The Best of Anthropology Blogging 2008 has a submissions deadline set for this Monday, December 29th. Both people who blog about anthropology topics and readers of anthro blogs can submit entries. For more details, see the details in the language that suits you best.
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We’ve already had a great number of submissions from a diverse range of blogs. I’ve posted the list of participating blogs below. If you don’t see yours on the list, please send me a submission!
And if you did send me a submission but don’t see your blog, send me a reminder note. With Christmas, over-aggressive spam filters and the like, I want to be sure everyone gets included! Just one note – if it’s a blog in Portuguese, Greg is handling those submissions. So I haven’t included any of those in the list below.
List So Far
A Hot Cup of Joe
Dienekes’ Anthropology Blog
From the Annals of Anthroman
Grafos y Acidentes
Testimony of the Spade
Urbi & Orbi
7 thoughts on “Best of Anthro Submissions – Two Days Left”
Oh, yeah, I’ll send you my posts tomorrow, Sunday!
That’s great news, it’s wonderful to see so much participation already, and in a relatively short time. If you do this again next year, the results of this first edition will attract attention and bring in more participants, with only minor adjustments made to the announcements in the various languages.
I am really looking forward to this.
Thanks again and best wishes.
I see a lot of big names in Anthro Blogging in the list. May the best Blog win. 🙂
I thought this was a “we all get finisher’s medals” type of race? *big cheesy grin* I hope future plans include a t-shirt.
My blog is The Memory Bank: A New Commonwealth Ver 4.0
My most visited post in 2008 was:
It is a draft chapter from my book in preparation, The African Revolution. A large number of hits came from Nigeria!
This is my favourite post:
It is a summary of the book’s main argument given as a talk at a Frankfurt confere3cne on African urbanities.