How to Write an Anthropology Paper: A Basic Guide

For those who have never taken an anthropology course before, diving into the writing and analysis style of anthropology, especially at a higher level, can be challenging! So I decided to share my guide to anthropology writing on this blog, in order to help any potential anthropology students out there with their university writing assignments.

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Everyday Anthropology: Environmental Justice

Environmental justice centers around the belief that all people have a right to a healthy living environment and fair treatment through environmental laws and regulations. In addition, environmental justice persists because of the existence of environmental injustices—ways that environmental issues such as pollution and natural disasters disproportionately affect vulnerable and disadvantaged people. … More Everyday Anthropology: Environmental Justice

Book Discussion: The Invitation Only Zone by Robert S. Boynton

When I first opened this book, I was expecting an account of the abductions conducted by North Korea since the 1970s. I was not expecting to learn how the Japanese imperialist government used ideas of race and anthropology to promote colonialism. But I’m glad that I did. … More Book Discussion: The Invitation Only Zone by Robert S. Boynton

How to Write an Anthropology Paper: An Infographic

I decided to condense my original anthropology writing guide into a handy infographic for quick reference. I created this graphic using the website Canva, which I love. I’m no graphic designer, but I had fun making it. Enjoy!       Feel free to share this post but please do not publish this infographic elsewhere … More How to Write an Anthropology Paper: An Infographic