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"Counting on Change," OAC e-seminar with Erin Taylor (June 22-July 6) is NOW OPEN.
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Welcome to the latest installment of the OAC Press working paper series, an e-seminar focused on Erin Taylor's paper "Counting on Change: What can money tell us about inequality in Haiti?" If you…Continue

Tags: Haiti, value, finance, money, B.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erin B. Taylor Jul 8, 2016.

Upcoming OAC online seminar: "Counting on Change," by Erin B. Taylor (June 22-July 6)

"Follow the money.” It sounds simple.But what if there isn’t much money to begin with?What if there are multiple currencies, including a fictional one used to talk about one of the others?What if a…Continue

Started Jun 16, 2016

Upcoming OAC online seminar: Finance, Value, and Inequality (April 15-22, 2016)
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When you think about capitalism, globalization, or neoliberalism, does your thinking stop with conventional stereotypes of greedy corporations exploiting the weak or unwary? If someone asked you how…Continue

Tags: economics, archaeology, Daniel, Souleles, anthropology

Started this discussion. Last reply by ryan anderson Apr 23, 2016.

Discussion of Barone and Hart's "The Open Anthropology Cooperative: Toward an Online Public Anthropology."
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We've had some good discussions about the future of the OAC on various threads here and on the OAC Facebook page lately. Keith has suggested a couple times that it might be a good idea for more of us…Continue

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No funding? Don't Go!! (on getting a PhD in anthropology)

Well, it’s that time of year when prospective grad students around the country are anxiously pacing around their mailboxes waiting for responses from all the PhD programs they applied to.  Many are wondering who accepted them, who rejected them, and, of course, if they got funding.  That’s the big question.  Getting a full-funding offer is the highest mark of acceptance and application success.  It’s like getting the golden seal of academic and departmental approval.  It means you’re…


Posted on March 22, 2014 at 9:18pm — 4 Comments

Seeking contriutions for anthropologies issue about anthropology & war!!

Hey everyone, just a quick post here to let everyone know that we are still looking for contributions to the next issue of anthropologies.  This issue focuses on the relationship(s) between anthropology and war:


Let me know if you're interested in taking part.  Word range is generally between 500-1500, and the deadline is July 20.  We will…


Posted on June 30, 2013 at 4:46pm

Anthropologies CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The neoliberalized, debt-plagued, low wage, corporatized university (and what can be done about it)

Hey OAC folks,

So the next issue of anthropologies is about the serious problems we are facing in academia and the university system.  The goal of the issue is to highlight some of the problems, and also open up a space to explore solutions, new ideas, or alternatives.  Here's a link to the call for submissions:


Deadline for Submissions: JAN…


Posted on December 14, 2012 at 7:27pm — 2 Comments

Anthropology, Politics, and #OWS (in light of recent events at UC Davis)

When I see videos like this:

...it makes me think about the borders between academia and politics. Specifically, I'm thinking about anthropology. I don't think that anthropology can be defined in any one way, and I certainly don't think that the discipline (in its many manifestations) is some sort of political party. I don't think that's what…


Posted on November 20, 2011 at 9:30am — 13 Comments

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At 12:32am on May 20, 2010, Martin Hoyem said…
Thanks for mentioning American Ethnography on your blog! It's much appreciated!

PS. There's a typo: "... is definitely work a look." I suppose it should be "... is definitely worth a look."
At 8:10pm on May 3, 2010, Martin Hoyem said…
> Would you mind if I posted something about a couple of your projects on my blog???

You should do that. Wait ... "A couple of my projects?" How many projects do I have? :)

> In other news, I think you might like this work of this LA-based photographer. His work is damn good: http://wrobertangell.blogspot.com/

Great photos!
At 9:44pm on May 2, 2010, Keith Hart said…
Glad it was of some use, Ryan. The Ning thing preoccupies us, but we wait for an announcement of their new terms and conditions.
At 12:01am on May 2, 2010, Keith Hart said…
Fall at the earliest, maybe early 2011.
At 5:08pm on April 4, 2010, Keith Hart said…
Justin suggested that I cross-post stuff from my blog, but I felt it wasn't a real blog. What you have done is much more promising. We can invite members who are already bloggers to cross-post here. I have a response to your post, but I'll save it for later.
At 4:31pm on April 4, 2010, Keith Hart said…
Thanks, Ryan. It was your idea really. All we have to do now is to persuade one or two others to do the same. Perhaps then we will get nearer to individuals doing their partly synthetic thing on the home page without asking people to sign up for a common manifesto.
At 11:52pm on March 8, 2010, Keith Hart said…
I submitted the manuscript two days ago!
At 6:46pm on March 8, 2010, Keith Hart said…
Hi Ryan, Nice blog post at Ethnografix. As it happens, I sent off a text on economic anthropology to the publishers this weekend.No obligation of course, but you might find something in it. It took a lot of effort and a long time to write, partly because my co-author insisted on a dumbing down strategy and I wanted to go the other wayHann&Hart Econanth 6 March revised.doc. You will see. Keith
At 3:34am on October 13, 2009, Michael Heneise said…
Ryan Anderson - I held these photographs in a drawer for nearly 4 years because I had no information about the persons I was photographing. I was in the restricted autonomous district of Karbi Anglong in Eastern Assam studying Karbi music and musical instruments. At the time there were atrocities committed against rural Karbi people a few hours north of Diphu (these were never reported in the Indian or Western media). I was invited (seen as a neutral party) to be involved in the writing of a peace accord that was then adopted by leaders representing the Karbis and Kukis inhabiting the conflict area. In any event, I had only one afternoon to roam the Diphu marketplace to buy some fresh fruit and to capture some images of the market place. These images are of people of infinite value and worth - deserving of an opportunity to share their stories. But this could not happen then. Perhaps in sharing a bit about this place unknown to so many people, more would come to appreciate the intersection of Indigenous and Dravidian cultures. My attempt was to capture images of beauty and dignity in the people of Diphu - never to do them harm. But I like your approach and your critique - 100% valid and appreciated. Next time I'll do better (smile)


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