I’ll spare you the worst of it but I will tell you that, some agonizing moments later, I was able to reach my field knife while he was momentarily distracted. With it, I finally fought him off [...] The entire ordeal probably lasted no more than a few minutes but it changed a great many things afterwards.
“Penelitian arkeologi bukan penelitian tunggal. Penelitian arkeologi harus ditunjang oleh penelitian disiplin ilmu yang terkait seperti antropologi, bahasa, seni, geografi, biologi, geologi, dan sebagainya agar hasil penelitiannya komprehensif dan bermanfaat untuk memahami khazanah perkembangan sejarah kebudayaan dan kehidupan manusia, mendorong cinta akan warisan budaya, serta memahami hubungan erat antara manusia dan alam dalam upaya preservasi alam dan warisan budaya.” – Vida Kusmartono Podcast kali … Continue reading TFS in Bahasa Indonesia: Arkeologi Praktis di Kalimantan
“If wine hasn’t been turned into a standardized beverage, there’s room for variation. There’s an appreciation for variation that has something to do with the taste of place. And there’s different vintages, if not manipulated to achieve a standard outcome, will be distinctive. You’re tasting 2009 compared to 2016. And that tells you something about … Continue reading Ep. #28 Relational Wine: Deborah Heath talks wine anthropology & living with the trouble
This first experience of a really big conference makes me want to go to smaller conferences, where it would be easier to find the people who share my own interests. But it also makes me want to engage with AAA more as an institution. Why isn’t there an interest group for anthropology communications?