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AnthroCurrents May 24, 2017

Prom in full swing.  (AP photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Prom in full swing. (AP photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Fixing corruption is just one of many results a new development consulting firm in Bangladesh has accomplished.  The startup boasts anthropology and design thinking are the keys to sustainable solutions to real-life problems.  Pretty cool.

This article is basically saying you can get a degree in anthropology…as long as you work in computer science rather than education.  Mostly for the money.

An overview of how prom has become a place to contest sexuality & identity as an American adolescent rite of passage.

Top Chef judge Gail Simmons talks about… Continue reading

AnthroCurrents–September 6, 2016

Welcome back to the academy, students and faculty! As we watch Labor Day in the rearview mirror, the northern hemisphere’s colleges and universities are all in full operation. Our “back to school special” is a list of all the subfields of, or application of, cultural “anthropology” that we found published during the month of August (without duplicating our posts on August 9th and August 23rd). We hope these provide inspiration for research papers, lecture anecdotes, and career choices. Enjoy!

Ethnography is growing as a market research tool in corporations and women in corporations find corporate anthropology to… Continue reading