Anthropology Blogs 2021

For this Anthropology Blogs 2021 update, the featured image is the book by Mark Schuller, Humanity’s Last Stand: Confronting Global Catastrophe (and see the Educational Resources for Humanity’s Last Stand). In 2021, Anthropology Blogs can convey insights from around the world as humanity confronts crises of pandemics, climate, and global justice.

The anthropology blogs included here are the ones that published since June 2020. For a great live-feed experience, bookmark the Anthropology Newspaper from

Please let me know if you spot any anthropology blogs I have overlooked, re-activations, or any descriptions of anthropology blogs that should be modified.

For Anthropology Blogs from previous years:

And for blog posts about blogging in anthropology, please see the Anthro Blogs category on this website.

Thank you & enjoy the anthropology blogs!


DANG, the Digital Anthropology Group


Eclectic mix of reflections on international development, anthropology blogs and academic research.

Alberto Acerbi – Cognitive/Evolutionary Anthropology

Alberto Acerbi is a cognitive/evolutionary anthropologist with a particular interest in computational science.

All Tomorrow’s Cultures

Occasional posts on anthropologically interesting science fiction and anthropological futures by Samuel Gerald Collins. Collins is the author of All Tomorrow’s Cultures: Anthropological Engagements with the Future.

Allegra: A Virtual Laboratory of Legal Anthropology

The site pushes the boundaries of scholarly representations of ‘the law’ in the broadest sense. In addition to viewing the law as a site of normative engagement, we examine its knowledge pratices, authority claims, notions of subjectivity and agency.

Alma Gottlieb

Alma Gottlieb is a cultural anthropologist, researcher, author, and teacher impassioned by understanding all things human. Author of many books, World of Babies: Imagined Childcare Guides for Eight Societies is in its eighth edition.

Andy White – Anthropology

Andy White is an anthropological archaeologist with interests in hunter-gatherers, lithic technology, human evolution, and complex systems theory.

Animal Archaeology

All things archaeology, but mostly dead animals. Alex Fitzpatrick is a zooarchaeologist and PhD student at the University of Bradford in England.


anthro{dendum} is a blog about sociocultural anthropology. Formerly known as Savage Minds, contributors have been blogging since 2005. All posts from before November 28, 2017 are archived at the previous site.


A blog about anthropology, ecology, fieldwork, and the future of the planet. By anthropologist Helga Vierich.


Anthropolitan Online: The student-run blog of UCL Anthropology’s biannual departmental magazine.


Critical perspectives on police, security, crime, law and punishment.

Anthropological Observations

on economics, politics, and daily life. Edward Fischer works at the intersection of anthropology and political economy. Author of The Good Life: Aspiration, Dignity, and the Anthropology of Wellbeing.

Anthropological Tourism

Developed by Meagan McGuire, Anthropological Tourism provides a platform for academic researchers and destination management professionals to share research and case studies.

Anthropologist on the Street

Anthropologist on the Street (AOTS) goes behind today’s controversies, debates, and trending issues to examine the hidden cultural forces at play. Each week, Dr. Carie Little Hersh interviews a different anthropologist or cultural expert to unveil what doesn’t get reported in the headlines: the underlying values, conversations, and practices of everyday life.

Anthropologizing – Amy L. Santee

Anthropologizing features a mixed-bag of posts on applied social research, business anthropology, design and user experience research, social observations, and other topics by Portland-based anthropologist and design researcher Amy L. Santee.

Anthropology 365

Thinking about life anthropologically. Themes of cultural reproduction, hegemony, science studies, primatology, knowledge production.

Anthropology of Smart Phones & Smart Ageing (ASSA)

This five-year project at UCL Anthropology employs a team of ten anthropologists who work on a collaborative and comparative project investigating fundamental changes in people’s relationship to age and health associated with the global rise of the smartphone.

The Anthropo.scene

Making up the ‘world’ with what we have on hand. Jeremy Schmidt is a Banting Fellow in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University. Research expertise supports policy change and public awareness on issues of justice and water rights.

Antropologia 2.0

Your website of applied anthropology. We believe in the usefulness of an anthropology upgraded to the 21st century. An anthropology that is applied and committed to social reality. And that is capable of assuming and responding to the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Antropologia: una perspectiva multiple

¿Cual es el rol de la antropologia en el siglo XXI? Nuestra disciplina parece estar situada en una posicion privilegiada para el mundo actual. Gabriela Vargas-Cetina es autor de Beautiful Politics of Music: Trova in Yucatán, Mexico.

