My book on BVI social history, entitled "Slavery, Smallholding and Tourism: Social Transformations in the British Virgin Islands", released two weeks ago in eBook format for Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and Apple iBook/iTunes readers, is now also available online from Amazon and Barnes & Noble in both paperback and hardcover print editions.
Slavery, Smallholding and Tourism is a study in the political economy of development of the British…
Added by Michael O'Neal on March 13, 2012 at 10:33pm — No Comments
http://thesuperorganic.blogspot.com/2012/01/what-business-needs-to-know-from.html ). But there is a complementary side to the question. "What does the applied ethnographer need to know about business?" I feel that it is more important, or at least equally important, to address this problem from the anthropologist/ethnographer perspective. In particular, the status/role that the applied ethnographer is required to occupy and play in the business context. That is the…Continue
Added by Barry R. Bainton on March 8, 2012 at 12:47pm — No Comments
This is an excerpt of a paper I have in review, so don't steal it. Thought it might be discussion-worthy.
"Even if “archaic” hominids didn’t have archaeologically visible “art” as we conceive of
it they had bipedalism and fire and so a capacity to vacate and/or to reorder their natural
surroundings in ways unavailable to most other organisms. This essay explores some
Added by Jason Randall Thompson on March 1, 2012 at 12:41pm — No Comments