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Be the Anthropologist

Last week I met up with my honours supervisor and I thought it would be one of our typical coffee catch-ups, where I come away with a vast amount of information that takes until our meeting the following week to process. 585 more words

Depression

Affect, Pervasive and Elusive

What is affect? Affect circulates through different spaces, it is multifaceted and flips easily from one ridge to another: individual and collective, private and public, owned and disavowed, approximated and distanced, embraced and avoided. 275 more words

Anthropology

Blog post #5 - Article about Iraq refugees

I research about Iraq refugees before this blog post, so this blog post talks about Iraqi refuges’ articles. Those three articles connect with Iraqi refugees. 397 more words

Anthropology

Places and stories: Ernetta Island

Tomomi Fushiya, University of Leiden

During last year’s interviews with the local excavation workers, who mostly live on the island of Ernetta where our expedition house is located, fragmented histories of their island emerged. 612 more words

The Area Code of the Beast: I’m Sorry, but You Dialed the Wrong Number

“We are each our own devil, and we make this world our hell” – Oscar Wilde

Don’t you hate it when you dial the wrong demon?  417 more words

Anthropology

Lonely languages

Just like chimpanzees are related to humans, and lions are related to tigers, languages can also be related to each other.

Think of French and Spanish – they’re part of a language family called the… 1,589 more words

Language

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Lonely languages

Just like chimpanzees are related to humans, and lions are related to tigers, languages can also be related to each other.

Think of French and Spanish – they’re part of a language family called the… 1,589 more words

Language