As Optimistic Anthropology heads into its second year, we’re trying something new. We'll be curating #GoodReads & #GoodListens from the previous month, but doing it in the pithiest way possible (by rounding up the things that we felt compelled to tweet). Some of these recommendations are about building knowledge, process and cultures for social change, others are examples of anthropology in action, explorations of cultures and how it developed, and still others are fascinating things from the adjacent possible, in order to encourage the potential and serendipity created when you notice and connect the unlikely.
Here are our nine recommendations for the first installment of #GoodReads & #GoodListens. Let us know what you think about them and share your own in the comments below or by tweeting us with the #GoodReads & #GoodListens.
Let us know what you think about these resources and share your own in the comments below or by tweeting us with the #GoodReads & #GoodListens.
Like these recommendations, but prefer to follow along in real time? I invite you to follow me on Twitter, with the caveat that you’ll also have to wade through some Tweets on the news, pop culture, travel, sports, random things that make me laugh, and messages that inspire.