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At 6:56pm on March 8, 2012, Johnny Carlsen said…

Thanx Keith. I'm looking forward to do some fieldwork on this site!

At 8:07pm on March 6, 2012, Maka Suarez said…

Thanks Keith!

At 9:58pm on March 5, 2012, Shaun M English said…

It's good to be using Ning once again. It's been several years. I am looking forward to participating in the great anthropological art form here at OAC.

At 9:56pm on March 5, 2012, Shaun M English said…

Thank you, sir!

At 5:49pm on March 5, 2012, Wendy Wilson-Fall said…

Yes, a blast from the past. I think John is teaching as anthro adjunct at Johns Hopkins U while also doing his own research for carbon storage and community investment.

At 4:37am on March 5, 2012, fahmid al zaid said…

Dear Keith,

Thank you for your comment. I have started to read books on Anthropology of globalization. Is it possible to get this article?

Globalization and the future of anthropology by Jean‐Loup Amselle

Oxford Journals: Social Sciences: African Affairs: Volume 101, Issue 403: Pp. 213-229.

Best Regards

Fahmid

At 10:34pm on March 4, 2012, a-young cheong said…

Thank you for your comment.

I am just one person from S.Korea who really want to involved in anthropology area. while I was searching for some information related to anthropology stuff, I found this site that is awesome. Probably I have a lot of things that i have to know about this site. I'm very glad to head this site. Now, I am learning English as a language student in D.C. But someday I wanna be anthropologist. Even though My minor is anthropology in my Univ., It is such a tough way to follow the pavement as an anthropologist. 

Could you advise for me which one is good way to involved in anthropology area to the student who are undergraduated? 

Thank you again, good day :-D 

At 1:36am on March 4, 2012, Wendy Wilson-Fall said…

Hi, Keith! I don't think it is flourishing but it is not dying. It is in considerble flux in my opinion. I met you years ago with John Van Dusen Lewis when I was his doctoral student and an intern at USAID. It is great to join into the Open Anthro Coop and I also watched your globalization films on youtube yesterday. I was very excited about what you talked about as I have been trying to work in that vein, also referencing Appadurai and Trouillot. I am much more interested in the "big ethnographies" now, than a sole study of one community, although that is an important experience too, I agree.

At 9:52pm on March 3, 2012, Laura DeLuca said…

Thanks Keith. I am still learning how to navigate the OAC. I am a cultural anthropologist teaching for a service learning and global studies program at the University of Colorado-Boulder. I have worked in Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan and recently started working on a Book on Peacebuilding with a South African colleague, Dr. Maphosa. In December and January I had a Fulbright Specialist Program with the African Institute for South Africa

At 6:24pm on March 3, 2012, fahmid al zaid said…

Thanx

You can send me any attachment in fahmiddu@yahoo.com

At 5:31pm on March 3, 2012, Alaha Ahrar said…

Thank you very much for your comment. I am honored to be a member of Anthropology society. Thanks!

At 8:10am on March 2, 2012, fahmid al zaid said…

Thank you very much for your quick reply.

Here is my email ID:

fahmidshaon@gmail.com

have a safe holiday!

regards

At 6:22am on March 1, 2012, fahmid al zaid said…

Dear Sir,

Few days ago, I got your 5 lectures from You Tube on "Anthropology and Globalization" which befitted me greatly. I completed my Bachelor and Masters degree from Anthropology department, University of Dhaka in 2009. Currently, I am teaching in a public university at Dhaka and I started with 2 courses (Ecological Anthropology and Anthropology and Globalization). I want to write a Bangla article for my students on "Anthropology of Globalization". I have three books (on this topics such as a Reader, Eriksen and T.C.Lewellen). But I need some articles on this topics but it is not possible for me to buy this articles from the internet or JSTOR. Now, Sir, is it possible for you to help me in this matter?.

Thank you very much for uploading the lectures on Anthropology and Globalization.

best regards

At 12:49am on February 26, 2012, Nicole Plastino said…

Thank you, Keith! I'm excited to roam around. =)

At 1:36pm on February 25, 2012, carlamiksayer said…

Em...thanks ;D I love the anecdote you told Bill Maurer about an improvised speech given in the World Bank. Impressive stuff.

At 2:28pm on February 24, 2012, Trudeke Vuijk said…

Thank you, Keith, and thank you for your thought provoking lecture wednesday in Leiden.

Trudeke.

At 6:44am on February 24, 2012, Yani Susanti said…

Thanks, Keith! :) Looking forward to some exciting discussions! I'm mostly interested in urban legends and folktales :) Hope I can contribute something also.

At 8:14pm on February 23, 2012, Jason James McBride said…

Thank you very much Keith! I am a mature first year student in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada and have been a Chef for 25 years. I am now working my way towards hopefully studying Anthropology of food, but it's all very new and exciting to me. Thanks again for the Welcome.

Jason

At 10:17am on February 22, 2012, vlad simion said…

thank you for approval

At 4:58pm on February 21, 2012, andrea ferrara said…

Thanks Keith, happy to be here and to explore--

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