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Hello!

I’m Jason Antrosio, Professor and Chair of Anthropology at Hartwick College and co-editor of Open Anthropology. My co-authored book is Fast, Easy, and In Cash: Artisan Hardship and Hope in the Global Economy. I have also blogged at Anthropology Report and Artisan Possibilities, but I’ve now consolidated those efforts with Living Anthropologically.

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The best way to follow Living Anthropologically is via my feed on Twitter, where I have the most active interactions. I do post updates to LinkedIn, although the interactions there are not as vibrant. I also maintain a Pinterest page, but it is updated less frequently. There is an e-mail subscription list, where updates are more occasional. For RSS readers, the Living Anthropologically RSS Feed is best, although the feed only captures the blog-posts and not updates to the web pages. I also have a dormant YouTube channel, but I am hoping to make use of it in 2020.

In the early days of Facebook, I used Facebook ads to build a successful following of over 20,000 likes for Living Anthropologically. However, Facebook is currently blocking my site because of an unfortunate plug-in hack. I’ve been trying to get the site reauthorized, as this was a temporary hack that was resolved months ago. Part of me wants to delete all Facebook content, given their noxious political stances.

I do try to reply individually to comments on blog-posts. I keep comment streams open so people can continue the conversation.

Best way to contact me individually is by e-mail. Thank you!


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. For updates, follow on Twitter or subscribe.

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