Category Archives: Teaching Theory

Collaboration as Innovation: A Brief History of University of Toronto’s Ethnography Lab

Innovations in Anthropology Series Welcome to the Innovations in Anthropology Series, a blog series devoted to profiling the teaching, production, and dissemination of anthropological knowledge. Whether it’s gamifying teaching, connecting a department to its local community, exploring multimodal methodologies, collaborating … read more…

  • dateFebruary 11, 2019
  • commentsNo comments
  • posted byAnna
read post

Playing Theory (Part Two)

Innovations in Anthropology Series Welcome to the Innovations in Anthropology Series, a blog series devoted to profiling the teaching, production, and dissemination of anthropological knowledge. Whether it’s gamifying teaching, positioning a department more closely in its local context, exploring multimodal … read more…

  • dateJanuary 24, 2019
  • commentsNo comments
  • posted byAnna
read post

Playing Theory (Part One)

Innovations in Anthropology Series Welcome to the Innovations in Anthropology Series, a blog series devoted to profiling the teaching, production, and dissemination of anthropological knowledge. Whether it’s gamifying teaching, placing a department more closely in its local context, exploring multimodal … read more…

  • dateJanuary 22, 2019
  • commentsNo comments
  • posted byAnna
read post

Excerpt: A History of Anthropological Theory

An exciting new feature of the fifth edition of A History of Anthropological Theory, as well as the fifth edition of its companion volume Readings for a History of Anthropological Theory, is a significantly expanded section on anthropology and women. Download a short excerpt here from the section on Anthropology and Gender in A History of Anthropological Theory. read more…

  • dateOctober 27, 2016
  • commentsNo comments
  • posted byAnna
read post

A History of Anthropological Theory

To mark the publication of the fifth editions of their enormously successful texts, A History of Anthropological Theory and Readings for a History of Anthropological Theory, we asked authors Paul A. Erickson and Liam D. Murphy to provide insight on the journey they have taken through five editions, and the rationale behind some of the changes to these new editions. read more…

  • dateOctober 24, 2016
  • commentsNo comments
  • posted byAnna
read post