On Sunday afternoon, I left West Virginia where I was camping and climbing with some friends. A large winter storm that eventually dropped a foot of snow on the very place we were staying was at my back, and the largest hurricane in the Atlantic in the last quarter of a century was in front [...]
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If agency is efficacy (at least in part), then expressing your agency means making a difference (to revitalize a tired trope).
In the comments to my recent post on Techno-Pedagogy, Jenny makes a very good point: The point of Anthropology is to engage with the world, and neglecting the progress of technology and the interest and NEEDS of one’s students, makes an anthropologist–in my opinion–hardly an anthropologist at all. This is something that I’ve written briefly [...]