I checked out the ABTW website while i was studying. I went through some of my old blogs that I posted on Tumblr. It brings back wonderful memories of the summer of 2013. Meeting new people and gaining new experiences that will aid me later on in life. Again I am grateful to this internship for the money, for helping me get my life back on track, and for the experiences, meeting new people, and learning more about anthropology.
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Today was the presentation of our videos at Anthropology By The Wire. It was great to see Dr. Durington and Dr. Collins again. The video that Libby and I did turned out very well. It was a wonderful experience to have family and friends see some of the work that I have done over the past summer….
Where I live in East Baltimore, everything looks like “The Wire” and nobody cares what a “selfie” is
An incredible piece on life in East Baltimore from Coppin State faculty member and artist D. Watkins
Fascinating photography project from Ben Marcin on solitary row homes…some in the same neighborhoods where Anthropology by the Wire conducts research.