Reflecting On “The Dharma & the Dime” From Washington DC

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

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Articulating Dinosaurs & Religions (The Story of Us)

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)

KAPITAL 150

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