Tag Archives: ProfessionalDevelopment

Feasting the Staff

Yesterday on twitter a friend asked ‘what are your favorite distractions?’ – this was easy for me – conversation. I love engaging with other people, whether the conversation is serious or superfluous. And conversations lead to opportunities and new ideas … Continue reading

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Tweeting Indigenism

I want to write a bit about the experience I had using Twitter this semester with my upper level class.  David Silver just wrote a nice piece about his experience with Twitter this semester, and while I was nodding my … Continue reading

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My Love Letter to Anthropology

Rex over at Savage Minds has asked those of us in the blogosphere to write love letters to anthropology, to remind us all why we got into this complicated field in the first place.  Here’s mine.   Dearest Anthropology, Years … Continue reading

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What is the real concern about #AAAFail?

Right now there are lots of anthropologists discussing the new long range plan developed by the Executive Board of the American Anthropological Association (Thanks Terry for posting the first link on the issue to catch my attention) .  The AAA … Continue reading

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