The anthropologists I know who are making their data freely available are doing so with data they collected years ago. Several professors from my department are creating archives for instance, where anyone can consult their data. I do…"
"I'm finally going to join in on this discussion, and I'll have to pick a little from each comment to do so!
The first problem is, as always, the notion of culture itself. And since this concept is continuously being…"
"I am joining this conversation a little late, but hopefully it'll keep it going and encourage more people to join in!
My name is Marie-Pierre, I study socio-cultural anthropology in Laval University in Quebec city. I am writing a master's…"
"I should have done this a while back when I joined the group, but here goes!
I write a blog called The Geek Anthropologist. I started working on it fairly recently (last September) and am aiming at eventually turning it into a…"
A group for those of us blogging on archaeology and or anthropology or for those interested to find new blogs on the subject. Introduce yourself and write a comment on the contents of your blog and your address.
Decolonizing anthropology is a group committed to interrogating and critiquing anthropology. It is a forum that begins with colonialism(s) as a given and opens up the possibilities for a non-colonial anthropology.
Groupe transdisciplinaire, ouvert aux chercheurs, et consacré à la discussion autour des Etudes sur le Japon (anthropologie, sociologie, histoire, linguistique, géographie, architecture, etc.), et à son actualité politique, sociale et culturelle.
For all those who are interested in Theory of Media Anthropology and who want to share, connect and exchange about specific subfields that are not yet covered by other groups like Print Media, Radio, Telephone, Journalism, PR, Ad...add more!
How can we as anthropologists entertain and educate a broader public? What stuff do most people like, how do we write for them, and where do we reach them?PopAnth aims to a) produce stuff for public consumption; b) work out better ways to write and disseminate for the general public; c) agglomerate popular anthropology that's already been published.This group also accidentally launched the website PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity. We hope to create more collaborations in the future and welcome…See More
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.