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Videos: The Adventures of the Master Class Reconsidered

Here we return to the theme of the previous feature on “reality tourism,” and the promotional materials produced by the Razor’s Edge company. With this, we complete our collection of such videos from 1999. 304 more words


CFP: Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics

We have received the following call for proposals from David Kaplan, which may be of interest to FoodAnthropology readers and researchers:

Call for proposals:  Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics, 2nd edition… 79 more words


Fit for War

“Fitts combines archaeology and ethnohistory to explore Catawba strategies for retaining sovereignty and power in the colonial era. A model of interdisciplinary methodology, this book offers new insights into coalescence, colonialism, and Indigenous persistence.”—Christina Snyder, author of Slavery in Indian Country: The Changing Face of Captivity in Early America… 273 more words


Everyday: New Zealand Symposium of Gastronomy

An intriguing call for papers:

Christchurch, November 25th & 26th, 2017

Symposium Theme: Everyday



Sam Hassibi (University of Canterbury)

Amir Sayadabdi (University of Canterbury) 433 more words


Blood bowl: The Other Fantasy Football, Part 2: The Block Dice of Sociality

Editorial Note: This is part two of a three part series. Click here to read part one, “Warming Up,”

Round 2: Following our defeats across the board in Round 1, we find ourselves dumped at the lowest table on the ladder facing three Norwegians. 1,018 more words


Down amongst the dead men – The Bedern Group, digital preservation and the historic environment

Another session we filmed at the CIfA conference- this one on digital preservation.

Session Details

Digital technologies play a central role in documenting our heritage and provide a vital resource for creative, cultural and commercial activities in archaeology and beyond. 2,217 more words