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Why the Peer Review Process Works Even When It Doesn’t

[Savage Minds is pleased to publish this essay by Alan Kaiser as part of our Writers’ Workshop series. Alan is a Professor of Archaeology at the University of Evansville. He has published on issues of Roman culture in Spain, urbanism across the Roman empire, and streets as an organizing principle in Roman cities. Show More Summary

How a Professional Writer Improved My Academic Writing

[Savage Minds  is pleased to publish this essay by Annie Claus as part of our Writers’ Workshop series. Annie  is assistant professor of anthropology at American University in Washington, D.C. specializing in the social ecology of marine and coastal environments and diverse environmentalisms. Show More Summary

Finding My Muse While Mourning

[Savage Minds  is pleased to publish this essay by Chelsi West part of our Writers’ Workshop series. Chelsi is a PhD candidate at the University of Texas at Austin. She holds a BA from Millsaps College and an MA from UT. Her research in Albania was funded by J. Show More Summary

Savage Minds Native Anthropologist Biographies (SMNAB)

Here was a field in which I could read about Indians all the time and teach, and further Indian opportunity. – Alfonso Ortiz

Read More, Write Less

[Savage Minds is pleased to publish this essay by Ruth Behar as part of our Writers’ Workshop series. Ruth is the Victor Haim Perera Collegiate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. She is the author of numerous articles...Show More Summary

Angry White Buddhists and the Dalai Lama: Appropriation and Politics in the Globalization of Tibetan Buddhism

[Savage Minds is pleased to publish this essay by Ben Joffe. Ben is a PhD candidate at the University of Colorado. He holds a MA from the University of Capetown, and a Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research dissertationShow More Summary

'Criminal Minds' Kills Off Major Character, Ben Savage Guest Stars

On the Jan. 28 episode of "Criminal Minds" fans saw the death of a major character, and though he has not been on the show since season 3, Wednesday night's episode confirmed that Mandy Patinkin, who played Jason Gideon on the show, won't be coming back for future episodes.

Why I like typewriters

This is my last post as a guest blogger for Savage Minds. I have enjoyed this experience of connecting with so many anthropologists. I want to thank the Savage Minds team for giving me this opportunity to discuss ethnographic writing, and to everyone who offered their thoughts and comments on my posts. Since this is … Continue reading Why I like typewriters ?

Savage Love: Coming Clean

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I'm a straight man with a bisexual wife, married a little over two years. She got me started listening to your podcast and opened up my mind to alternative relationships. Our arrangement at present is a semi-open kind of thing. She gets...Show More Summary

Seeking New Around the Web Intern for 2015

With Dick Powis now a full time contributor, Savage Minds is looking for someone to fill his shoes as our Around the Web editor. This position is called an “internship” because we see it as a way to cultivate new talent. (Also because it isn’t paid, but then nobody here is paid.) Doing the weekly … Continue reading Seeking New Around the Web Intern for 2015 ?

Mega Buzz: Get the Details on Young Gideon on Criminal Minds

Gideon and Rossi will share the screen for the first time on Wednesday's Criminal Minds - well, young versions of them - and fans should expect more friendship than fireworks. Though young Gideon (Ben Savage) and young Rossi (Robert Dunne) are as different back then as they are now, Joe Mantegna says Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Criminal Minds Joe Mantegna Ben Savage

'Criminal Minds' fact: Ben Savage's take on a Mandy Patinkin is dead on

"Criminal Minds" fans have known this day was coming, but now the big '70s flashback episode is upon us.Thanks to guest-star Ben Savage's Instagram, viewers got a special sneak peek of the episode entitled, "Anonymous" directed by "CM's"...Show More Summary

From #EbolaBeGone to #BlackLivesMatter: Anthropology, misrecognition, and the racial politics of crisis

[Savage Minds is pleased to publish this essay by Thurka Sangaramoorthy and Adia Benton. Thurka Sangaramoorthy is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Maryland. She is the author of Treating AIDS: Politics of Difference, Paradox of Prevention (Rutgers University, 2014). Show More Summary

'Criminal Minds' Episode 10.13 Photos: Ben Savage Guest Stars as Young Gideon

Are you ready to explore the early days of the BAU? That's what's coming up in the January 28 episode of Criminal Minds, season 10, episode 13, "Nelson's Sparrow." Ben Savage guest stars as young Gideon, and Robert Dunne returns as young...Show More Summary

Adam Savage Of 'MythBusters' Says This Scientific Fact Blows His Mind

"MythBusters" host Adam Savage has learned his fair share of science in over 200 episodes of the Discovery show. But he says this one scientific fact blows his mind. Produced by Justin Gmoser Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Goodbye, Comadre

[Savage Minds is honored to publish this essay by Ruth Behar. Ruth is the Victor Haim Perera Collegiate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. She is the author of numerous articles and books including The Vulnerable...Show More Summary

Old Friend, New Contributor

Savage Minds is very happy to welcome long-time “intern” Dick Powis to the ranks of Savage Minds “contributor” (we also call them “Minds”). Dick has been doing a great job all year with the weekly roundups, and he’ll keep doing them until graduate school grinds him down, or we officially launch a search for a … Continue reading Old Friend, New Contributor ?

Ethnographers as Writers: An Introduction

[Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Kristen Ghodsee.] I am thrilled for the opportunity to write as a Savage Minds guest blogger for this first month of 2015. One of my New Year’s resolutions is to become a better writer, and I’ve spent a lot of time over the last few months pouring through style guides … Continue reading Ethnographers as Writers: An Introduction ?

Around the Web: Year in Review 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, I thought I’d take up the annual task of rounding up the best of Savage Minds and the anthroblogosphere. First, some fellow Savage Minds authors will share their favorite posts from the year. As the Around the Web curator, I’ll list the posts (from SM and elsewhere) that stood […]

The Future at Last: Unraveling the Embargo on Cuba

[Savage Minds is pleased to publish this essay by L. Kaifa Roland who is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Kaifa is the author of Cuban Color in Tourism and La Lucha: An Ethnography of Racial Meaning (OUP, 2010) “T/racing Belonging in Cuban Tourism” (Cultural Anthropology, August 2013), and “Between Belonging and the […]

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