This digital magazine has had a long running a series (since 2011) called Anthropology in Practice: Exploring the human condition. The main contributor is Krystal D'Costa who is an anthropologist living in New York City. Much like us here at anthroeverywhere!, D'Costa's posts explore everyday life from the anthropological perspective.
The following list demonstrates the range of topics:
- A four part series on Rice & Beans (May 11 2015) - See the first post on How does culture become generic?
- Why Does Everything Look the Same? (July 15 2015)
- Shared Sanitation: Bathroom Access and Facilities Around the World (May 11 2016)
- Understanding The Social Capital of Fake News (November 28 2017)
- A Nation Divided by Social Media (January 31 2017)
- The Rising Trend of Pets at Work (May 11 2017)
These interesting reads would be useful discussion starters for a second year anthropology classrooms or as a quick link share for friends, parents or managers who are trying to answer: well, what can anthropology do?
- Anthropology in Practice: Exploring the human condition Krystal D'Costa at Scientific American
- Why We Post: Anthropologists take on Social Media Anthro Everywhere! (June 26 2017)
- Teaching Resource: Social Inequality and Teaching in the Academy Anthro Everywhere! (May 25 2017)
- Teaching Ethnography Anthro Everywhere! (January 25 2017)