10*Project

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Having studied anthropology for almost 4 years, I am currently moving into research. One problem I find is meaningfully communicating the complexity and beauty of the world that I have discovered through anthropology,… Continue reading

Man & Food Diary

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This is a blog of a mini research project in Social Anthropology at the University of Kent. The idea of the project is to flex your methodological skills at dealing with the human… Continue reading

North Cyprus Young Explorers

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An eco/ethno exploration of the beauty of North Cyprus for teenagers to discover how an ecosystem -people included- is interconnected. Conducted in Summer 2013. See here for videos, photos and more details: http://northcyprusyoungexplorers.wordpress.com/

Tbilisi, Let the Kids Click

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Crowd-funded and Organised Photography Exhibition by Children on the Streets. Click here to view

Odds and Ends

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Stuff I have been reading related to research

Fishing for Possibilities in North Cyprus

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Diverse plurality of biodiversity as biodiverse-scapes. Biodiversity #2

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“biodiversity is quantitative without necessarily being quantifiable. As an object of study biodiversity is a bit like an iceberg – most of it is hidden from view…”

Canterbury Tiles: an epic in colour patches

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So I have been reading the ‘evidence documents‘ to which Canterbury County Council refer in making local planning policy. I never realised how enthralling it could be. As I study these cultural artefacts… Continue reading

UN ecosystem services: visually deconstructed

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Getting a grip on a mysterious species; Biodiversity #1

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So… I am just reading this article ‘The Invention of Biodiversity: Social Perspectives on the Management of Biological Variety in Africa, by Jane Guyer and Paul Richards’ which turns out to be an introduction to a number of… Continue reading

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