Online University Reviews, a site that tries to sort out which online universities are right for a candidate, has posted a list of its ‘Top 100 Mental Health and Psychology Blogs.’ If it’s a device to get people to visit their site, it worked for me.
There’s lots of old friends and frequent destinations in the list, as well as a few I had never heard of, but Neuroanthropology got picked. We’re glad to be included with some fine company and willing to put up a link (for whatever it’s worth to Open University Reviews).
Thanks to Kelly for passing along the notice.
Trained as a cultural anthropologist at the University of Chicago, I have gone on to do fieldwork in Brazil and the United States. I have written one book, Learning Capoeira: Lessons in Cunning from an Afro-Brazilian Art (Oxford, 2005). I have also co-authored and co-edited several, including, with Dr. Daniel Lende, The Encultured Brain: An Introduction to Neuroanthropology (MIT, 2012), and with Dr. Melissa Fisher, Frontiers of Capital: Ethnographic Reflections on the New Economy (Duke, 2006).
My research interests include neuroanthropology, psychological anthropology, sport, dance, human rights, neuroscience, phenomenology, economic anthropology, and just about anything else that catches my attention.
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