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Anthropology Fieldwork and the Third Man

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Samuel Gerald Collins


I watched Carol Reed’s “The Third Man” (1949) again last week, and I was again reminded what a perfect parable…More

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A View From South America In my last column  I described some characteristics associated to emancipatory education as a perspective.…More

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Women working in a rice field near Junagadh, Gujarat, India. Photo courtesy 	Bernard Gagnon and wikicommons

Climate change is a global threat that increases the vulnerability of all populations, but not equally so. Given existing structures…More

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Hey Tye, Sorry I missed class last week. My parents bought me a cruise.  Did I miss anything important. If…More

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This pronouncement was delivered by a graduating student about Barry Estabrook’s Tomatoland after she read it in my Anthropology of…More

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Noah and the Muslim Brotherhood

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Daniel Martin Varisco


What does a new film about the biblical Noah, who built the ark, and the Muslim Brotherhood have in common? …More

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The global perspective toward bilingual and multilingual education supports literacy in the student’s first, second, and the possibility of a…More

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Emancipatory Educational Processes

In my February column I stated that people participating in self-managed processes orient their practice by building interactional patterns that…More

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US-Mexico border at Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico; and California. Photo courtesy Tomas Castelazo and wikicommons

The clandestine movement of people across the Mexico-United States border is of interest to many people, including archaeologists. There aren’t…More

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Fence, US Mexico Border. Photo courtesy Yesenia Trujillo

Rayo and Güera This was your last little trip, pollero. I am not a pollero, Chucho said. Ha! Right. I…More

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