El Antropólogo Perplejo

An anthropologist without concern is not an anthropologist at all. José Mansilla: Doctorando dentro del Programa de Procesos de Control Social: Trabajo, Exclusiones y Violencia con una Tesis sobre migración y redes de solidaridad en Poble Nou, Barcelona.

El Antropólogo Principiante

En este blog encontrarás temas relacionados con la antropología y mi experiencia como estudiante en la Uned.


Archaeogaming is a blog dedicated to the discussion of the archaeology both of and in video games (console, computer, mobile).

Archaeology & Material Culture – The Material World

Paul Mullins is a historical archaeologist who studies consumer culture in the last half-millennium. This includes research on the intersection of material consumption and the color line; race and urban renewal; the emergence of consumer society in northern Europe; Victorian decorative material culture; and the relationship between popular culture and materiality in the contemporary world. Author of The Archaeology of Consumer Culture.

Archaeology Review

Carl Feagans is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington’s anthropology program. Among academic interests are the religious and cult beliefs of prehistoric peoples, particularly in the Near East around the Pre-Pottery Neolithic. Also fascinated with cognitive archaeology and early information storage. Blog previously known as “A Hot Cup of Joe.”

ArcheoThoughts – Andre Costopoulos

Reflections on archaeology in general, with an emphasis on academic publishing, evolutionary theory, and claims of surprisingly early sites in any region.

Arctic Anthropology

Updates and news from Northern Anthropology of Circumpolar Regions. Several Arctic anthropologists, mostly based in Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland, have created a platform that allows us to communicate our ideas.

The Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP)

ASAP promotes the anthropological study of policy, including its making, workings, and effects, and seeks to advance the contributions of the anthropology of policy to theory and method in anthropology, as well as to research in public policy.

Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa

ASAA/NZ is a vibrant community of anthropologists who are from, work in, or are interested in issues related to Aotearoa/New Zealand and the wider Asia-Pacific region.

The Bioarchaeology of Childhood

Siân Halcrow is a bioarchaeologist with a research interest in all things to do with infants and children. Research addresses central archaeological questions of the intensification of agriculture and human responses to this seminal time in prehistory, with regional interests in prehistoric Southeast Asia and South America.

Biological anthropology, war & health, growth & nutrition

Mostly about biological anthropology. Other topics: evolution, war, conflict and cooperation, health, nutrition, and the Hmong/Southeast Asian refugee diaspora. Patrick Clarkin is a biological anthropologist and associate professor at U.Massachusetts-Boston.

Brave New Words by Dr. Piers Kelly

On the trail of linguistic creativity in Asia and Australia. Dr Piers Kelly is a linguistic anthropologist at the School of Language Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra.

CaMP Anthropology–Communication, Media, Performance

CaMP Anthropology feature posts, discussions, and links at the intersections of communication, media, and performance. Based in the Indiana University’s Anthropology Department, we welcome submissions exploring theory, scholarship, application, and methodology in these emerging fields.

Carlos García Mora, Etnólogo

Catálogo y consulta de textos personales. Etnólogo mexicano del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.

Citizen Sociolinguistics

A blog by Betsy Rymes, Professor of Educational Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. Blog aims to become a place for sharing everyday encounters with language and engaging in dialog about different ways of speaking and attitudes about them–that is, a place for Citizen Sociolinguistics.

C L O S E R: Anthropology of Muslims in Europe

Martijn de Koning currently works in the Department of Islam and Arab Studies at the Faculty of Religious Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen.

El Cor de les Aparences

Bloc de Manuel Delgado.

Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative

Hosted by the Department of Anthropology, The Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative is a platform for interdisciplinary scholarly collaboration at Michigan State University. Strives to equip students with the practical and analytical skills necessary to creatively apply information and communication technologies to cultural heritage materials.

Cultural Influence Blog

Drs. Dana L. Pertermann and Mark A. Neels collaborate on research in military history, politics, and culture. They are currently both college professors in Wyoming. They blog weekly about the past, the present, and the future of the U.S. and the world.

