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Anthropology in the digital worlds:

Plus: 

Boellstorff, T. 2016. For whom the ontology turns: theorizing the digital real. Current Anthropology, 57(4), 387-407.
Escobar, A. 1994. Welcome to Cyberia: notes on the anthropology of cyberculture. Current Anthropology, 35(3), 211-231.
Hakken, D. 1999. Cyborgs@Cyberspace: an ethnographer looks to the future. London: Routledge.
Miller, D., Horst, H. 2012. The digital and the human: a prospectus for digital anthropology. In Horst, H. & D. Miller (eds.), Digital anthropology. London: Berg.
Pink, S. 2011. Digital visual anthropology: potentials and challenges. In Banks, M & J. Ruby (eds.), Made to be seen: perspectives on the history of visual anthropology. Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press.
Pink, S., Horst, H., Postill, J., Hjorth, L., Lewis, T. & J. Tacchi. 2016. Digital ethnography: principles and practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Whitehead, N. L., Wesch, M. (eds.) 2012. Human no more: digital subjectivities, unhuman subjects, and the end of anthropology. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.

Pokemon GO comes home: Manners pedagogy in the Japanese linguistic landscape

 

[This is an invited post by Debra J Occhi, Miyazaki International College (aka Hyuga Natsuko1, yellow team). Debra is a linguistic anthropologist employed at Miyazaki International College. Her current research interests include leisure, gender, cuteness, characters, and regionality.]

Anthropologists axed as part of humanities cull
Otago Daily Times
The department of anthropology and archaeology was not immune to the low enrolment numbers which had plagued the division since 2011, Prof Ballantyne said. “The changes we have worked through this year have been necessitated by the very

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