Neuroanthropology – 2011 Highlights

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The last year was a really good one for us here at Neuroanthropology – our first full year as part of PLoS Blogs, a lot of great writing, and a vivid sense that anthropology online is really developing into a robust arena.

Here is a quick run-down of the most read 2011 posts by Greg and by Daniel, as well as a selection of other notable posts. Enjoy, and I hope 2012 is off to a great start for all of you.

Greg – Top Five

‘The last free people on the planet’

Human (amphibious model): Living in and on the water

David Graeber: Anthropologist, anarchist, financial analyst

Slipping into psychosis: Living in the prodrome

Getting around by sound: Human echolocation

Daniel – Top Five

Florida Governor: Anthropology Not Needed Here

John Shea, Human Evolution, and Behavioral Variability – Not Behavioral Modernity

Jared Lee Loughner – Is Mental Illness the Explanation for What He Did?

Francis Fukuyama – The Origins of Political Order

Jared Loughner Has a Violence Problem, Not a Mental Health Problem

Notable Posts

Why We Protest

Blogging for promotion: An immodest proposal

Brand anthropology: New and improved, with extra diversity!

A Vision of Anthropology Today – and Tomorrow

Digital Anthropology: Projects and Platforms

Beyond the Drug War: Drug Policy, Social Interventions, and the Future

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