Culture & Capitalism – A Sussex Anthropology Blog

This blog was created by students and faculty of the MA in the Social Anthropology of the Global Economy (SAGE) at the University of Sussex in Brighton, UK.

CultureBy – Grant McCracken

At the intersection of Anthropology and Economics. Trained as an anthropologist, Grant has studied American culture and business for 25 years. He has taught anthropology at the University of Cambridge, ethnography at MIT, and marketing at the Harvard Business School. He is a long time student of culture and commerce.

Cyber Anthropology

Anthropology of gaming, blogging, social networking, online communities and so much more! Diana Harrelson writes on cyber anthropology, human computer interaction, user experience design, gaming and various other topics.

decasia: critique of academic culture

Eli Thorkelson works on anthropology of universities in France and the United States.

Display Adaptability: Adapting to Change in the 21st Century

Dr. Kathleen E. Fuller is an expert in the study of human origins and adaptations. The purpose of this blog is to discuss in a more informal manner topics that are important to an individual’s health and success. In 2021, see the new associated YouTube channel Dr. Anth Talks!

Donna Lanclos – The Anthropologist in the Stacks

Donna Lanclos is an anthropologist and a folklorist who has been working in academic libraries starting in 2009. She thinks, writes, and talks about the nature of information, digital and physical places, and higher education generally.

Doug’s Archaeology: Investigating the Profession & Research

Doug Rocks-Macqueen: This is my blog were I focus mainly on the Profession of Archaeology e.g. pay, working conditions, career prospects, etc. Though I do on occasion throw in some other topics and some bits on Open Access.

Ecrire l’histoire de ceux qui n’en ont pas

The goal of Paul Wormser’s blog is to make the results of recent world history research more accessible for the general public. It mostly deals with regions at the margins of text-producing states in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Eastern and Northern Europe and the Pacific.

Engagement – Anthropology & Environment Society

Engagement features first-hand accounts by anthropologists and other social scientists broadly concerned with the cause of social and ecological justice. The blog aims to bring an anthropological approach to understanding the pressing environmental issues of our time, targeting a broad audience of scholars, educators, artists, and advocates.

Entomophagy Anthropology – Julie Lesnik

Julie Lesnik received her PhD studying the role of termites in the diet of fossil hominins and has since started exploring insects as food more broadly.

EPIC – Advancing the Value of Ethnography in Industry

EPIC is dedicated to providing practitioners, businesses, and partner organizations with access to the best practical ethnographic expertise from around the world.

Eriksen’s Blog

Thomas Hylland Eriksen’s blog is a companion to his Engaging with the world website. Eriksen is the author of Overheating: An Anthropology of Accelerated Change.

The Ethnographic Mind

Exploring Ethnographic Thinking in All its Forms. A blog by Jay Hasbrouck, author of Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset.

We seek to change the way the world thinks about the Social Sciences in general and ethnography in particular. We believe that telling good stories as social commentary is at the heart of what social science should do. We also think that social sciences don’t always do this, which is why we need this blog.

The Familiar Strange: A blog. A podcast. A social fact.

We want to familiarise you with the strange, after estranging you with the familiar. This is an anthropology social engagement project.


The Fieldsights section of the Cultural Anthropology website was launched in 2012 and includes a number of content streams that, while not peer-reviewed, have extended the scope and reach of the Society for Cultural Anthropology’s (SCA) publishing program.

Financial Times – Gillian Tett

Gillian Tett is markets and finance commentator and an assistant editor of the Financial Times. Tett earned a PhD in social anthropology at Cambridge based on field research in Tajikistan in the former Soviet Union. Tett is the author of Anthro-Vision: A New Way to See in Business and Life.

Focaal Blog: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology

FocaalBlog is associated with Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology. It aims to accelerate and intensify anthropological conversations beyond what a regular academic journal can do, and to make them more widely, globally, and swiftly available.

Food Anthropology

Blog of The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN), formerly known as the Council on Nutritional Anthropology (CNA), organized in 1974 in response to the increased interest in the interface between social sciences and human nutrition.

Footnotes. Multimodal – Anticolonial – Iconoclastic

Like academic footnotes, this group anthropology blog supplements the “main text” as a multimodal, anticolonial, and iconoclastic project.

