As we slip into the spring semester (tomorrow is my first day in the classroom) and return to pace of life on campus — commuting, parking, shaving on a regular basis — we’re all no doubt looking for that most invaluable resource… some links to click on during coffee breaks. Well fear not gentle reader! Around the Web Digest is here to collect for you all the links you might have missed from our Twitter feed @savageminds. If you’re not the tweetin’ type you can get the same stuff by liking our Facebook page. And please feel free to send me resources, current events, and blog posts you would like to share with the Savage Minds community by emailing me at email@example.com.
Now without further ado, the links!
- RT @anthroprez: @savageminds @Liebow4 sending letter and AAA statement on HTS
- Journal special issue: indigenous people, genocide in California, and the politics of the academy -Rx
- National Museum of Natural History Receives $1 Million To Increase Global Access to Endangered Languages /KF
- This #MLA14 guide has useful tips for #AAA2014 as well: by @roopikarisam /KF
- Mandela inspired generations. Help him inspire the next generation — Teach him in your next class. -Rx
- .@ofarry on the newly restored print of Edward Curtis’ In the Land of the Head Hunters: /via @myetcetera /KF
- The latest issue of Sociology has a book review symposium of Pinker’s “Better Angels of Our Nature” -Rx
- Pre-prints are the solution to the Elsevier take-downs from @ConversationEDU -Rx #openaccess
- MT: @sarahkendzior: Tenured professors are trying to get adjunct @pankisseskafka fired for her @Slate piece /KF
- Something to say, but don’t want to start your own academic blog? @mark_carrigan recommends giving Medium a try /KF
- Remembering Janet Lippman Abu-Lughod /via @kitabet /KF