5 Things to Ask on Your (Grad School) Campus Visit

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It’s that glorious time of year– graduate school decision season! You submitted your carefully-crafted applications to the social science or humanities programs of your dreams back in December or January, and waited through a long and frigid winter (okay, not really), and finally– FINALLY– got some good news in the form of “fat envelopes” earlier […]

Gender Bending – Roundup of Pedagogically Useful Photo Essays

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I just read a for-fun book that played with gender Ursula K. Le Guin-style (it’s okay to talk about her on an anthro blog, because she’s the daughter of an anthropologist, and is even participating in a multidisciplinary conference organized by an anthropologist. Right? Right.). Le Guin uses all male pronouns in┬áThe Left Hand of […]