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How did anthropology begin?

How Did Anthropology Begin?

by Jason Antrosio

Early episodes of European colonialism, plantation slavery in the Caribbean, and Darwin in Tierra del Fuego: missing parts of “How Did Anthropology Begin…(Read More)

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Anthropology is Taking Over the World

Taking Over the World

by Jason Antrosio

With President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, President Barack Obama of the US, and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, Anthropology is taking over the world…(Read More)

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Open Anthropology

Humans Just Like Us?

by Jason Antrosio

Is the time gone for reaffirming that the Bongobongo are “humans just like us”? And does Open Access anthropology spell out the stakes for a wider public…(Read More)

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Bourdieu - Outline - Gang Culture

How do we get out from culture?

by Jason Antrosio

Are there ways to counter the notion of “gang culture” without promoting myths of individualism? Can we usefully bring anthropology to the courtroom…(Read More)

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Globalization

Globalization Stories

by Jason Antrosio

Contemporary stories of globalization erase centuries of contact and encounter: Exploring the North Atlantic fiction of modernity as a seductive universal…(Read More)

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