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National call for community-based volunteers: reviewers and associate editors for "Progress in Community Health Partnerships"

National Call for Community-Based Volunteers: Peer Reviewers & Associate Editors Progress in Community Health Partnerships (PCHP) On Ap…

Started by Simon Craddock Lee

0 Oct 1, 2018

culture hacking?

A non-anthropologist colleague recently contended that "culture hacking" is "applied anthropology."  She referred me to uses of the term th…

Started by Stephen C. Maack

0 Jun 30, 2016

Applied social science research and historic preservation?

I am looking for kindred spirits -- academics or practitioners who are using some form of social science research (e.g., ethnography, case…

Started by Jeremy Wells

0 Sep 30, 2015

US Supreme Court has put us on a slippery slope toward Corporate Control of American Culture

Corporations vs People. For some decades since Presidents Theodore and then Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman did what they could to prot…

Started by Alvin W Wolfe

0 Jul 7, 2014

Recruiting among working class and middle income folks

I've just become a project manager for Learning to Talk (Learningtotalk.org).  The project is investigating the relationship between childr…

Started by Maria Swora

2 Oct 14, 2013
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Parasisol Straw Weaving in China

I'm a milliner (hat-maker) with a passion for keeping 'dying' arts alive-- hey I'm a milliner, that's a pretty good start! I have known for…

Started by Emily Moe

0 May 17, 2012

Anthropology and Humanitarian Relief after cathastrofes

I am an Italian anthropologist working at the University of Bergamo. My current topic is natural disaster and anthropology (area: Sri lanka…

Started by Mara

5 Jun 9, 2011
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Human Organization on Facebook

Human Organization now has a Facebook page. It is still in its early stages, but we will use it to bring info on forthcoming articles to ou…

Started by Mark Moberg

0 Apr 21, 2011

Students and Colleagues of Edward H. Spicer

The first anthropology book I bought that I was not required to buy as part of a course, was Edward H. Spicer's, Perspectives in American I…

Started by Barry R. Bainton

0 Mar 23, 2011

HSP as an independent researcher

I have a PhD in Cultural Studies and did ethnographic work as part of my dissertation (completed in 2006).  Recently I have developed an in…

Started by Lane Van Ham

0 Mar 21, 2011

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