Anthropology By the Wire
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Type of WorkInteractiveResource
DepartmentTowson University, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
Citation of Original PublicationDurington, M., & Collins, S. (2012). Anthropology by the wire. Retrieved from https://anthropologybythewire.com/
Anthropology by the Wire is a multi-media research project on urban and visual anthropology in Baltimore that is part of a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates grant at Towson University. In this project, students will be conducting research on neighborhoods in Baltimore utilizing anthropological methods through the lens of a public anthropology with a variety of digital media. A sampling of chronological data in the form of videos, photos, audio, links and text posted to this site represent the outcome and mediation of those endeavors.
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