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- 23 May 2023,
- The question of where numbers come from is perhaps one of the last great mysteries of our time. Today, numbers are seemingly everywhere, and yet, they are nowhere The post An archaeological approach to … numbers??! first appeared on Fifteen Eighty Four | Cambridge University Press....
- 31 March 2023,
- What does an anthropology of the senses entail? What part do the senses play in everyday life in Asia across a variety of historical and contemporary contexts The post Crafting Sensory Anthropology In/Of Asia first appeared on Fifteen Eighty Four | Cambridge University Press....
- 21 March 2023,
- The return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan in August 2021 shed a renewed spotlight on the fate of the country’s ethno-religious minorities. In September The post ‘More than just a national treasure’: Afghanistan’s non-Muslim communities in the diaspora first appeared on Fifteen Eighty Four | Cambridge University Press....