Dana McLachlin is a PhD student in anthropology at Duke University, with research interests in digital labor platforms, gender, and the gig economy in urban Bangladesh.
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This syllabus archive brings together a range of syllabi concerned with race and anthropology, with a particular focus on Blackness. Blackness is fundamental to... More
In this conversation, Anne Allison, Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Duke University and Society for Cultural Anthropology past president, reflects on the ... More
What can a text about anti-colonial science teach us about teaching anthropology? We started thinking together in early 2022 about how Max Liboiron’s book Poll... More
Donna Haraway (2016, 1) argues that in times of devastating inequality, violence, and climate change our “task is to make kin in lines of inventive connection a... More
I nearly failed my first assignment in a pedagogy course. We were asked to provide written comments on a student’s first-year essay. I extensively marked up the... More