• ESPERANZA SPEAKS: The Energy of Ethnographic Storytelling

    ESPERANZA SPEAKS: The Energy of Ethnographic Storytelling0

    On this contribution, Gloria Rudolf describes the beginnings of her long-term friendship with Esperanza Ruiz and the individuals of Loma Bonita in Panama. Nineteen visits and half a century later, Esperanza’s life historical past fashioned the idea of a compassionate ethnographic account of change in rural Panama.  For half a century I’ve been following the

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  • Making #2021AAABaltimore Manageable: The Instructing Tradition Prime 25

    Making #2021AAABaltimore Manageable: The Instructing Tradition Prime 250

    What? November already? We can’t imagine how the final two years have flown by. On the identical time, it seems like ceaselessly since we gathered in Vancouver for AAA. Whereas a few of us are excited to reconnect with associates and colleagues in Baltimore this week, others (together with yours actually) are opting to attend

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  • Ancestral Strains: Return to Uiaku

    Ancestral Strains: Return to Uiaku0

    On this publish, collection editor John Barker displays on his final journey to Uiaku, Papua New Guinea, 13 years after the unique publication of Ancestral Lines: The Maisin of Papua New Guinea and the Fate of the Rainforest. Like many anthropologists within the subject, his journey was lower quick by the worldwide shutdown on account

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  • Solidarity in Protest: Highlighting Constructive Social Change in City Costa Rica

    Solidarity in Protest: Highlighting Constructive Social Change in City Costa Rica0

    Just lately printed within the Educating Tradition collection, Millennial Movements: Positive Social Change in Urban Costa Rica presents case research of Costa Rican millennial leaders and exhibits how youth activists in San José draw from world options to handle the native issues of their metropolis. On this publish, writer Karen Stocker delves into her new

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  • What on-line studying taught me about (on-line) educating

    What on-line studying taught me about (on-line) educating0

    On this submit, Andrew Walsh displays on the guarantees and pitfalls of innovation within the transition to on-line educating. What extra may be mentioned in regards to the benefits and downsides of on-line educating? After virtually two years of the uncertainty, shifting institutional pointers, and altering expectations that the pandemic has dropped at the work

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  • “We’re not brains on sticks!” Educating Anthropology with the Senses

    “We’re not brains on sticks!” Educating Anthropology with the Senses0

    On this put up, Jess Auerbach talks about motivating college students through the use of the 5 senses and bringing them “out of their brains and into their our bodies.” “We’re not brains on sticks,” a gaggle of 11 African Research college students advised me in 2018. I used to be instructing at a ‘begin

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