Anthropology in the Classroom

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Trigger warnings are a current and controversial topic in higher education and a subject of ongoing discussion among many of…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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In my last column, I discussed the value of courses teaching ethnographic methods and described the course my colleague and…More

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Cultural anthropologists are primed to look for rituals of significance, and fieldwork clearly holds a central and sacred place in…More

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