The Geek Anthropologist

The Geek Anthropologist is a blog where geek culture and all things geek are analysed through the perspective of socio-cultural anthropology. We write about the intersections between social science, cultural analysis and practice of anthropology with geek culture, whether they be embodied, literary, cinematic or cybernetic.

Glossographia – Anthropology, linguistics, & prehistory

Stephen Chrisomalis is a linguistic anthropologist and cognitive anthropologist working at Wayne State University in Detroit. At the intersection of linguistics, archaeology, anthropology, cognitive science, and evolution, with particular foci on epigraphy, literacy studies, writing systems, numeration, and the history of science and mathematics. Author of Reckonings: Numerals, Cognition, and History.

Guava Anthropology – Taiwanese Anthropologists

GUAVA anthropology covers things that are Grotesque, Unabashed, Apostate, Virid, and Auspicious about anthropology!


Broadcasts from NW Arkansas: Razorback Country. Ted Swedenburg is Professor of Anthropology, University of Arkansas. Author of Memories of Revolt: The 1936-39 Rebellion and the Palestinian National Past.

The Human Evolution Blog

Professor Nathan H. Lents and students discuss human origins. Lents is a Professor of Molecular Biology at John Jay College of The City University of New York and author of Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, from Pointless Bones to Broken Genes.

International Cognition and Culture Institute

The website of the International Cognition and Culture Institute has, as permanent features, a blog section meant to stimulate and a news section meant to inform. We also organize online workshops, book-clubs, and other events.

Irma McClaurin Solutions

Dr. Irma McClaurin, Black Feminist Speaker, is a woman of many talents who believes profoundly that you must “change minds, change hearts, change behavior to achieve transformation.”

ISS Archaeology

Boldly Going Where No Archaeologists Have Gone Before. Our project is the first archaeological study of a space habitat–in this case, the International Space Station (ISS). We seek to understand evolving cultural, social, and material structures in the ISS’s unique context.

John Hawks Weblog

Paleoanthropology, genetics, and evolution. Tracking research into human origins, from the field to the laboratory.

Kaeleigh Herstad

Kaeleigh Herstad is a researcher, writer, and editor living in Detroit. Research interests include (post)industrial landscapes and heritage, deconstruction and salvage practices, and environmental sustainability.

Lactation Journey Blog

Acquanda Stanford is a Sociocultural Anthropologist (PhD Student), and writes the Lactation Journey Blog, which focuses on the social, political and cultural aspects of breatfeeding among people of the African Diaspora in the United States.

Language Log

Language Log was started in the summer of 2003 by Mark Liberman and Geoffrey Pullum.

Leiden Anthropology Blog

The Leiden Anthropology Blog is written by scholars at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at Leiden University. They write anthropology blogs about their research, teaching in the Bachelor and Master program, and share anthropological perspectives on a wide range of social issues.

Living Anthropologically

Living Anthropologically means documenting history, interconnection, and power during a time of global transformation. We need to care for others as we attempt to build a world together. Jason Antrosio teaches anthropology at Hartwick College. Co-author of Fast, Easy, and In Cash: Artisan Hardship and Hope in the Global Economy with Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld.

Mammals Suck… Milk! – by Dr. Katie Hind

This blog showcases and synthesizes (pun intended!) the MANY awesome advances currently occurring in milk research from the molecule to the organism to the population to the taxon, with implications for nutrition, medicine, psychology, and evolutionary biology.

Matt Artz – User Researcher & Product Manager

Matt Artz is an applied anthropologist working at the intersection of project management and user experience.


metooanthro is a collective of anthropologists working to make our shared discipline a safer, more just space. Join us.


Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt. Run by the Work Group Medical Anthropology in the German Anthropological Association. It publishes texts (in German) on the anthropology of transnational health interventions; migration, mobility and health; and the encounters between different medical ideas and practices in an interconnected world.

The Memory Bank – A New Commonwealth Ver 5.0

The two great memory banks are language and money. Exchange of meanings through language and of objects through money are now converging in a single network of communication, the internet. We must learn how to use this digital revolution to advance the human conversation about a better world. Our political task is to make a world society fit for all humanity.

The Mermaid’s Tale

A conversation about the nature of genetic causation in evolution, development and ecology. Includes discussions of the public perception of science and evolution and covers other subfields of biological anthropology, particularly paleoanthropology. Authored by three biological anthropologists, Ken Weiss, Anne Buchanan, and Holly Dunsworth, and co-authors of the book, The Mermaid’s Tale: Four Billion Years of Cooperation in the Making of Living Things.

