Hello everyone,A few fellow anthropologists have created a Slack channel to help foster community between people in the discipline. If you are interested, just go to www.anthrohangout.com and request to join.If you do not know what Slack is check out Amy Santee's description below:"Slack is a convenient way to communicate directly with folks at any time through public and private chat rooms (called "channels"), which have integrated file sharing and…See More
The SfAA podcast project is run by anthropology students. The SfAA podcasts are audio recordings of selected sessions from the Annual Meeting of the SfAA and made available, for free, on www.SfAApodcasts.netSee More
"I like the idea of having discussion stations at the TIG meeting (SfAA, March 2015, Pittsburgh). While this meeting is officially our business meeting, people attending the TIG meeting last year in Albuquerque expressed interest in having small…"
At the 2014 meeting we discussed creating an open-discussion, semi-structured TIG meeting for the 2015 SfAA Meeting. We mentioned possibly having several "discussion stations" where small groups could gather organically and discuss a particular topic. The idea being that by fostering in-person interactions surrounding pertinent topics we could further the work, deepen the conversation, and possibly build partnerships for further exploration.So this discussion post is a type of online…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
I am a master of arts in applied anthropology candidate and a master of science in psychology candidate at the University of Memphis. I am interested in design and business anthropology and community building through collaborative community events.
I currently work as a consumer anthropologist at the Southern Growth Studio in Memphis, TN. I am also an apprentice facilitator for the non-profit Memphis Innovation Bootcamp (MIB).
I am happily married to my beautiful wife, Brandi Newton. She is a local artist and we sometimes work on community art together.