Thanks for the welcome,Keith! Yes I am an artist, a self trained one. I have a MA in Anthropology and two years research experience. I also did six months field work in a village in india for my doctorate which I could not complete for personal and health reasons. I now want to be back in the fold!
Hi Keith! Thanks for the welcome, great to be onboard. Still finishing my thesis, would you believe, and doing some tv documentary research and my own filmmaking too, so lots going on. I see you're busy too - great stuff! Take care, x Lia.
will you by chance be in Paris and very end of this month'very beginning of december, if so may i drop by? Sorry not sure yet how to operate oac but can learn ... longevity is great if it lasts (sorry), raymond
Cheers Keith, lovely to be now-here with you, I'm sure Marilyn had my name in mind when following trends on "authoral inflation" ;-)... there's a lot of you here at LSE, too. Looking forward to sharing!
Keith: I am the editor for Internatioal Journal of Business Anthropology, can you please help us to promote the journal? Also, can you please write an article for us? See my blog for more information: http://businessanthropology.blogspot.com/
Good to hear from you. I was alerted to Danny's paper by the Medianthro group and saw that you had been discussing his paper. When I am finally properly admitted to Open Anthropology I shall read the paper and follow the discussion properly.
Otherwise, how are you? I trust you are well out of the way of what is happening in British academe, which seems the next stage in the long unfolding of a singularly unpleasant and stupid agenda.
Thank you, Keith, for noticing my error in inputting my blog address - I had written '.com' where it should have been '.net'. Perhaps it was a case of unconscious '.com-italism' on my part, to coin an ugly word (for an ugly phenomenon). Speaking of which, how come this marvellous site of your's is a a .com rather than a .net or an .org? A case of com-italism perhaps? Or something else?