For those who were unable to make it to the 116th Annual American Anthropological Association (AAA) in Washington DC this year. I recently co-wrote a piece with Elizabeth Williams Oerberga summarizing and reflecting on our panel, The Dharma and the Dime: Ethics and Economics in the Anthropology of Buddhism. The central aim of the panel attended to the anthropology of … Continue reading Reflecting On “The Dharma & the Dime” From Washington DC
ORIGINAL DATE OF PUBLICATION – October 13, 2017 PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE PUBLISHED AT CULTURE ON THE EDGE What then does it mean to reconstruct a dinosaur? Or to animate a dinosaur? What do the dinosaurs of the past have to do with us today? "The first time I remember thinking about what really makes a dinosaur, was … Continue reading Articulating Dinosaurs & Religions (The Story of Us)
Original Date of Publication - February 10, 2017 Peer-reviewed article published at Culture on the Edge A short peer-reviewed article, Is Tom Brady Vegan, Vegetarian, or Just Another Omnivore?, addresses the contested nature of ideological categories such as vegan and how these categories are often taken for granted. It takes the example of NFL quarterback Tom Brady’s predominately … Continue reading Is Tom Brady Vegan, Vegetarian, or Just Another Omnivore?
KAPITAL 150: A Symposium on The Relevance Of Marx Friday, November 3, 2017 Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia Karl Marx published volume one of Capital: A Critique of Political Economy on September 14, 1867. On this 150th anniversary year of the publication, the Sociology & Social Anthropology Department at Dalhousie University will be hosting a symposium … Continue reading KAPITAL 150
Welcome to the personal website of Jason WM Ellsworth! I am a doctoral student in the Sociology & Social Anthropology Department at Dalhousie University, and often a Sessional Lecturer in the departments of Religious Studies and Sociology & Anthropology at the University of Prince Edward Island. I am currently the organizer for KAPITAL 150: A Symposium on … Continue reading Welcome