Just as I'm about to post my latest contribution to the debate, I see John's well-directed comments and realize that mine are now more or less obsolete! Oh well...

All the best,

Phil
At 8:07pm on June 7, 2010, Philip Swift said…
Dear Joel,

Excellent comments you make in the Disputed Questions debate. Hope I can find time this evening to contribute too. To be honest, I agree with you on a lot of what you've written!

All the best,

Phil
At 5:27am on May 14, 2010, John McCreery said…
As far as I can make out, the friends thing provides a back channel in which we can communicate privately. A useful thing sometimes.
At 2:16am on April 28, 2010, Paul Wren said…
Joel,

Welcome to the OAC, and thank you for making such positive contributions so quickly. I would like to point you to our guidelines under the "About" menu, as we strongly urge members to provide their full name in the interest of openness.

Again, welcome!

Paul Wren
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