Archaeology/ Anthropology blogs


Archaeology/ Anthropology blogs

A group for those of us blogging on archaeology and or anthropology or for those interested to find new blogs on the subject. Introduce yourself and write a comment on the contents of your blog and your address.

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Comment by The Geek Anthropologist on March 22, 2013 at 6:37pm

I should have done this a while back when I joined the group, but here goes!


Hello everyone!

I write a blog called The Geek Anthropologist. I started working on it fairly recently (last September) and am aiming at eventually turning it into a community of authors interested in the anthropological study of science-fiction, geek culture and identity, online communities, video games, and other topics related to geekdom, be it the interests of geeks or the geeks themselves.

I appreciate any constructive feedback and welcome the opportunity to exchange with other anthropology bloggers. I would love to write a showcase about anthro blogs, so if any of you are interested in participating, let me know!


Comment by Dr Kelli Ann Malone on July 28, 2011 at 10:14pm

Hello there! I've been writing a blog on wordpress called Reading Anthropology.  It's just my meanderings as I re-read many of the classic texts I've not had the time to read since Graduate school a million years ago.  It's at  I welcome your comments.


Comment by Alice C. Linsley on June 25, 2011 at 2:39am

There a fairly new site for Biblical Anthropologists here:


Material are arranged alphabetically by topic in the INDEX.


Comment by Shom Dasgupta on March 10, 2010 at 3:29am
take a look, as you like. i'm an almost-physician/anthropologist working in kaqchikel and k'ichee' communities in the guatemalan coffee piedmont:
Comment by Krystal D'Costa on December 18, 2009 at 10:10pm
I'm an anthropologist in NYC using my blog, Anthropology in Practice, to help people see that anthropologist don't wear funny hats and spend all their time in the heart of the jungle living with pygmies (these efforts grew out of a conversation I had while in grad school that I never fully recovered from). I blog about the social order that guides daily life, try to remind people that we are guided by our history, and show how our society is evolving as diversity increases our exposure to the "other." And I try to have a little fun doing it.
Comment by John McCreery on December 5, 2009 at 7:39am
Carl Dyke has asked me to join Dead Voles, a blog whose following is an interesting mix of anthropologists (at least one, me!), historians (Carl, for example) and philosophers. Should you be interested, you can find my first contribution at Getting Real.
Comment by Paul Wren on December 5, 2009 at 6:52am
I'm glad to see new posts about blogs! I want to encourage each of you to add your blog to our wiki page specifically for listing anthropology blogs.
Comment by Magnus Reuterdahl on December 1, 2009 at 8:01pm
It's been a while since I've been logged in but I'm glad to see that there are a few new members and some new blogs to read up on.
Comment by Marek Mikus on December 1, 2009 at 7:29pm
Hello, I'm a PhD student in Anthropology at the LSE. This blog is essentially my work-in-progress in an anthropology of development projects in Serbia funded and co-implemented by other postsocialist countries.
Comment by Dan Hicks on September 22, 2009 at 7:22pm
I recently started collecting some of my writing, about historical archaeology and related fields, together on a blog. The idea is, over time, to provide open access to my published work, with a Creative Commons license, and every now and then to intersperse this with other news, etc.

The blog is here - - and there are links to following the blog and feeds from that page.

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