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  1. Jeremy
    November 23, 2011 @ 10:38 am

    D,

    Thank you for your work and this blog. I too, have come to the place in my career where I consider myself an Anthropologist first (eventhough I started as an archaeologist, it wasn’t until I got my PhD in Anthropology that my worldview changed).

    This past semester, I have been teaching an Intro to Anth class here at Inver Hills Community College out in Minnesota – and I have focused it on escapism, subculture, and the online environment.

    I have used Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks as my Common Book for the class and found it to be very rewarding.

    I am using your post here in my class next week on “applied anthropology” – if you have article etc. that you have done in relation to your topics – feel free to forward them on to me (with permissions to use for my class).

    Best,

    Jeremy Nienow
    Anthropology Faculty
    IHCC

  2. Jason Antrosio
    December 22, 2011 @ 5:54 pm

    Thank you for a nice, reflective post.

    Not related to current post, but wanted to let you know Cyber Anthropology is included in an attempt at comprehensive anthropology blog list and through 31 December, can vote for 10 best anthropology blogs.

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