Various short-lived organizations of anthropologists had already been formed.
Williams Anthrodendum welcomes guest blogger Bianca C. Sunday night, October 15, I watched women across my social media timeline bravely and vulnerably share their stories of sexual assault and sexual harassment as part of the collective conversation tagged MeToo.
I contributed my own MeToo post after reading the initial three shares by friends, writing that I did not think I knew a woman who had not experienced some form of sexualized violence. Within two hours, hundreds of my friends, colleagues, and former students had added their voices to the orchestra of rage, sadness, disappointment, indignation, frustration, and stoic resolve accompanying MeToo.
I experienced it like it was an atmosphere-piercing, discursive crescendo. I knew the boundless reach of sexualized violence, and yet seeing its pervasiveness in the most-heartbreaking narratives of those in my communities made it more real.
However, it was the silence from the majority that made me livid. I went to sleep. And then I woke in the middle of the night in a fright, uncomfortable with my post so clearly being visible online. Initially, I posted my MeToo in solidarity with my sistas and sibs who wanted to share their stories, and to support those in community who were hesitant because they thought they were the only ones.
I took my post down, giving myself permission to be unsure and unresolved. I attempt to practice radical honesty in discussions, writing, and teaching, believing that narrative as truth-telling is a form of resistance.Anthropology is the study of humans and human behavior and societies in the past and present.
Social anthropology and cultural anthropology study the norms and values of societies. Linguistic anthropology studies how language affects social life.
Biological or physical anthropology studies the biological development of humans.. Archaeology, which studies past human cultures through.
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