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26
Jan
Historian wants world to know significance of 450th anniversary - St. Augustine Record
J. Michael Francis authored this 250-page official commemorative book for the 450th. Photographer Glenn Hastings provided images. Layout and editing was coordinated by the 450th Commemoration team. The book will be released in April. The cover photo ...
Source:  St. Augustine Record

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25
Jan
Tennessee Archaeology Meeting puts top finds on display - The Tennessean
Hannah Guidry, of the TRC Environmental Corporation, presents her paper on archaeology investigation at the new Nashville Sounds ballpark in the Sulphur Dell Area at the 27th Tennessee Archaeology meeting. The circle represents where artifacts are ...
Source:  The Tennessean

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25
Jan
SPUR Forum: Putting Public Life Back Into Public Space - Streetsblog San Francisco (blog)
Blending old-school ethnography with new-school technology tools, Gehl's methods of People-First Design invites for vibrant and inclusive public life and engages all citizens where they are and as part of their everyday routine. Hear Gehl's Jeff Risom ...
Source:  Streetsblog San Francisco (blog)

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25
Jan
Provocative exhibit at Nelson-Atkins museum shows evolution of modernism in ... - Kansas City Star
Emil Nolde's painting "Masks" from 1911, a truly notable work in the Nelson's collection, exemplifies the interest in ethnography typical of these artists, whom Adolf Hitler, three decades later, condemned as "degenerate." Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's 1910 ...
Source:  Atkins museum shows evolution of modernism in ...

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25
Jan
Archaeologist to discuss Civil War prisoner of war camps Sunday - The State
In the latest installment of events commemorating the 150th anniversary of the burning of Columbia during the Civil War, a local archaeologist will offer a glimpse into the prisoner of war camps he helped excavate. Chester DePratter, head of research ...
Source:  The State

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25
Jan
My Turn: The benefits of Historic Preservation tax credits - Gaston Gazette
Moreover, there are significant costs associated with historic preservation that make such projects less financially feasible in the absence of tax credits. Recent survey results, commissioned by the Greater Gaston Development Corporation, indicate ...
Source:  Gaston Gazette

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25
Jan
Without context, look back at 'father of anthropology' Franz Boas comes up short - Alaska Dispatch News
Franz Boas is widely hailed as the "Father of American Anthropology." An immigrant from Germany who first arrived on these shores in the 1880s, he rejected the prevailing belief among Western students of human cultures that there was an evolutionary ...
Source:  Alaska Dispatch News

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25
Jan
Sundance Film Review: 'Western' - Variety
Stylistically, they seem to be informed equally by the cinema verite world of the Maysles brothers, the loving ethnography of Les Blank, and the ecstatic landscapes of Terrence Malick -- a mix of influences that makes "Western" fascinating to watch ...
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25
Jan
“Old People Are Not Revolutionaries!” Labor Struggles Between Precarity and ... - Jadaliyya
I place the politics of the occupation within the long-term ethnographic fieldwork I did in Egypt since the eve of the revolution between October 2008 and August 2010 and again following the start of the revolution from August 2013 to June 2014. I add ...
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25
Jan
Sundance Film Review: It Follows - slantmagazine
David Robert Mitchell's It Follows, the latest from the John Carpenter Sensory Ethnography Lab, begins with a stunning confluence of panic-rousing stimuli. As the camera pivots slowly to the right, the soundtrack throbbing with sinister synth washes, a ...
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