Matt Thompson over at Savage Minds has been working hard to initiate a renewed Open Access effort in anthropology. His initial idea is to create a "Digital Anthropology" interest group in the AAA to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Samantha Hyler Apr 17, 2012.
These are just some ideas. First, it's clear that there is a lot going on at the OAC. There are thousands of members, and there are tons of user groups that cover a massive range of topics. This…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathan Dobson Sep 5, 2010.
Just wondering, in case it matters to anyone.Sincerely,Ryan AndersonContinue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Hart Sep 30, 2009.
Well, it’s that time of year when prospective grad students around the country are anxiously pacing around their mailboxes waiting for responses from all the PhD programs they applied to. Many are wondering who accepted them, who rejected them, and, of course, if they got funding. That’s the big question. Getting a full-funding offer is the highest mark of acceptance and application success. It’s like getting the golden seal of academic and departmental approval. It means you’re…Continue
Posted on March 22, 2014 at 9:18pm — 2 Comments
Hey everyone, just a quick post here to let everyone know that we are still looking for contributions to the next issue of anthropologies. This issue focuses on the relationship(s) between anthropology and war:
Let me know if you're interested in taking part. Word range is generally between 500-1500, and the deadline is July 20. We will…Continue
Posted on June 30, 2013 at 4:46pm
Hey OAC folks,
So the next issue of anthropologies is about the serious problems we are facing in academia and the university system. The goal of the issue is to highlight some of the problems, and also open up a space to explore solutions, new ideas, or alternatives. Here's a link to the call for submissions:
Deadline for Submissions: JAN…Continue
Posted on December 14, 2012 at 7:27pm — 2 Comments
When I see videos like this:
...it makes me think about the borders between academia and politics. Specifically, I'm thinking about anthropology. I don't think that anthropology can be defined in any one way, and I certainly don't think that the discipline (in its many manifestations) is some sort of political party. I don't think that's what…Continue
Posted on November 20, 2011 at 9:30am — 13 Comments