Added by John McCreery on May 24, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Having been invited to a conference on business anthropology to be held in Guangzhou (a city I used to call Canton) in China, I have been thinking about the relationship of anthropology to business—actually, given my interest in material and other forms of knowledge, the relationship of anthropological knowledge to the knowledge taught in business schools and created and written about by their faculties. The conference has provided the occasion, but my thinking about this topic is also…Continue
One of our occasional OAC contributors, Michael C. Smith is co-author of a paper "Archeology as a Social Science" published this week in the U.S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The timing couldn't be better for me, since I will now be able to cite it as a reference for a suggestion in an upcoming conference paper that cultural anthropologists become more like…Continue