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  • Transformation of Ethnology and Anthropology in Belgrade, Serbia
    Bogdan Dražeta Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnology and Anthropoloy, University of Belgrade Teaching at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, which is a part of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Serbia, has deep historical roots. Since 1881, the course named “Comparative Geography and […]
  • The Virtual Mystery Webtool: Open access online Hybridized Problem-based Learning
    Sherry Fukuzawa, University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada As blended course modalities increase, assessment methods incorporating active learning practices such as problem-based learning (PBL) must also transform. In PBL small groups of students work on a practical case study, both independently and collaboratively, […]
  • Bringing Anthropological Concepts to Life in a Virtual Peer Exchange
    By Shelene Gomes, University of the West Indies, & Lara Watkins, Bridgewater State University Students can read about culture, but hearing peers narrate personal experiences in another country provides invaluable firsthand insights. Analysing these narratives allows for a deeper understanding of cultural […]
  • Consumer Anthropology and AI: Teaching Business School Students
    Robert J. Morais, Columbia Business School In the fall of 2023, I integrated generative artificial intelligence (AI) into my Columbia Business School course, Market Intelligence: The Art and the Science. The course covers how brand-building insights, strategic planning, and marketing decision making are best served by […]
  • A Classroom Research Project with Lasting Meaning
    ELIZABETH KEATING, Professor of Anthropology & Graduate Faculty, Human Dimensions of Organizations, The University of Texas at Austin Teaching through research is recognized as one of the strengths of anthropology.  A few years ago, as I was researching culture change across generations, I brought my research […]