This month on THE FAMILIAR STRANGE

ON THE BLOG: https://thefamiliarstrange.com/blogs

– What the Tech Sector Could Learn from Anthropology
– Land, Labour & Society in Aceh: Chandra Jayawardena’s unpublished
fieldnotes
– Does Anthropology Have a Point?
– Forgotten Violence against Backpackers in Australia
– Another Life: Ethnographic Experimentation
– The Neoliberal University is Making us Sick: Who’s to Blame?

ON THE PODCAST: https://thefamiliarstrange.com/podcast

– Ep. #18 What taste is made of: Brad Weiss talks pig farming and the
meaning of food in America
– Ep. #17 Slamming doors, predicting futures, picking sides & citing
informants: This month on TFS
– Ep. #16 The costs of efficiency: Cris Shore talks neoliberalism in the
public sector

THE SINGLE SHOT VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY SERIES:
submissions@thefamiliarstrange.com

We’ve also launched a new series called The Single Shot with Dr. Natasha
Fijn, inviting contributors to submit a single still image or a single
video shot, accompanied by a summary with a reflexive emphasis on the
researcher?s own experience in the field (150-300 words). Here are our
first two, with a new one due out this coming Monday:

– A Herder’s Arrival:
https://thefamiliarstrange.com/2018/06/11/the-single-shot/
– War Games:
https://thefamiliarstrange.com/2018/07/02/single-shot-war-games/

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