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Exploring Evidence This Anthro Life is opening the conversation with EPIC (the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Community) on the theme of Evidence. Taking center stage at this year’s Annual EPIC Continue readingEPIC Evidence: with Dawn Nafus and Tye Rattenbury
We’ve partnered with the March for Science to help raise awareness and support for the movement. Help us help them through a donation to MFS or TAL or grab someContinue readingThe Awe is Shared: Evolution and Public Science with Andrea Eller
When TAL first interviewed Hamilton Morris, it was shortly after he and his production team had finished season 1 of Hamilton’s Pharmacopoeia. Now, Morris has completed two seasons of hisContinue readingIts Only an Evil Cactus if Donkeys Chase You: Ethics and Psychedelics with Hamilton Morris
Dr. Tricia Wang sees her work consulting as sitting at the crossroads of data and social justice. As a global tech ethnographer, Dr. Wang is obsessed with how technology andContinue readingConsulting, Big Data and Social Justice w/ Dr. Tricia Wang