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Cultural Anthropology and Rituals of Exchange

I’ve just read on Savage Minds about the rebirth of the University of Chicago’s anthropology journal Exchange. Exchange is a student-run journal not unlike Text, Practice, Performance from the Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies at the University of Texas at Austin (For those of you who are not critical readers, that’s a shameless plug […]

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The Corporate Eye

I just finished a review of Elspeth Brown’s The Corporate Eye: Photography and the Rationalization of American Commercial Culture, 1884-1929 for an upcoming issue of IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology. Although I will not post that review here, I did want to share some observations about the book that didn’t make it […]

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Southern Spaces

If you are interested in Southern culture, places, and landscapes from an analytical perspective and haven’t found Southern Spaces on the web…check it out. What I like about the site more than its content is its format…Southern Spaces is an on-line, peer reviewed journal and much more…it was created out of Emory University with support […]

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