Thanks to everyone who has read our over 90 new posts, and checked out our growing list of dedicated pages on things like Advice for Grad Students, our expanding list of links to how people are Applying an anthropological perspective outside of university, and our newly renamed Special Series: Ethnography & ... which now features reflections and insights from blogger Jennifer Long's new pedagogical research in post-secondary education.
Looking back, here are 10 of our own favourite posts from 2017 loosely organized around some key themes...
On ethnography and fieldwork:
- Teaching ethnography (26 January 2017)
- Fieldwork: preparing for the good, bad, and the ugly (16 March 2017)
- Promoting publications behind paywalls... or anthro everywhere! in Anthropologica (15 May 2017)
Engaging anthropology through social media:
- Blogging for research (9 January 2017)
- Why We Post: Anthropologists take on Social Media (26 June 2017)
- Anthropology Podcasting (24 August 2017)
- Fake News: Questions and Resources for Back to Class and All Year Round (7 September 2017)
And to round it out, some of our favourite topical posts from 2017:
- Special Friday Edition: The Dutch Election, Domino Effects and Wilders' Patriotic Spring (17 March 2017)
- What's in a Word? The Importance of Recognizing the Etymology of Words (27 March 2017)
- #Canada150, Indigenous nations 13,000... (3 July 2017)
Thanks for reading this year! We'll be back in 2018 with more resources, more research, and more anthropology everywhere!
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