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Amy Santee

Amy Santee

I'm a Design Researcher and Applied Anthropologist based in Portland, OR. My work focuses on using human-centered research methods to generate insights for strategy and design. I have a deep affinity for helping organizations shape and improve products and services through understanding people.

Francesco Bravin

Francesco Bravin

Phd student at the University of Genova (PhD school of Anthropology, Psychology and Cognitive Sciences). Master Degree in Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences at the University of Milan Bicocca. Bachelor Degree in Intercultural Communication at the University of Turin.

Sarasij Majumder

Sarasij Majumder

I am a Cultural Anthropologist. I study politics around land, land acquisition and development in West Bengal, India. Based on my ethnographic research I engage with social theories of economic development and value. My research looks at the significance of land in the moral world of the villagers.

Katherine Haas

Katherine Haas

I am a bioarchaeologist studying the relationship between diet, health, and identity in the Bronze Age. I am currently working with a skeletal collection from northern Serbia. My research combines multiple lines of evidence - physical, chemical, and micro - in reconstructing life in the past.

Michael Harkin

Michael Harkin

I am a cultural anthropologist and ethnohistorian. I specialize in indigenous peoples of North America, religious movements, landscape and environment, and theory and the history of anthropology. I teach at the University of Wyoming and edit the journal Reviews in Anthropology.

Yasir Rana

Yasir Rana

The Life of poverty continuously can never change the CULTURE

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