Tag Archives: Ethnography
Asking what it means to be quilombola (descendants of African slaves) in the twenty-first century. Guest post by Mary Lorena Kenny, author of the newest ethnography in our popular Teaching Culture series.
For World Anthropology Day, we asked Paul Stoller to share his thoughts on the urgent need for a more public anthropology, as well as his ideas about blogging as one particular way to reach that public.
Michael Harrison, VP of the Higher Education Division, on how a Canadian university press ventured into textbook publishing in a serious way...