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Category Archives: Blogging

From Seattle to the Aleutians by Foot, Raft, Skis

I am thoroughly enjoying reading about the journey Erin and Hig are making up the west coast of North America. Blogging regularly at Journey on the Wild Coast, Erin and Hig are calling attention to environmental issues facing Washington, British Columbia, and Alaska. I am fascinated particularly by their observations of British Columbia (and Canada). […]

Another Blogging Anthropologist: Northern Canada, Canoeing Are Central Topics

Cultural anthropologist Ed Labenski has started blogging. Northern Waterways combines Ed’s passions for northern Canadian anthropology, aboriginal rights, resource development, and canoeing. Ed describes his blog this way: This blog is a resource for people interested in northern culture and history … This blog brings together several of my interests: film, anthropology, canoeing, social and […]

Review of Anthropology Blogging in 2005

Lorenz ( has posted a terrific and fascinating summary of anthropology in the blogosphere for 2005.  The post summarizes (and links to) the major debates and points of discussion from the past year and offers a list of anthropology blogs and their interests. Thanks for this, Lorenz … it is very useful and a great […]