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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Savage Minds: new anthropology group blog

A new group blog on anthropology, Savage Minds: notes and queries in anthropology has been launched. The driving force behind setting the blog up has been Kerim Friedman who blogs at Keywords. I was also asked to participate, and I humbly accepted the invitation without being sure how productive member I can actually be. So in case Hunjangûi karûch'im seems to be updated more sparsely than before, it means I've been using my time at Savage Minds (besides writing my dissertation). From the introduction:
About Savage Minds

Savage Minds is a collective web log devoted to both bringing anthropology to a wider audience as well as providing an online forum for discussing the latest developments in the field. We are a group of Ph.D. students and professors teaching and studying anthropology and are excited to share it with you. You can find out more about the contributors by clicking on the ‘about’ pages on the right for each of us.
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<Blogger Kerim Friedman> said on 18.5.05 : 

Alex and I both finished our dissertations while blogging. If anything, I think it helped keep me from going crazy - writing can be such an isolating process. The instant feedback of blogging is a welcome relief from the slow and tedious process of writing up your dis.


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