This blog is dedicated to researching and displaying cultural anthropological issues and encouraging conversation in the community. These articles came from numerous sources, worldwide. In addition to compiling anthropological news, the blog also provides links to various anthropology journals.
This blog is designed to foster a community interested in discourse on cultural, biological, archeological, and linguistic anthropology. Discourse occurs between students, professors, and others interested in expanding their anthropological scope.
The most classically structured of all the blogs listed, Antropyton provides a steady stream of commentary on various anthropological issues. Features of the blog include "updates" in the anthropology world, links to "fieldwork", and highlights of different leaders in the field.
Here you can find a random compilation of anthropological articles, commentaries, and videos.
Composed in a classic blog style, Annelise shares about her fieldwork and research on social perspective, syncretism, and various community practices- all written in accordance with her religious studies expertise.
What began as a blog recording her experiences studying abroad in Senegal, Hannah De Angelis ('12) has created a space of insight and guidance concerning the study abroad experience.