This group blog looks very interesting and is included on my blog to remind me to go back here frequently. I suffer from "out-of-sight-out-of-mind" syndrome.... therefore needing constant REMINDERS.
Savage Minds | Notes and Queries in Anthropology — A Group Blog
About Savage MindsSavage Minds is a collective web log devoted to both bringing anthropology to a wider audience as well as providing an online forum for discussing the latest developments in the field. We are a group of Ph.D. students and professors teaching and studying anthropology and are excited to share it with you. You can find out more about the contributors by clicking on the ‘about’ pages on the right for each of us.
Because our membership is constantly changing, and because we also have frequent guest bloggers, please see the “authors list” at the bottom of the page for a full list of all authors past and present. We also frequently solicit one-time contributions from authors. These are posted under the account names of our full time bloggers and so don’t appear on either author list. You can see an archive of these “occasional contributors” by clicking on the archive link.
Savage Minds was founded in 2005 and has been going strong ever since. In 2006 Nature ranked Savage Minds 17th out of the 50 top science blogs across all scientific disciplines. In 2010, American Anthropologist has called Savage Minds “the central online site of the North American anthropological community” whose “value is found in the quality of the posts by the site’s central contributors, a cadre of bright, engaged, young anthropology professors.”
The title of our blog comes from Lévi-Strauss’s book Pensée Sauvage. And yes: that is a pansy on the mast head.