People that I picked up in Whistler and Pemberton, BC in June: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2PL9E55EGc
The American Anthropological Association is expanding its resources, services, and professional networks to anthropologists practicing outside academia. A key step toward achieving this goal is to conduct a survey aimed at understanding the careers of MA anthropologists. Each year there are at least 1,000 anthropology Masters degrees granted in North America . Based on anecdotal … Continue reading Call for participation in AAA survey of anthropologist working outside academia
Every May, colleges trot out their straight-A students to give valedictory speeches. These are the unusual students who made their way through a complicated system, complying with the diverse, often obscure, and even arbitrary wants of a variety of professors, without tripping or stumbling. This is a difficult task and worthy of admiration. As for … Continue reading The Problem with Valedictorians
This is Episode Three of the Ordinary people project. You can see the previous episodes here and join the OPP group on Facebook. Introducing Cara httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qy_a_EaUw0
Dave is a fellow I met in a local bar in Pemberton, BC and agreed to be my first interview, its just took some time to get it together!
This is the first episode of the Ordinary People Project, Gord from Pemberton, BC. Thanks Good! httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx9pxLw4xJo
I am taking a few months off to drive to Alaska and have conversations with the random people that I meet along the way. I'm calling it The Ordinary People Project because the primary part of the fun is turning the idea of celebrity on its head. After doing a short conversation with someone, I … Continue reading The Ordinary People Project