cultural anthropologist

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an anthropologist who studies such cultural phenomena as kinship systems

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With his passion for capturing a subject or trend's look, whatever it may be, he was, as the "Times" called him, an "unlikely cultural anthropologist."
Critique: Enhanced with an informative foreword by Dennis McKenna, cover art by Beau Deeley, and thirty color illustrations by various artists, "Mystery School in Hyperspace: A Cultural History of DMT" by Graham St John (an Australian cultural anthropologist and scholar of electronic dance music movements, event-cultures and entheogens) is exceptionally well written, organized and presented work of impressive scholarship, making it very highly recommended for community and academic library collections.
Dean/Director IQRA University Dr Mohammad Islam, Creative Director FACE, Arieb Azhar, Cultural Anthropologist, Shabnum Bahar and some faculty members were among the panelists.
The cultural anthropologist Ellen Dissanayake identifies the human impulse to craft and decorate objects in distinctive ways as our ability to "make special." This language avoids the "What is art?" conversation to examine the place of the exceptional in our endeavors.
Meanwhile, Grant McCracken, cultural anthropologist, said that binge watching has really taken off due to a perfect storm of better TV, current economic climate and the digital explosion of the last few years.
It is worth noting that Sodikoff is caught in something of a contradiction herself: that she is a cultural anthropologist who has spent time labouring in the conservation sector, and yet has a deep regard and concern for the sustainability of Malagasy lives vis-a-vis crushing poverty.
A cultural anthropologist by trade, she is most comfortable as a "scribe" who writes other people's stories instead of her own.
Dan Baum examines that divide like a cultural anthropologist in his fascinating, intelligent new book.
A social and cultural anthropologist, Beck leads Urban Semester students in a variety of engaged learning projects to benefit Brooklyn residents, including an analysis of Census data to document the redistribution of racial groups and outreach efforts to help extend CUFFH programs to more families.
"It may stand for commodities or capitalism, but equally imperialism or Americanization," ( writes cultural anthropologist Daniel Miller , author of "Stuff" and "Material Culture and Mass Consumption," who calls Coca-Cola a meta-symbol open to different interpretations.
Wendy Appel, a leading cultural anthropologist, author and speaker, said leaders could now uncover what made them tick with a mere shuffle of cards.
Wesch, a cultural anthropologist and researcher in the modern discipline of digital ethnography, will expand on this idea during his Wednesday keynote presentation at FETC 2012, the annual education technology conference.
In Divining a Digital Future, computer scientist Paul Dourish and cultural anthropologist Genevieve Bell explore the vision that has "driven the ubiquitous computing research program and the contemporary practices that have emerged--both the motivating mythology and the everyday messiness of lived experience.
Cultural anthropologist Ariana Hernandez-Reguant and the nine other contributors to this book undertake a necessary and welcome reflection on the Special Period in Cuba as an instance of late socialism.
A cultural anthropologist, a musicologist, a historian and a communications/ethnic studies expert share with Diverse some of the challenges and curiosities that come with being keepers of the Motown legacy.
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