Crystal Farmer

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Barack Obama visits Britain, urges it not to leave the EU amidst 'Brexit' fears

US President Barack Obama has written an impassioned appeal for Britain to remain in the European Union, saying membership had magnified the …

The Lion's Song aims to depict the loneliness of history's greatest minds

Originally created as a short title for a 2014 Ludum Dare game jam, old-timey narrative adventure game <i>The Lion’s Song</i> is now getting a full release. …

Anthropologists in Practice: An Interview with Freelance Architect Allison Hennie

<i>As part of a new series at Anthropologizing, I'll be posting some interviews with practicing anthropologists about their professions, backgrounds,</i> …

On the Social Construction of Childhood: Making Space for Babies

The planning of modern homes takes babies, children, and safety into consideration a bit more (mildly put) than did earlier architectural design. In …

3 things I’ve been thinking about, that just so happen to be in the readings for this week.

About a year ago (oddly enough, the same time I started watching <i>Bones</i>), I realized what exactly it is that anthropologists do. And then I realized, …

Articles about public access cool spaces goes behind blueprint on Dwell.com - Dwell

A new television show showcases exceptional public buildings and design.<p>It’s All About Custom From an NYC Perspective (or...<p>The Karst region in Slovenia is known for its limestone plateau, filled with picturesque caves and sinkholes.<p>A snug footprint and protected streetscape in Sydney prompt an …

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Aldous Huxley on Drugs, Democracy, and Religion

In 1958, five years after his transcendent experience induced by taking four-tenths of a gram of mescalin, <b>Aldous Huxley</b> (July, 26 1894–November 22, 1963) — legendary author of <i>Brave New World</i>, lesser-known but no less compelling writer of children’s books, modern prophet — penned an essay titled</b> …