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New OAC online seminar Emancipatory Politics - A Critique (Nov 23 To Dec 5)

THIS SEMINAR IS NOW CLOSED. BUT FEEL FREE TO READ THE DISCUSSION. Welcome to a new seminar which has some unique features. Chief of these…

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Anthropology of Brexit? or Anthropology at home? or Open eyes!!!

If you think Brexit will leave us weaker and poorer, march for a people’s vote | Timothy Garton Ash    …

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

0 Oct 22, 2018

Hard Times for Online Anthropology

Online anthropology, specifically that rare variant Open Access - Open Comment, should be flourishing, what with the freedom of expression…

Started by Lee Drummond

9 Oct 21, 2018
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Jo Cox Brussels named a place

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

0 Sep 27, 2018

Jo Cox 1974- 2016 //// Memory Events/// Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th June 2018

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola

11 Sep 27, 2018
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Fake News: The Trump Phenomenon

In December 2016 I hosted a Forum, “Anthropologists on the Trump Election” that ran into April 2017.  It was a lively discussion, and enco…

Started by Lee Drummond

3 Sep 11, 2018
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Museu Nacional fire--plan to rebuild the library's anthropology collection:

Many will have heard about the fire that has completely destroyed the collections of the National Museum of Brazil. The Museu is the site…

Started by Huon Wardle

0 Sep 5, 2018

Two new and valuable papers by members of the OAC network -- Marcio Goldman and Marianna Keisalo

Albeit this website is not as frequently visited as of old, but this is just to alert readers to two new OAC papers-- The End of Anthropol…

Started by Huon Wardle

0 Mar 22, 2018

New Materialism

Can anyone suggest some ethnographies done through the lens of New Materialism?

Started by Suneel Kumar

0 Feb 28, 2018

Savage Minds R. I. P.

Savage Minds  2005 - 2017 R. I. P.  

Started by Lee Drummond

3 Feb 8, 2018
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'why did Homo sapiens allow permanent and intractable systems of inequality to first take root?'

At the end of Wengrow and Graeber's article “Farewell to the ‘childhood of man’: ritual, seasonality, and the origins of inequality” they a…

Started by Abraham Heinemann

54 Nov 23, 2017
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