World’s Storehouse of Anthropological Knowledge Safe from Mayan Apocalypse!

As frequent readers of Ethnography.com (if there is such a thing) know, our esteemed founder Mark Dawson has disappeared from these pages after last posting on April 1, 2012.  Amazingly, he has even disappeared from the internet. But as exclusively reported , AAA has hired him, and he is on a top-secret mission to save anthropology from the Mayan Apocalypse which is scheduled for–tomorrow, December 21, 2012.

As interim editor of ethnography.com, I am happy to disclose that Dawson’s efforts have been largely successful.  A super-anonymous source has informed me that all of AAA’s journals are tucked away safe and snug in a location which will be briefly disclosed as a teaser on between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. December 22 (eastern time) over at savageminds.org.  In fact the anonymous source has even revealed to me that there will be no pay wall, and survivors who are fast enough will be able to download to their heart’s content.

“On the other hand,” the source informs me, “if there is not end of the world, no dice.  The paywall stays in place, and those whiners over at savage minds.org better dust off their PayPal accounts.”

 

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