Monday, May 7, 2012

Anthropologies: Back Online in Fall 2012

Thanks for your interest in the anthropologies project.  Due to the logistics of fieldwork (and a lack of internet access), the project is currently on hold.  We will resume with new issues starting in September 2012.  In the meantime, please check out our archives here.

If you are interested in taking part in a future issue, submitting an essay, or have ideas for upcoming themes, please email us at:

Thanks, and see you around these parts next Fall!



Anonymous said...

Anthropologies People, congratulations on your achievements, thanks for your work and best wishes for your future. A hopefully positive criticisms: You say you will be back in fall, as a non-North American English speaker, I have to translate that into "Autumn". That is of course part of normal cross-dialect English reading. But I am also from the Southern Hemisphere (hemisphere = one half of the world), where, as you may or may not know, the seasons occur at opposite times of the year. So to say Fall requires 2 translations, "Autumn" and "September to November not March to April". I am also a researcher involved in Australian Aboriginal culture, Botany and the tropics. Europocentric concepts as "the 4 seasons" are not helpful when considering these areas of study

Ryan Anderson said...

Hi anon, looks like your comment got caught up in the spam filter. Apologies for that. Thanks for the input. Yes, we will be back in Fall/Autumn, by which we mean September 2012 (as it says above). Sorry for the confusion. See you around.


Russ said...

I look forward to your return!