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Hello, this is a blogish apparatus about theory + praxis in the social sciences and humanities in scholar.social form.

We tweet...errr...toot--many things.

The editor has a background in anthropology, philosophy, and semiotics.

We also exist still on twitter at twitter.com/IflTheory

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@bgcarlisle oh i'm so totally into star trek i just wrote a paper about discovery that just got finished revising for pubication Hiiiiiii

@IFLTheory What? Yes!

I have opinions on Star Trek too haha:

bgcarlisle.com/blog/2017/12/18

Is your paper up somewhere I can see it? I want ALL the Trek scholarship

@bgcarlisle it will be up on The Geek Anthropologist soon, I will be trying to shout into the void about it once it is out lolol :p.

@IFLTheory
I fucking love theory also. I'm a sociologist. You're awesome!

@elliottdunstan
heyia!
this course might help you get a survey: dh101.humanities.ucla.edu
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there is another good open source one floating around but i cannot find the link right this second, i will shoot it to you when i do.

for some theory sort of coming out of the various paradigms related to the umbrella i would also check out

openhumanitiespress.org/

@elliottdunstan
if it is some philosophy just coming out of the domain of digital media and humanities and so on you are interested in in addition to methodology, i also recommend ian bogost-- his twitter is great--and so is 'alien phenomenology'

@IFLTheory Hey! Studying #anthropology radicalized me far beyond what any of my teachers probably would be able to admit they were going for, but I suspect this is where they were expecting/hoping I'd go.

I glad I got into social justice stuff instead of going to grad school though. The white kids from my school who went into grad school didn't come out very intersectionally knowledgeable in a practical way so I feel like I dodged a bullet there. But anthro gave me a good start!

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