Wednesday, July 30, 2008

John Jackson Jr., "Anthropology: The Softest Social Science?"

John Jackson Jr., associate professor of communication and anthropology at UPenn, had an interesting post on The Chronicle Review's blog yesterday. In his post, "Anthropology: The Softest Social Science?," Jackson expresses concern about anthropology's presence and standing in the public realm and the credibility that is all too easily ascribed to quantitative disciplines.

If you enjoy Jackson's humor and insights, visit his blog--AnthroMan--and leave a comment.


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