September Anthropology News features new columnists and contributing editors on www.anthropology-news.org. Their monthly columns will be published throughout each month. Be sure to check out the ones published so far – and don’t forget to post your comments and rate the columns.
Ken Routon’s first MEDIA NOTES column features C Nadia Seremetakis’ Speaking of Violence: Media in Academia, Part I
- douglas carl reeser shares Reflections on Beginnings… in his NOTES FROM THE FIELD
- Robert Muckle’s first AN ARCHAEOLOGY IN NORTH AMERICA column takes a look at employment in archaeology
Misty A Weitzel’s PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES IN BIOANTHROPOLOGY column discusses Anthropology and Online Learning: Are Virtual Anthropologists too Plugged in to Connect?
Nathalie Boucher and Martin Lamotte’s MULTIMEDIA MATTERS addresses Anthropologists and Multimedia Matters: An Excursion in a Chilly Relationship
Sarah Ono, Heather Schacht Reisinger, and Samantha Solimeo’s first ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR column is All Roads Lead to Iowa…and Veterans
Leila Monaghan, Jacqueline Messing and Richard Senghas’s LANGUAGE AND CULTURE column features Ronald Kephart’s For Ebonics, the New Milennium Is Pretty Much Like the Old One
- Kelly ErnstFriedman’s CRITICAL CONSUMERISM column discusses The 2012 Farm Bill: National food policy debate sparks local food justice concerns
Go back to the Opinion section of www.anthropology-news.org next week for the columns REFUGEE MATTERS by Fethi Keles, J DRIVE by Ritu Khanduri, and INTERNATIONAL ACTIVISM by Robert R Sauders.
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