From what I’ve seen of this special journal issue on the anthropology of atheists, I’m not seeing the ground for building any single agenda for ethnographically studying atheist cultures.
Our reader Frank has left comments issuing a challenge for Irregular Times and Irregular Times’ readers to provide “ONE EXAMPLE” of evidence pointing to “white privilege” and discrimination against black people in America. Earlier this week, I named and provided references to not one but
The frequent, but seemingly random, insertion of “then” and “perhaps” into academic articles suggests a previously unnoticed warping in the space-time continuum.
One of the following titles is not from a real ethnography. Can you pick the fake study? Sociable robots, jazz music, and divination: Contingency as a cultural resource for negotiating problems of intentionality. You Have Dislodged a Boulder: Mothers and Prisoners in the Post Keynesian
“I’ve had enough of your smart retorts!” Ever since the long-retired Mrs. Begy tossed this condemnation at my older brother back in high school, I’ve been looking for more ways to deliver smart retorts to academics. I love learning, mind you, but I find the temptation
Shorter University students will carry with them an association with bigotry and intolerance. Diplomas from such an institution of education will qualify Shorter graduates to work for small range of employers within a small ideological territory. Who will want to graduate with that kind of handicap?