"Sadly I joined too late to catch the hangout, but the subject matter is of intense interest. New trends inside business, such as Responsible Management, seem to be far more in alignment with the social science social justice main stream because it…"
"Geez, Richard, no comments in seven years, I guess this is not where it is happening, brother. And Jeanne's picture, that would be mine (above). I have gone on to Africa, and living in LA. let me know something more…"
Greetings, I am just to your south in San Pedro, by the port, and teach at a little University there, as well as working on a massive community development project in the Congo. The idea is to help villages redesign their relations…"
"M'bote y'all, I am an applied anthropologist with over 30 years of community development in Latin America and now Africa - working to channel resources from REDD+ carbon offsets to poor remote rainforest villages in the DRC (12.1 mil ha.,…"
The Grassroots Development Topical Interest Group (GDTIG) provides opportunities for practitioners to share experiences, insights, strategies and resources important to our work with often marginalized communities, individuals and groups. The GDTIG meets annually at the SfAA conference and participates by presenting papers, and holding open discussions. This year, we have joined the SfAA Community Network to keep our dialogue going, and invite you to join if you have similar interests in…See More
The TIG on Business Anthropology is a network of practitioners and academics interested in getting to know each other, sharing work experiences and scholarly resources, and advancing research on consumer behavior, organizational culture and change, and design anthropologySee More
Professor, Global Studies at small Catholic University in port of LA (San Pedro) and also part of hybrid start-up working in DR Congo with large scale forest carbon offset program, as firm anthropologist. Background in Latin America, Africa, focused on displacement and community development, identity.