Julian Steward and My Rage Against Machinery

Ever since we read Julian Steward’s cultural ecology in Moberg a few weeks ago I have been trying to figure out if his theory is able to explain industrial state societies’ cultural adaptations to the environment or if the theory just couldn’t do it.  After a little bit of thinking on my free time (IContinue reading “Julian Steward and My Rage Against Machinery”

Shirts, People, and Anthropology

I had originally planned to do a breeching experiment having to do with disturbing the assumptions of apparel in accordance to gender, but my time schedules would not allow me adequate time to do them.  Instead what I had decided to do was similar to a breeching experiment but on a much smaller scale, inContinue reading “Shirts, People, and Anthropology”