Coding Culture II: Four Hacks to Digitize Your Anthropology Classroom

This is the second post in a multi-part blog series in which Katherine Cook shares her experiences integrating digital anthropology into her teaching. She outlines a series of platforms and assignments that she has tested in undergraduate courses. They are flexible enough to cut, spruce, and duct tape into any anthropological application. read more...

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    March 13, 2017
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  • Coding Culture: Why Anthropology Students (and Their Instructors) Should Learn to Code

    This is the first in a multi-part blog series in which Katherine Cook shares her experiences integrating digital anthropology into her teaching. From social media and blogging, to writing code and designing apps, Cook explores both the potential and challenges of … read more...

    • DateMarch 1, 2017
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  • Supporting the Resistance

    In honor of World Anthropology Day, we wanted to thank you for your work in the undergraduate classroom and offer a glimpse into some of the texts you can expect to see from University of Toronto Press in the coming months—texts we hope will help you in continuing to fight the good fight! read more...

    • DateFebruary 16, 2017
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  • Some Drawing Exercises, or “Etudes”

    Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method, by discussing how drawing is integral to seeing, encourages readers to consider drawing as a legitimate ethnographic method. To further this purpose, then, the book also shows readers how to draw in a way that will enrich their ethnographic research. These drawing exercises, or “Etudes,” are integral to the book and help set it apart. read more...

    • DateNovember 24, 2016
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    • posted byAndrew Causey
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