Middle Savagery – Colleen Morgan

Middle Savagery is an accumulation of over thirteen years of thinking about archaeology, art, and digital media.

Mocking the Apocalypse – A Commentary on Culture

A blog featuring cultural commentaries, media reviews, and short essays aimed at starting discussions about the everyday social issues that continue to plague us.

Most Holy Death

Exploring the fastest growing popular faith in the Americas: La Santa Muerte. Dr. R. Andrew Chesnut, Bishop Walter Sullivan Chair in Catholic Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, in collaboration with David Metcalfe, and Liminal Analytics, presents a multi-faceted exploration of the sanctification of death in the popular faith traditions of the Americas. Chesnut is the author of Devoted to Death: Santa Muerte, the Skeleton Saint.

MSU Campus Archaeology Program Blog

MSU Campus Archaeology is a program that works to mitigate and protect the archaeological resources on Michigan State University’s beautiful and historic campus.

Museum Fatigue – in a Society of the Spectacle

I’m hoping this blog might be part of the cure for museum fatigue. David Davies is associate professor of anthropology and director of East Asian Studies at Hamline University.

N=1 | Opening black boxes, one at a time…

An anthropology blog by Matthew Wolf-Meyer, associate professor of anthropology at Binghamton University and author of Theory for the World to Come: Speculative Fiction and Apocalyptic Anthropology.

The Naked Anthropologist

Dr. Laura Agustín on Migration, Trafficking and the Rescue Industry. Author of Sex at the Margins: Migration, Labour Markets and the Rescue Industry.

The New Ethnographer

A space for sharing and analysing the contemporary challenges of anthropological research. The New Ethnographer is an online project collecting testimonies about what it means to be challenged by research.

On the Brink – Andi Simon

Andi Simon is a Corporate Anthropologist & the author of the leadership book On The Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights.

Paul Stoller

In 2019, Stoller began a new blog in 2019 on Psychology Today, The Path to Well Being after a long-running blog on the Huffington Post. In 2018 Stoller also opened Writing, World, and Well Being. Stoller is a writer and anthropologist who likes to tell and listen to stories. He is the author of 15 books, the latest of which is Adventures in Blogging: Public Anthropology and Popular Media.

Pedal Powered Anthropology

Pedal Powered Anthropology is a multimedia-based educational project dedicated to making science and academia more accessible while bringing profound travel experiences to a local level.

Pedes in terra ad sidera visus

Los pies en la tierra y la mirada en el cielo. Pedro Maya Álvarez: Antropólogo, empresario y observador del impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en la vida y las relaciones sociales.

Peregrination: The Ethnography of Shaligram Shila

This blog is comprised of thoughts and commentary regarding the interpretive and ritual practices of the sacred stones called Shaligram.

[Per]Suit of Anthropology

Dedicated to the exploration of modern business trends and perspectives from the view of the anthropologist. Business and Anthropology have more in common and more to learn from one another than readily acknowledged. Topics include Western business practices and the impact of those decisions on socio-cultural institutions worldwide.

Perspectives in Anthropology

Perspectives in Anthropology is an online publication series that launched in 2014. The series specializes in articles on Social, Cultural, Medical, Urban and Visual Anthropology which are available online as open-access and free-to-read.

Platypus – The CASTAC Blog

Platypus, the newly renamed CASTAC Blog (Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing), is a web log for discussion and exchange on anthropological studies of science and technology as social phenomena.

PopAnth – Hot Buttered Humanity

Popular anthropology for everyone. Exploring the familiar and the strange, demystifying and myth busting human culture, biology and behaviour in all times and places. Myths, music, art, archaeology, language, food, festivals, fun. Welcome to the Anthropocene!

Practicing Anthropology

Blog of NAPA, the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology.

Public Anthropologist

Public Anthropologist opens the possibility for dialogue and debates that are timely, and socially and politically challenging. It aims at creating a hybrid, critical space between the ponderous nature of traditional academic journals and the immediacy of blogs, newspapers, and experts’ accounts.

Sam Grace – talks to imaginary anthropologists

A blog by Samantha L. Grace, a PhD in sociocultural anthropology from the University of Arizona.

