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Disability Fieldnotes Week in Review: June 19-25

Here are some of the disability news features that I found most interesting from the past week. Please send other suggestions my way!

Disability and Race… 177 more words


Drawing the skull of Ardipithecus ramidus

I currently have my first job as a scientific illustrator, doing drawings of fossil primate skulls for my school’s Anthropology lab manual. I have spent many hours each week throughout the semester drawing from high quality casts to create drawings that were as accurate as possible. 712 more words


Reconstructing The Past: Studio EIS (A Docu-Portrait)

Originally published on Anthropology News

Everyday Anthropology
Myeashea Alexander

Almost every weekend for over a year, I left NYC on a 6:30 am south bound bus to Washington, DC. 261 more words


Siblings and Disability - Part I

Disrupting Assumptions and Digging Deeper
Growing up with a sister who had CHARGE syndrome and was deafblind, there were many times when I felt alone in my experience. 637 more words


Why Anthropology Matters: Part Two

There has been a definite resurgence of feminism of late. Most media outlets now feature feminist issues with a degree of prominence and seriousness that quite possibly has never been seen or felt before. 1,220 more words


Farm To Table, New Orleans, August 8-10 2015

The 3rd Annual Farm to Table International Conference is scheduled for August 8-10, 2015, at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. F2Ti features the brightest thought leaders and leading practitioners in the burgeoning farm-to-table movement. 241 more words