My fieldwork takes me to Toronto each fall to observe and participate in the flurry of activity surrounding the Toronto International Film Festival. I attend many film screenings, but what I see at the festival is not just the stories … Continue reading
by Ilana Gershon For the past two years, I have been researching hiring in corporate America. One of the things I am trying to figure out is if in practice people truly value or accept all that a neoliberal self … Continue reading
by Anya Peterson Royce I have been a fan of Soid Pastrana and his work for many years. I bought my first Pastrana lithograph in 2005—a print in which an elephant appears. This is a story about elephants, social media, … Continue reading
By Susan Seizer Who are the people who go on “Disney Wonder™” cruise ships for their family summer vacation? They are mostly extroverts. The girls scream when they interact with Mickey or Pluto. Children of all ages dance when the … Continue reading
Welcome to the CaMP Anthropology blog! This blog will feature posts, discussions, and links at the intersections of communication, media, and performance. Based in the Indiana University’s Anthropology Department, we welcome submissions exploring theory, scholarship, application, and methodology in the emerging field of performance theory.
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