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By the Time We Got to . . . Visions of Freedom through American Decades: Two "Movements" PART 2
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By the Time We Got to . . . Visions of Freedom through American Decades: Two "Movements"
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Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"Kristian, John, Huon,   David Gellner:  Methodologically, I argue that there is an irresolvable tension, an ‘antinomy’, between our small-scale, local methods as ethnographers, on the one side, and the global links and forces…"
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Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"  Ethnography -- and Anthropology’s Public Voice   All, First, let me clear the air a bit.  During the Forum I’ve made some critical remarks about Ingold’s article – and I’ll now weigh it with more…"
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Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"Kristian:  Keith, Lee; you seem to agree that our grasping of the world is endlessly fraught by (interchangably) 'veils', 'dark glasses', 'clouds' and so forth. To me, what you're talking of here is to me an…"
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Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"  Seeing through a Glass Darkly – Then Talking / Writing about It   Keith,     I’m with you about characterizing human relationships as seeing through a glass darkly (heathen that I am, I never knew the source…"
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Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"  The anthropology of religion will have come of age when some more subtle Malinowski writes a book called "Belief and Unbelief (or even "Faith and Hypocrisy") in a Savage Society.”  —  Clifford Geertz,…"
Mar 24
Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"The Cultural Space of Participant Observation   Ingold:  To observe means to watch what is going on around and about, and of course to listen and feel as well. To participate means to do so from within the current of activity in which you…"
Mar 24
Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"--The Seminar is Underway
"  My first assignment (haven’t had one of those in quite a while).     First my bio:    My present and past:  I’m a retired professor of anthropology (McGill University) and for the past twenty years…"
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Lee Drummond replied to ryan anderson's discussion The OAC then, and now (toward a renewed, rowdy anthropological democracy)
"  The “Place” of OAC Facebook   Keith, Erin, M Izabel,     Thanks very much for taking time to comment on my newbie reactions to Facebook and its OAC offshoot.  As I indicated, I’ve surprised myself in…"
Mar 22
Lee Drummond replied to John McCreery's discussion Tim Ingold's "That's Enough About Ethnography"—Invitation to an informal seminar
"  John,     Sign me up.  You’re right that the concept-project of “ethnography” is fundamental to anthropology, and Ingold’s provocative article provides an excellent starting point for a thorough…"
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Lee Drummond replied to ryan anderson's discussion The OAC then, and now (toward a renewed, rowdy anthropological democracy)
"  My First Visits to Facebook   Keith,     Until a week ago I had resolutely avoided any contact with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, and other social media.  From what I’d seen and heard of what goes on…"
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Lee Drummond replied to Michael Alexeevich Popov's discussion Quantum Mechanics for anthropologists.
"  Michael, Keith, John,     Let me respond to your Comments, in no particular order.    Michael,     Again, I must come with a confession.  As a science groupie of long-standing (but definitely not a…"
Mar 16
Lee Drummond replied to ryan anderson's discussion The OAC then, and now (toward a renewed, rowdy anthropological democracy)
"  Rowdy Anthropology:  Stand Up for Bastards!   Ryan,     First, many thanks for calling attention to Eileen A. Joy’s rousing call for a new and engaged “digital humanities” – which we’ll…"
Mar 15
Lee Drummond replied to Michael Alexeevich Popov's discussion Quantum Mechanics for anthropologists.
"      Regarding anthropology incorporating quantum mechanics and other scientific developments in its study of culture / society, John notes: Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. But, then, as always, the question arises, How to…"
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Lee Drummond replied to Michael Alexeevich Popov's discussion Quantum Mechanics for anthropologists.
"      Michael’s Comment and Keith’s Reply highlight a problem within anthropology that has only grown worse over the years: social / cultural anthropologists are increasingly hostile to what they take for…"
Mar 4
John McCreery replied to Lee Drummond's discussion By the Time We Got to . . . Visions of Freedom through American Decades: Two "Movements" PART 2
"Also after occasional bouts of smug satisfaction. Happy New Year."
Jan 4
Lee Drummond replied to Lee Drummond's discussion By the Time We Got to . . . Visions of Freedom through American Decades: Two "Movements" PART 2
"  Note: To preserve continuity, this Reply is posted on both Part 1 and Part 2 of “By the Time . . .”.    John,     Thanks again for a Comment that requires me to be more explicit:   John:  So the…"
Dec 29, 2014

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At 11:12am on August 30, 2013, Huon Wardle said…

Lee, I notice you are looking to debate Chagnon etc. The best option is to open a 'forum' thread on that topic. You just click on + Add discussion (bottom left of that box).

cheers, Huon

At 7:49pm on April 19, 2012, Keith Hart said…

Hi, Lee. Long time!

At 4:34am on April 19, 2012, Justin Shaffner said…

Welcome to the OAC, Lee!

 
 
 

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