Jonathan Tanis
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Keith Hart commented on Jonathan Tanis's blog post the drum circle diaries: defense mechanisms
"Thanks for this beautifully written piece, Jonathan. Do you think that upping the noise and tempo of your drumming was non-violent resistance or tit-fir-tat violence? I could read the latter into your conclusion. But what might have happened if you…"
Oct 7, 2009
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Photoethnography

A forum to discuss the role of photography in and for anthropology
Oct 7, 2009
Jonathan Tanis posted a blog post

the drum circle diaries: defense mechanisms

a story from my fieldwork on the Venice Beach drum circle, cross-posted from my blog, Praxis Mundi"They say that they're celebrating the sunset..." said the cop.He surveyed his handiwork, struggling to keep the smugness from corrupting his professional demeanor. As we spoke, the broken multitudes milled aimlessly, faces wiped of expression. There was an occasional angry glance at the three uniformed men. Eventually, like the crowds…See More
Oct 7, 2009
Jonathan Tanis posted a blog post

ethnographic yoga: inversions

crossposted from my main blog, Praxis Mundihttp://praxismundi.wordpress.comThere is an imminent wisdom nestled in the practice of ethnography; every important lesson along the spiritual path finds its analogue in the research process. Take, for instance, the anekāntavāda concept in Jainism. Robert Anton Wilson called them Reality Tunnels. The basic idea is that every individual perceives reality through a personal set of filters, though they seldom realize it. Jains tell the parable of the…See More
Sep 25, 2009
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Semiotic Anthropology

For open discussion about anthropology and semiotic theory
Sep 20, 2009
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Theory in Anthropology

Theories guiding our thinking, and thinking about theory.
Sep 20, 2009
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Ethnographic Writing

A forum for conversations between those inclined towards presenting ethnographically-derived insights through experimental ethnographic writing including the broader fields of 'creative non-fiction' and ‘creative fiction'.
Sep 20, 2009
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Philosophical Anthropology/Anthropology of Philosophy

Points of contact between core ideas in philosophy and anthropology such as comparative cosmology and ontology and the theorisation of subjectivity.
Sep 20, 2009
Jonathan Tanis is now a member of Open Anthropology Cooperative
Sep 20, 2009

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Jonathan Tanis
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University of Southern California
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the drum circle diaries: defense mechanisms

a story from my fieldwork on the Venice Beach drum circle, cross-posted from my blog, Praxis Mundi







"They say that they're celebrating the sunset..." said the cop.



He surveyed his handiwork, struggling to keep the smugness from corrupting his professional demeanor. As we spoke, the broken multitudes milled aimlessly, faces wiped of expression. There was an occasional angry glance at the three… Continue

Posted on October 7, 2009 at 9:17pm — 1 Comment

ethnographic yoga: inversions

crossposted from my main blog, Praxis Mundi

http://praxismundi.wordpress.com







There is an imminent wisdom nestled in the practice of ethnography; every important lesson along the spiritual path finds its analogue in the research process. Take, for instance, the anekāntavāda concept in Jainism. Robert Anton Wilson called them Reality Tunnels. The basic idea is that every individual perceives reality through a personal set of filters, though they seldom realize it.… Continue

Posted on September 25, 2009 at 10:02pm

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