Anne Schiller – George Mason University Cultural anthropology courses frequently satisfy world cultures requirements, attracting enrollments from across the university. My 150-seat online introductory course, […]
Valerie Miller1, Shradha Naveen2, Amanda Waller3, Jennifer L. Johnson4 Purdue University. email@example.com (corresponding author) Purdue University. firstname.lastname@example.org Purdue University. email@example.com Purdue University. firstname.lastname@example.org The pandemic […]
by: Olivia Barnett-Naghshineh https://www.oliviabarnettnaghshineh.com/ Anthropology as a discipline has an almost inherent assumption that our methodology makes every experience or social phenomena potentially knowable through […]
As the incoming editors of Teaching Anthropology we’d like to say hello and give you a sense of our future direction. We want to expand the practical content, sharing resources, experiences and reflections that will directly help others in their teaching. Our vision for Teaching Anthropology, and its online platform, is that it becomes both a record of the evolution of anthropological teaching and a go to hub for pedagogical inspiration.