The BRIDGING DIGITAL AND PHYSICAL PUBLICS: DIGITAL Anthropologists’ CURRENT ENGAGEMENTS WITH 21st CENTURY PUBLICS panel has been accepted!! It is being reviewed by the Society of Visual Anthropology. The panel with include the following papers: Anastasiya Travina (Texas State University-San Marcos) 500,000 Tweets and Posts During TheContinue reading “DANG Panel Accepted”
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Remembering Zora, Writing Women’s Worlds
Feminist anthropologists striving to bring women’s voices forward through life histories and personal narratives and auto ethnography are “walking in Zora’s shoes” as Irma McClaurin’s title suggests (McClaurin 2011). Although, in some circles of anthropology Zora’s work is forgotten and ignored, she pioneered important realms of anthropological study and writing. Anthropologically informed creative writing canContinue reading “Remembering Zora, Writing Women’s Worlds”
What is the Place of Emotion in Humanistic Empiricism?
Recently, someone close to me drew the connection between the demand for the removal of emotion from scholarship and the continued presence of underlying masculine bias in academia. I was taken aback by the implications of this connection and my blindness to it. In reading Ruth Behar’s The Vulnerable Observer and “Believing in Anthropology asContinue reading “What is the Place of Emotion in Humanistic Empiricism?”