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most quoted re "anthropology": professors (5), Jonathan North Washington (5), Orgil (3), anonymous (2), other (2)

other categories found with "anthropology": linguistics (5), SSSR (4), gradschool (4), provincialism (3), science (3)



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[link] heard: 25 March 2013
[edit] added: 25 March 2013

"The name of this chapter is ‘Sentient Ecology’, but sadly it's not about Ents."

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[link] heard: 7 January 2013
[edit] added: 7 January 2013

Orgil: "...and I don't get as much of an Anthropology perspective from prof. Atwood and prof. Kara—my advisor, and the other great Mongolist in the—"

other student: "—world."

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[link] heard: 3 March 2012
[edit] added: 3 March 2012

"It was framed within Marxist—... I was going to say ‘theology’—which I think I'll stick with."

giving his talk at the ACES conference
mongolian, SSSR, anthropology, philosophy, academia
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[link] heard: 25 February 2011
[edit] added: 25 February 2011

"Neuron - check, Pyscho-neuron - X,.... ‘Hey, this looks like it was graded by a folklorist!’"

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[link] heard: 5 November 2010
[edit] added: 5 November 2010

"Anthropology's just racist folklore."

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[link] heard: 16 May 2008
[edit] added: 16 May 2008

(21:47:20) Sarah: I think I'd have rather went to the leper colony with my parents than be swamped by old ladies.

(21:48:33) Sarah: The leper colony is historical, therefore cool.

(21:48:40) Sarah: Old people are NOT historical, unless they have neat stories...they're just old.

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[link] heard: 15 April 2008
[edit] added: 15 April 2008

Lara: "Hm, it smells like animals in here."

anonymous: "It's all the Kyrgyz."

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[link] heard: 13 February 2008
[edit] added: 13 February 2008

(14:54:07) Michaela: in english school can refer to either a university or an elementary school--as long as it's an educational institution

(14:55:12) [me]: no, in American English

(14:55:29) Michaela: true

(14:55:39) Michaela: but really, i mean, we know who's running the show these days

(14:55:44) Michaela: i'm not ethnocentric, but come on

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[link] heard: 22 November 2007
[edit] added: 25 November 2007

"There's something about mountain people and alcohol—you know, they're not strangers."

James, during a Thanksgiving toast
people, SSSR, anthropology, humanity, kyrgyz, provincialism
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[link] heard: 10 February 2007
[edit] added: 11 February 2007

(17:44:13) Jade Solitude: Looks like something only a Linguist, Anthropologist, or Folklorist would be interested in. =þ

(17:44:49) [me]: or any other scientist ;)

in reference to new statistics features on quotes page
anthropology, science, quotes, gradschool
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[link] heard: 6 September 2006
[edit] added: 6 September 2006

22:05:17 [Jess]: guess what i learned today

22:05:26 [Jonathan]: what?

22:05:36 [Jess]: the difference between competence and performance~!!!

22:05:53 [Jonathan]: so what's the difference?

22:06:29 [Jess]: narrow-minded wanna-be scientist linguists and bullshitty humanitarian science-doesn't-exist anthropologists?

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[link] heard: 20 February 2006
[edit] added: 20 February 2006

20:58:04 [me]: *moves to Iceland*

20:58:15 [Tristan]: what, you can do that just by saying it over IM? :)

20:58:27 [me]: hey, it was a performative sentence :)

20:58:40 [Tristan]: iceland has the 7th highest GDP per capita, apparently

20:58:46 [Tristan]: performative?

20:58:52 [Tristan]: (is that a word?)

20:59:04 [me]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performative

20:59:08 [me]: wikipedia thinks so :)

21:00:20 [Tristan]: hm, interesting, so by saying "*moves to iceland*" it actually caused you to move to iceland? :)

21:01:15 [Tristan]: *moves to iceland*

21:01:20 [Tristan]: nah, didn't seem to work :(

21:01:29 [Tristan]: obviously not a perfomative in my dialect :)

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[link] heard: 4 April 2005
[edit] added: 5 April 2005

"The raw act of boy fellating man would not go down well in mainstream America. No pun intended."

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[link] heard: 14 March 2005
[edit] added: 14 March 2005

(06:23:29) Jess: i like anthropology much more for the way it thinks, rather than what it thinks about

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[link] heard: 9 March 2005
[edit] added: 11 March 2005

Jackendoff: "Somebody washed [the board] with something wrong."

McIntosh: "Well, I wanna wash it with them."

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[link] heard: 0 March 2005
[edit] added: 13 March 2005

McIntosh: "Naked mole rats—that sounds like a sitcom!"

Jackendoff: "Not `naked mall rats'?"

McIntosh: "That's pay-per-view."

Jackendoff and McIntosh
anthropology, tv, scariness
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[link] heard: 8 February 2005
[edit] added: 8 February 2005

Jonathan: "The founders of modern anthropology and modern linguistics were both secular Jews."

Vickie: "The founder of modern psychology was a secular Jew."

Jon: "The founder of Christianity was a secular Jew."

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