SAPIENS – Anthropology / Everything Human

SAPIENS aims to transform how the public understands anthropology. Every piece of content is grounded in anthropological research, theories, or thinking. We present stories and perspectives that are authoritative, accessible, and relevant–but still lively and entertaining.

Sara Perry – The Archaeological Eye

Dr Sara Perry is the Director of Studies of Digital Heritage, Director of Studies of Archaeological Information Systems, and Lecturer in Cultural Heritage Management in the Department of Archaeology at the University of York (UK).

Shreds and Patches – Jason Baird Jackson

I am an ethnographer and ethnologist whose work is centered in the fields of folklore studies and cultural anthropology. I have collaborated with Native American communities in Oklahoma since 1993, when I began a lifelong personal and research relationship with the Euchee/Yuchi people. Since 2013, I have served as Director of the Mathers Museum of World Cultures at Indiana University, where I am also a Professor of Folklore and Anthropology.

Society for Visual Anthropology (SVA)

We promote study of visual representation and media. Works in film, video, photography, and computer-based multimedia explore signification, perception, and communication-in-context, as well as a multitude of other anthropological and ethnographic themes.

Somatosphere – Science, Medicine, & Anthropology

A collaborative website covering the intersections of medical anthropology, science and technology studies, cultural psychiatry, psychology and bioethics. Founded in 2008 by a small group of medical anthropologists, Somatosphere has grown to become a key online forum for debate and discussion in medical anthropology, as well as in the humanities and social sciences of health and medicine more broadly.

Standplaats Wereld

Nederland en de Wereld in Antropologisch Perspectief. A platform for informative, provocative, or surprising opinions about topical issues in the Netherlands and the rest of the world, viewed from an anthropological perspective. Contributions come from students and staff of the department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at VU University Amsterdam.

The Superorganic – Barry R. Bainton

Dedicated to Applied Anthropology and the anthropological exploration of the human species and its environment. Our goal is to describe and understand the evolution and dynamics of humanity and its superorganic manifestations through the anthropological lens and how this understanding can be used to improve the quality of human life.

Teaching Anthropology Blog

Teaching Anthropology is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute dedicated to the teaching of anthropology. The Teaching Anthropology blog has information about projects, research, and other issues relevant to the teaching of anthropology.

That Anthro Podcast

UC Santa Barbara based, hosted and created by Gabriella Campbell. A podcast about all things anthropology!

This Anthro Life

Podcasting Complex Worlds through Public Conversations. We use our training to show how complex our world truly is and how that’s a beautiful thing. We expose injustices by revealing often hidden assumptions in everyday language, technology use, or body gestures. We are driven by the values of increasing social consciousness, acceptance and promotion of diversity, honest inquiry, and promote these in an inclusive, entertaining way.

Traditions of Conflict

Comments on Evolutionary Anthropology. Cultural traditions and conflict patterns. William Buckner is a student of Evolutionary Anthropology at UC Davis.

trinketization: things that don’t fit in the attic

Things that don’t fit in the attic, collected bits, some new writing (John Hutnyk) and some snips from others. Answers to all questions about trinkets, and Capital.

Una antropóloga en la luna: blog de antropología

Noemí. Educadora social y antropóloga social y cultural.

Visual Anthropology of Japan

In the spirit of open-text, collaboration, communication and good anthropology… Visual Anthropology of Japan explores Japanese culture through photography, film and other visual methods.

The Wenner Gren Blog

The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc. is a private operating foundation dedicated to the advancement of anthropology throughout the world.

Youth Circulations

Youth Circulations is a nexus for research, art and activism around youth mobility and the politics of representation. Born of a shared frustration over media portrayals of young migrants and their families, we offer here a curated collection of these images and, in response, a meaningful and necessarily global critique. See Lauren Heidbrink’s Migranthood: Youth in a New Era of Deportation.

Zachary Blair

Urban Development, Violence, Political Economy, Multiculturalism

Living Anthropologically means documenting history, interconnection, and power during a time of global transformation. We need to care for others as we attempt to build a world together. This blog is a personal project of Jason Antrosio, author of Fast, Easy, and In Cash: Artisan Hardship and Hope in the Global Economy. For updates, subscribe to the YouTube channel or follow on Twitter.

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