Help Anthropologists Fight Ebola
The people of Guniea face an unprecedented ebola outbreak. Naturally, Lanfia Toure — noted African anthropologist and Ashkuff & Co. subscriber — established a mobile health clinic right in the fray.
So help Toure’s team fight the ebola outbreak at, africawrites.com/donationsv9p1.html We welcome and appreciate any size contribution, but request $70 – enough to furnish a volunteer’s decontamination equipment. Of course, smaller donations add up fast, too!
More than research.
More than disaster relief.
Your contribution fights the disaster itself.
Contribute at, africawrites.com/donationsv9p1.html
— thanks in advance, Ashkuff
“A knowledge of anthropology, and the history behind the discipline, can lead to a perspective that can be useful in any number of paths. But one doesn’t need a Ph.D. to have this knowledge. “
Lanclos, D. (2013, January 10). Phd, or not phd. Retrieved from www.ethnography.com/2010/01/phd-or-not-phd/
“You know anthropology’s dirty little secret? People just got into it, so they could use whatever the Hell methods they wanted.”
Unnamed Drunken Anthropologist & Award-Winning Author. American Anthropological Association’s 111th Annual Meeting. Nov 2012.
“The reason statistics are an integral part of the anthropology curriculum is that statistical methods allow us to approach our subject of study in a manner which lets us test hypotheses about the subject.”
Madrigal, Lorena. Statistics for Anthropology. 2nd Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 1. Print.
How to Use Anthro | Tip # C7
“Anthropologist” is a title of expertise. Don’t fear billing yourself as an anthropologist!