"I’ll have to be brief – deadline’s creeping up on me again.
So: first, to intersectionality. There has been a huge discussion about this concept and the discussion is ongoing. I suggest you look up a few of the references in my…"
"This is a bandwagon, of course. But I don't think one has to be a full member of the congregation to find CR useful as a perspective that goes really well with anthropological approaches of many kinds and provides a way of articulating the all…"
"by all means - this is in print, so please bear over with the annotations and corrections! Any comments more than welcome.
Seeberg, Marie Louise: 2012 (in press) Intersectionality, complexity, and forms of capital: the case of a Filipino…"
"To me, CR makes the most sense in connection with science-informed anthropologists like Gregory Bateson and Bruno Latour and with recent systems and complexity theorists like Sylvia Walby. Yes, John - the question is and must always be…"
I haven't read the same book as you have - my main source is Sayer's Methods in social science - but let's assume CR is more or less the same family of ideas in both cases. Also, I don't really know the meaning of…"
"If you insist... I've been interested in CR ever since my PhD which I completed in 2003 and have tried out little bits of it in different projects. Here is a paragraph from a book chapter which is in press at the moment. The paper is about a…"
"Hello there - I saw your post, John, and was happy about it because I've been trying out different ways of applying CR as an approach and have, till now, not really found any anthropologists who were interested in it. At best, they tend to tell…"
OAC already has a group named Theory in Anthropology, a good place to discuss theories already embraced by anthropologists. This group is, instead, intended for discussion of theory found outside anthropology that anthropologists might find useful.
There are many anthropology journals. Unfortunately, not all of them are read or heard of equally! This is a group for posting call-for-papers for all known and unknown journals, promoting the OAC's spirit of international cooperation.
"yes, I share your view andin fact found your post when searching for activity on this front. There seems to be very little going on. Strange and even unlikely. Anyone out there? There is a conference due in Copenhagen next year: International…"