Anthropology Erkan's habitus Featured Once in April 2004, Paul Rabinow stopped by Rice Anthropology for a brown bag meeting. Here are my photos By admin 6 days ago Advertisements It is said to see anthropology lost two of its major voices. I remembered the day Rabinow was at the Rice when I was a doctoral student. For those who do not know who Sahlins and Rabinow are. Some of my heroes all together. Next to George Marcus, there Stephen Tyler, and next to him Hamid Naficy… admin Lecturer @ Istanbul Bilgi U; Blogger; Metalhead; BJK Fan See author's posts Paylaş/Share this:Print Related"An archive of interviews with anthropologistsJuly 28, 2010In "Anthropology"Anthropology roundup: Rabinow also joins the boycott debate...May 17, 2016In "Anthropology"A book review: How racist is American anthropology?January 7, 2011In "Anthropology" Related posts: Because of the travel ban to all Turkish academics, I cannot make it to #EASA2016 … An Anthropology roundup… How a transit visa for Canada kills my trip to US for #AAA2016 meetings… My Digital Anthropology course this semester… Interview at Media Anthro in Turkey blog (@mediaanthrointr) Continue Reading Previous #Anthropology roundup: “The Untold Stories of Archaeology’s WomenNext Just started reading: “The Daughters of Kobani 1 thought on “Once in April 2004, Paul Rabinow stopped by Rice Anthropology for a brown bag meeting. Here are my photos” Pingback: Once in April 2004, Paul Rabinow stopped by Rice Anthropology for a brown bag meeting. Here are my photos | Erkan's Field Diary Leave a Reply Cancel reply Show more This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.