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  • 3:55 am on November 24, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    [Amanda Kealey] Clifford, and Marcus & Fischer 

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  • 3:53 am on November 19, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    [Karissa Demmert] Anthropology and History- Bernard Cohn 

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  • 3:52 am on November 16, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    [Alex Rubenstein] Ethnoscience and Cognitive Anthropology 

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  • 3:50 am on November 14, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    [Calla Martin] The Feminist Critique- Sally Slocum and Eleanor Leacock 

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  • 3:49 am on November 12, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    [Sophonisba Gathman] Clifford Geertz 

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  • 11:34 am on November 4, 2004 Permalink | Reply  

    Yup, that's the shortcut to perdition. [blog entry translation] 

    Sent to: Ricardo Levins Morales, Mellon group

    Yup, that’s the shortcut to perdition. [blog entry translation] by Jungtae Roh mediamob.co.kr/rasugjuriha
    original entry in korean at mediamob.co.kr/rasugjuriha/Post/PostView.aspx?RowCount=&PKId=22621

    As my friend FunnyHat appropriately pointed out , getting your calculators out and making all sorts of predictions out of the U.S. presidential elections is quite meaningless and may even be bad for your health. What we really need to talk about at this point is about [south korean] national politics, which will influence us and to which we can exert influence. I can’t hold myself from saying this: just look at them – that’s the shortcut to perdition. A “critical support” [A] or “lesser evil” strategy is nothing but a shortcut to eternal damnation.

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