teaching cultureThe purpose of this blog is to build a community of anthropologists interested in pedagogy and to provide them with a reputable source of information and a way to share news on teaching anthropology, publishing in the field, new innovations, and new books.
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- Anthropology Otherwise: Thoughts on a Graphic Novel Experiment – Part 2
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- Teaching & Learning Creative Habits: The Evolution of #archink
- Five Simple Steps for Helping Students Write Ethnographic Papers
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- Teaching Anthropology of/through Games, Part 1
- Announcing ethnoGRAPHIC: A New Series
- A Teacher’s Review of Ancestral Lines: The Maisin of Papua New Guinea and the Fate of the Rainforest
Tag Archives: Stitches
True or false: Stick figures effectively convey complex emotions and experiences.
If you were to ask me this question a year ago, I would have confidently replied “false.” That was before I stumbled across Allie Brosh’s web comic “Hyperbole and a Half.” Brosh chronicles her adventures with cleaning, dogs, and depression through a crudely drawn pink stick figure with a strange yellow triangle atop her head. The triangle is supposed to be a ponytail, but it is open to interpretation. read more…
- dateMarch 16, 2015
- posted byColeman Nye