Some new anthropology blogs and websites (round-up part 1)
More and more anthropologists are blogging. Here a short overview over new websites and blogs that I've added recently to the "anthropology newspaper" sites http://www.antropologi.info/blog and http://www.antropologi.info/feeds/anthropology
Lots of longer articles (less "bloggy" than conventional blogs) in this group blog of scholars working in the anthropology departments of University College London and New York University. It "aims to create a new international community of academics, students, curators, artists and anyone else with particular interests in material and visual culture" (via announcement at Museum Anthropology).
Blog by anthropologist Michaela Lord (University of Hull, UK). She's finally started blogging about her research about British migrants in France.
Intute Social Sciences Blog
General university, education and social science news by Intute ( service created by a network of UK universities and partners)
German anthropologist Marc Murschhauser has promised to blog more about his fieldwork, "taking interviews, observating culture, asking the right questions, writing notes, and living within difficult conditions".
Engaged blog by students and staff of applied anthropology at Macquarie University (Australia) about emergent trends in applied anthropology.
Website by Marc K. Hebert from the University of South Florida, where he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Anthropology. Focus on how new media can contribute to a more public anthropology.
New website by the American Anthropological Association, including a blog, papers and presentations.
Two bloggers have moved their blogs.
Sarapen has moved from edublogs to anthroblogs. The new address of his blog about online anthropology on Filipino bloggers is http://www.anthroblogs.org/sarapen/ .
Anthronaut, currently on fieldwork in Peru has moved to wordpress.com and can now be found at http://anthronaut.wordpress.com/
Have i forgotten some new (social-) anthropology blogs?
Thanks for posting my website Anthropology 2.0. I have had several hits from your website and appreciate the link.
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Thanks for linking to my website as well!
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