Anthropology Blogs College Edition

This was the comment page for the “What is Anthropology?” chapter of Lavenda and Schultz in Anthropology: What Does it Mean to be Human? as part of the Hartwick College Introduction to Anthropology 2017 course. I call it Anthropology Blogs College Edition because in addition to the reading, the assignment was to head to the Anthropology Blogs 2017 page and check out some active anthropology blogs. Students chose three and then composed comments about them in the Disqus section below. (Note that the most current list is Anthropology Blogs 2021.)

It was an interesting exercise to see what anthropology blogs college students chose as they were just beginning an anthropology course!

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