This group is about and for action anthropology. Started by Sol Tax, action anthropology is politically and socially engaged with two core principles: non-assimilation and self-government. It is non-colonial anthropology.
Hi, I am from Nepal, and doing PhD at the University of Hyderabad. I am likely to develop my pre-fieldwork seminar on Ecology of Poverty and Rural Livelihood Systems. Hereby, I would like to invite you all for an open discussion.See More
"I have applied to the Anthropology Graduate Program at OU....keeping my fingers crossed. My family lives in a little town north of Norman (El Reno) and each time I go home to visit I find myself totally surprised and astonished at the loss of rich…"
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.
Discussing ethnography and ethnographic disciplines in general, whether or not they are exclusive to anthropology as a discipline. Folkloristics, market research, ethnomusicology, microsociology, microeconomics, microhistory...
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.
This group intends to broaden the discussion started in the IV Congress of the Portuguese Association of Anthropology (September 2009) on 'Experiencing Social Suffering: its ambiguities and articulations'
To discuss contemporary developments in Latin America, explore Latin American anthropology and its potential for developing anthropological theory and understandings. Contributions in English, Spanish and Portuguese welcome.See More