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At 1:07pm on November 9, 2012, Tracey Thornborrow said…

Hi Adom, thanks for your comments.. where abouts does your sister live? I tried to find someone who lived on a boat to film, but it was really hard to get people to allow me to film them.

I'm also a hairdresser so the anth of hair really interests me, as it often gets so taken for granted that there's not a lot of anth research into it. I'm thinking of making a film about it over the next year!

Tell me more about your research, sounds intriguing, not sure what you you mean by 'male kinship experience' - do you mean the kind of relationships men have within families?

At 9:52pm on July 20, 2012, adom 'adominic' philogene heron said…

NEW FATHERMEN POST: 

Special Guest Contribution from Dominican Poet Delroy " Nesta " Williams

 http://fathermen.blogspot.co.uk/

Fathermen is a blog focusing on fatherhood across the Caribbean. It is the side project of a phd student doing Anthropological research on fatherhood, paternal care and emotions in Dominica, Lesser Antilles.

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The Anthropology of Hair

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The Anthropology of Hair

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The Anthropology of Hair

May at 1st seem banal, but hair as extension of the self; the processes associated with 'doing' hair; its many colours & textures; lengths & locations; its 'natural' and 'non-natural' forms, make hair a fascinating object of anthropological enquirySee More
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The Anthropology of Hair

May at 1st seem banal, but hair as extension of the self; the processes associated with 'doing' hair; its many colours & textures; lengths & locations; its 'natural' and 'non-natural' forms, make hair a fascinating object of anthropological enquirySee More
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Tracey Thornborrow commented on adom 'adominic' philogene heron's group The Anthropology of Hair
"Hi guys, does anyone know if there's been any research on hair from a non-afro caribbean perspective? I'm an anthropologist and a hairdresser (white British) interested in researching how hair shapes individual and social identity (or is…"
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The Anthropology of Hair

May at 1st seem banal, but hair as extension of the self; the processes associated with 'doing' hair; its many colours & textures; lengths & locations; its 'natural' and 'non-natural' forms, make hair a fascinating object of anthropological enquirySee More
Jan 11, 2013
adom 'adominic' philogene heron left a comment for Tracey Thornborrow
"yes you have the nail on the head... im am seeking to understand what it means to be a man in a caribbean family - fairly straightforward stuff but seriously undertheorised and inadequately represented  if you inbox me your email i can send you…"
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"Hi Adom, thanks for your comments.. where abouts does your sister live? I tried to find someone who lived on a boat to film, but it was really hard to get people to allow me to film them. I'm also a hairdresser so the anth of hair really…"
Nov 9, 2012
adom 'adominic' philogene heron left a comment for Tracey Thornborrow
"hi tracey i just checked out yur vimeo page when doing some research to find out who had added me... yur visual anth video looks fascinating... im currently doing fieldwork on male kinship experience in the caribbean but my sister lives on a boat in…"
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The Anthropology of Hair

May at 1st seem banal, but hair as extension of the self; the processes associated with 'doing' hair; its many colours & textures; lengths & locations; its 'natural' and 'non-natural' forms, make hair a fascinating object of anthropological enquirySee More
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