Monday, April 26, 2010

Blog News - Where's the In the News Feature? Delurk Yourselves, and More

If you're a regular Reader wondering where the In the News feature is the answer is that I tabled it this week. I'd like to make it more useful to you than simply a list of articles that I found intriguing. It should be back in the coming weeks, once I've figured out how I want to deal with it.

I'm also thrilled to note that my subscription rate has really grown! Thanks for stopping by, sharing the information here, and coming back! Take a moment and let me know who you are - what about anthropology interests you, what topics would you like to see discussed, how did you get involved in anthropology? Let me know you aren't a bot.

And in case you missed it, the latest round of neighborhood explorations went live last week with  my ventures into the Five Points.

So what's in store for Anthropology in Practice? I'll be participating in a round-blog (as opposed to round-table) discussion about anthropology outside of academia. I've posted some preliminary thoughts for Monday, and will hopefully have more to say as colleagues chime in. Feel free to share your thoughts on the subject as well.

I'll also finally be getting back to my work on Time, so I look forward to sharing that with you as we move forward.


  1. Howdy! I majored in Anthropology and will probably be an MA anthro student this fall. I mainly work in the field of archaeology. I am currently interested in the uses of landscape & space and the changes people make to, or of, their environments.

  2. Congrats on your grad school endeavors! We also share an interest in the uses of landscapes and environments. It's something I became interested in while in grad school actually, but I imagine archaeologists start thinking about these issues long before most other folks begin to take notice of the relationships we develop with our surroundings.

    Glad to have you here!