A case for applied anthropology PhDs. The struggle is real. Are you one of these PhDs? Do you have a master’s a decided not to get a doctorate? We’d love to hear your stories.
Big data is thin. Make it thick with ethnography.
A fun, ethnographic read about how cooking on open flames can teach you to trust your intuition.
An exciting application of user-centered design in anthropology classes.
Bonus: The best science accounts to follow on Instagram & Twitter. Who are your favorite anthropologists to follow? I mostly just follow my colleagues, professors, & AAA.
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I have recently posted the first part of my response to your query “A case for applied anthropology PhDs” This can be found at http://thesuperorganic.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-case-for-applied-anthropolgy-part-1.html