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Murilo Silva Jul 20
One of the best things about my is the view.
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Alexander Levin 10h
Got everything staged today! πŸ’ͺ🏽
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Society for Cultural Anthropology 16h
"The mental and physical strain of ethnographic fieldwork is at once readily acknowledged and sometimes romanticized, while at the same time we are discouraged from including these experiences in our formal writing." - Aisha Sultan
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Alice Brighty-Glover Jul 18
Controversial opinion - days are some of my favourite school days as a Geographer. It is so much more meaningful and the academic rewards/chances to embed knowledge are far greater πŸ‘Œ
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Ajay Verghese 6h
The one phrase that strikes terror in my heart: "Bas panch minute lagega."
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Erica Moretti Jul 17
You know it's field season when... your own advisor doesn't recognize you immediately when you come to work in the office wearing clean clothes and sandals πŸ™ƒΒ 
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Dr. Danny Haelewaters πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Jul 17
During in , 5 papers got accepted, I was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship from , and I received funding for a two-week research stay in Belgium this Fall.
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Bianca Luna Jul 16
Only just finished doing my 7th interview for my . can be very tiresome but super worth it each time an interviewee shares with me the interesting and unique lives they are leading. I am already learning so much from what they are telling me!
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Lynda Donaldson Jul 19
The return home from
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Abigail Thiemkey Jul 20
There is about 6 slender tailed mongooses outside my tent and IM OBSESSED
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Benjamin Larue Jul 17
I would never have thought that, one day, I'd bring sushis as lunch on the mountain. I guess there's a first for everything! Here is Yanny enjoying our veggie sushis moments before it started to rain πŸ˜‚
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Valeria Pennisi Jul 18
survey to assess the levee's structural integrity. Thanks to the to build a complex system of burrows.
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Dr. Erin Kane Jul 17
Hey friends! I'm putting together an activity for some high school students interested in fieldwork. What are some of the things you think about and organize outside of the science? (permits, flights, language, political context, vaccines, weather, where to sleep ...)
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Lisa Backhouse Jul 15
Not one to rant about sexism bt today as only woman onsite with 10men; shocked to have comments incl β€œshes too blonde and delicate to dig + no way she’ll get her hands muddy” - not the best way to speak to the assistant PI lads
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Bret Beheim 14h
A soprano recorder is the perfect musical instrument for fieldwork, I think. It's cheap, lightweight, durable and widely available. This trip, I've purchased a few more in town to play together with Tsimane' friends.
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Joseph Mosley Jul 15
done for the season, so time to shave the neck beard!
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Arik 🐍 Hartmann 🐸 21h
A spectacular Florida [Brook's] kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula floridana) from last week in the field. I broke my pencil diving for him πŸ™ƒ
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Em Lim Jul 20
β€˜Twas the night before and all through the house, all the creatures were scurrying, especially the mouse
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Kelsey Fisher Jul 20
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Dr. Catherine Hulshof Jul 20
Of all the places that I've pumped...
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