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USEFUL LINKS

https://business.sydney.edu.au/food-society-culture

The Australian Food, Society, and Culture Network,  established to allow researchers and policy makers located in Australia who are interested in the social and cultural aspects of food and eating to connect with each other.

https://www.aas.asn.au/

The Australian Anthropological Society, representing the profession of anthropology in Australia since 1988. 

https://www.tea-assembly.com/

The Ethnobotanical Assembly (TEA), a quarterly online magazine for research, writing, and thinking about people-plant relationships. TEA aims to bring together the growing community of people thinking and working at the interface of people and plants.

http://somatosphere.net/

Somatosphere, a collaborative website covering the intersections of medical anthropology, science and technology studies, cultural psychiatry, psychology and bioethics.

http://papuaweb.org/

PapuaWeb,  an information network for students, researchers, development workers, community leaders, government agencies and others working on issues relevant to Papua, Indonesia.

https://www.sapiens.org/

SAPIENS, a digital magazine that seeks to bring anthropology—the study of being human—to the public, to make a difference in how people see themselves and the people around them.

https://thefamiliarstrange.com/

The Familiar Strange, an anthropology social engagement project that gives the thoughts and lives of anthropologists critical and informal – exposure. 

https://anthrodendum.org/

Anthro{dendum}, a group blog devoted to ‘doing anthropology in public’ — providing well-written relevant discussion of sociocultural anthropology that everyone will find accessible. 

https://aeon.co/

Aeon, a digital magazine publishing innovative answers to world questions from leading thinkers on science, philosophy, society and the arts.

https://emergencemagazine.org/

Emergence, a quarterly online publication on the connections between ecology, culture, and spirituality.