Posts Tagged ‘academic blogging’

Ian Bogost throws out a challenge to us (bloggers) all: How should blogs evolve? What kinds of media do we want for our thinking, writing, debating, communicating? In other words, rather than celebrating what blogs allow us to do, or lament the knee-jerk negativity they still elicit in some (notably, academic) circles, and rather than […]

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Having looked at the debate among critical geographers over blogging and social media (here, here, and here), let’s look at another, adjacent discipline: anthropology. No work necessary: Ryan Anderson’s latest post at Ethnographix does it for us. Anthropologists,  Anderson writes, have been “slow to find their way into the vastness that is the internet.” Fortunately, […]

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