of course this line of research always problematic for me…
Why is the grass always greener on social media?
Scientific American (blog)
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Linguistic anthropologist Robin Shoaps examines how American conservatives outside of media punditry engage with the American Right’s claims of embattled minority status in this month’s Society for Linguistic Anthropology column in Anthropology News.
Stanford University News
Stanford anthropologist Tanya Luhrmann found that voice-hearing experiences of people with serious psychotic disorders are shaped by local culture – in the United States, the voices are harsh and threatening, in Africa and India, they are more benign
Savage Minds: Notes and Queries in Anthropology
Recently, the television network NBC started filming Dig, a new archeology drama set in Jerusalem. Normally, we’d be ecstatic to see our fellow archaeologists getting such media fanfare. But there is nothing normal about this venture. Filmed on-site in illegally annexed East Jerusalem, the show is underwritten by 6.5 million dollar grant from the Israeli government. For comparisons sake, this means Israel is spending more to film Dig than on the yearly education budget for all K-12 Palestinian schools.
Sioux Falls Argus Leader
One of the lessons of anthropology is that the civilization and technology of the past was often more advanced than we think. Many academics will make this point to their students in lectures. L. Adrien Hannus, professor of anthropology and director of