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Tweeting the Hell Train

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Samuel Gerald Collins


Moving Across Scale and Platform in Seoul Walker, Rider, Smartphone Talker In Ryu Shin’s 2014 Seoul Arcade Project, the author, in…More

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Anthropology and Climate Change

Climate Change Denial: The Organized Creation and Emotional Embrace of Unsupported Science Claims The August 13, 2014 issue of Arctic…More

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Some people are stigmatized as excluded, marginalized, the poor, extreme poor people, homeless and helpless, and other categories with which…More

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Including Anthropology in a high school curriculum provides important opportunities for students and instructors, but it also presents unique challenges.…More

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Dancing through Istanbul

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Daniel Martin Varisco


Turkey is all over the news these days.  Former Prime Minister and now President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is seen by…More

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As I have read this column over the last several months, I’ve been heartened to see many familiar themes. Contributors…More

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The Wyoming Way

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Michael Harkin


Leaves are turning, there’s a nip in the air, the parking lot by the library is suddenly impossible: yes, thousands…More

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Dealing with Inflated Egos

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Beatriz Reyes-Foster
Ty Matejowsky


If you have been in academia long enough, you are bound to encounter more than a few outsized egos.  Often…More

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More and more high schools in the United States are including anthropology courses in their curriculum, presenting unique opportunities and…More

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Sewol protestors in different tents along Gwanghwamun Plaza.  Photo courtesy Samuel Collins

Twitter on the Plaza

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Samuel Gerald Collins


The Spatial Practice of Online Social Networks What are the relationships between the city and the social media used in…More

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