By Amy Santee
This post is part of the Anthropology Blogging 101 series.
I started Anthropologizing in 2011 after I finished grad school at The University of Memphis. The purpose of my blog wasn’t really defined at that time, but I knew I wanted a place to talk about all things anthropology and my evolving understanding of how to “do it in the real world.” I also knew that it would be important for me to have a blog to build my professional brand and credibility. As time passed, I began to develop a clearer idea of what I wanted the blog to be about, without limiting myself in terms of content, style or audience. In addition to being a place to reflect and a professional tool, I now also see it as a place to share ideas and start conversations.
My primary interests include user experience, technology…
View original post 1,266 more words