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"Pitching Anthropology" Webinar - Speaker view
Natalie Muyres
35:08
100 pages in and enjoying it!
Natalie Muyres
35:23
I have to run to a meeting…thanks. Great tips
Kelly Partin
36:29
I read Sapiens all the time!
Arooj Qureshi (she/her)
36:29
Thank you, Dr. Colwell, for your time today!
Kelly Partin
36:38
And recommend to all - thank you, Dr. Colwell!
Kaitlyn Woodruff
36:59
yes
Anya Meave
53:39
Hello! I have a question for Briana - How do you use social media with your anthropology experience? Do you use it to promote findings, studies, social inquiries? Or do you study the perspectives of groups to help frame your work? (sorry if you previously explained this. I entered the meeting a few minutes ago). Thank you! :D
Kelly Partin
59:25
"vomit then refine" is my shorthand for this approach of getting it out, then cutting it down.Dr. Andy Nelson here keeps a document for 'outtakes' like Dr. Fisher is talking about.
Anya Meave
01:04:56
Thank you, Briana!! :D
Kaitlyn Woodruff
01:05:05
Do you have tips for approaching topics that vary greatly cross-culturally that can be uncomfortable for other people, like religion or understanding/dealing with death (which is of particular interest to me)?
Kaitlyn Woodruff
01:22:49
thank you so much!!
Arooj Qureshi (she/her)
01:28:55
This has been very helpful. I appreciate your time today, and I wish I could stay longer to ask more about academic writing, but I have to hop off now. Thank you, again!
Kelly Partin
01:38:48
Thanks all!