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Karen Marie Greenough replied to david seddon's discussion anthropology in development policy and practice in the group Engaging Anthropology in Practice
"Hi David ... I'm sorry that I wasn't able to reply to this last year but I've just joined OAC now.  I have these very concerns in my new job in a CGIAR Challenge Program, and was looking for a place to discuss them.  If this…"
Apr 16, 2012
david seddon replied to Kathryn Papp's discussion HUMANS: an online magzine featuring ANIMALS in the group Engaging Anthropology in Practice
"another thought to add to the pot is that it would be good to try to assemble more information on how specific human groups view each other - I am reminded of the phrase used by the old North American Indian  played by Dustn Hoffman in the film…"
May 12, 2011
david seddon replied to Kathryn Papp's discussion HUMANS: an online magzine featuring ANIMALS in the group Engaging Anthropology in Practice
"This is excellent - I have long been concerned with the efforts of human scientists to distance themselves from the rest of creation, with ever greater difficulty. It requires as you say a Cpernicam revolution, to escape from our species centric…"
May 10, 2011
Joe Long replied to david seddon's discussion anthropology in development policy and practice in the group Engaging Anthropology in Practice
"Thanks so much for starting this thread David. I have very little experience in the world, or study, of international development, but would love to see a discussion emerge here. I would be particularly interested to hear about how far those…"
Mar 7, 2011
david seddon added a discussion to the group Engaging Anthropology in Practice
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anthropology in development policy and practice

For many years I have been working as a social anthropologist (and more broadly as a social scintist) in the field of development studies and in development policy and practice. while there has been a major shift over the years towards a greater concern for 'social' aspects of development (previous dev was dminated by economists) there is a systematic failure to appreciate a) the value of long term engagement with local people in the planning and implementation of 'development' activities and…See More
Feb 26, 2011
david seddon left a comment for Keith Hart
"Keith - good to be back in touch - maybe this will help many of us make contact for the first time also... I was also in Egypt very recently and am now in Kathmandu - you probably know of my on going interest in theory and ptractice (we used to call…"
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon commented on Keith Hart's group The Human Economy
"class is all about shared experience - as is gender and ethnic identity etc - but there is a difference between sharing an experience by virtue of being in broadly the same circumstances and sharing it through actual physical-political solidarity,…"
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon left a comment for Erik Bähre
"Erik - Ive just joined the Human Economy group but am interested in your work in Cape Town. I was there a month ago visiting my son who is a paediatrician working on TB and HIV AIDS in the townships in Cape Town and was amazed at how much had…"
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon commented on Jan Begine's group Anthropology of Food
"Im happy to consider reviewing books on food -david"
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon joined Jan Begine's group
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Anthropology of Food

I guess the title is self-explanatory... Foodies unite!
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon joined Ranjan Lekhy's group
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Anthropology in Nepal

Nepal is very rich in cultural, linguistic and biological diversties despite its smallness in size. Nepal is supposed to be a paradize for research scholars! In Nepal, anthropology is new discipline, begun in 1970s by the effort of Ernest Gellner.
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon joined Khari La Marca's group
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Anthropology of the Middle East, including Palestine

Join us for discussion on topics related to anthropology of the Middle East. What's new in anthropology in the region? What do we mean by the "Middle East" today? What kinds of research should we be engaged in to transform anthro. in the region?See More
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon joined Joe Long's group
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Engaging Anthropology in Practice

For those interested in taking anthropology to audiences beyond the academy. We hope to share ideas about achieving a more publicly engaged discipline and specifically about training anthropologists to better communicate with non-academic audiences.
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon joined Keith Hart's group
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The Human Economy

A forum to discuss the agenda laid out in a new book, The Human Economy: A Citizen's Guide.
Feb 22, 2011
david seddon left a comment for Justin Shaffner
"thanks Justin - just looking around at the moment for particular interest groups. Presently in Kathmandu for a month. will write from there.   david seddon"
Feb 22, 2011
Justin Shaffner left a comment for david seddon
"Welcome to the OAC, David!"
Feb 21, 2011

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At 5:22am on February 21, 2011, Justin Shaffner said…
Welcome to the OAC, David!
 
 
 

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