About AiP

Photo by Dana Blackshaw, 2010.
Anthropology in Practice (AiP) lays bare the relationships we have to each other and the world by drawing on practical, everyday events to explain anthropological theory. It invites everyone to consider and discuss the world around them.

AiP is written by Krystal D'Costa—an anthropologist, New Yorker, and Mets fan. Her interests include identities, technology, immigrants, history, and the relationships that make up daily life. Her writing on these topics has been featured by Scientific American, Canvas8, and Think-Social.org. Join her as she navigates New York City and Long Island, searching for traces of the connections that bind us together—both in the present and the past.

Readers are invited to leave a comment and join the discussion about breaking news, research ventures, and most importantly, everyday events. However, spam and abusive commentary will be deleted promptly.

You can contact Krystal directly here.


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Disclaimer:
The views expressed on this blog are solely the author's and are not affiliated with any employer or group she is connected to.

Copyright:
All content contained on this site is © Krystal D'Costa unless otherwise indicated and may not be distributed for commercial purposes without express written consent. For research or educational purposes the material on this site is free to copy and spread with the proper attribution. Content may not be used for religious or political propaganda.

All photographs on this site are © Krystal D'Costa unless otherwise indicated and may not be distributed for commercial purposes without express written consent. For research or educational purposes the photos on this site may be used with the proper attribution. Photos may not be used for religious or political propaganda.

You may email Krystal if you have questions concerning these policies.