Updates

These posts are mostly things that I come across and updates about writing and events. Always interesting (to me), usually tangential, occasionally anthropological.

If you want to leave a thought you can contact me directly.

0 Comments

["error","The user must be an administrator, editor, or moderator of the page in order to impersonate it. If the page business requires Two Factor Authentication, the user also needs to enable Two Factor Authentication."]
4 months ago

4 months ago
rai.onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Back in 2018 I participated in a debate about morality and evolution at the Association of Social Anthropologists (ASA) in Oxford. It just came out in JRAI. Yay! ... See more

6 months ago
Brain Pickings

Bloom – a touching animated short film about depression and what it takes to recover the light of being

1 year ago
Shit Academics Say

The best defense is a good offence | XKCD https://xkcd.com/1403

1 year ago
If mindfulness is the answer, what is the question? | SOAS University of London

Back in December I gave a talk at SOAS - a short drive through introduction to the genealogy of British interest in mindfulness.

"If mindfulness is the answer, what is the question?" was given by Dr Joanna Cook, UCL (Presentation with Q&A) as part of the Round Table "Mindfulness in Pub...

1 year ago
Artist Illustrates His Battle With Depression as a Mystical World of Spirit Animals

“It’s a story of a man descending into darkness and chaos in search of himself.”

1 year ago
Manchester University Press - Detachment

Out now in paperback. Woo hoo!

Detachment - Browse and buy the Paperback edition of Detachment by Thomas Yarrow

1 year ago
A two-year-old's solution to the trolley problem

The trolley problem redeux

I'm teaching a moral psychology class this semester, and we spent part of the first day discussing the trolley problem, which is a frequently used ethical di...

2 years ago
Paying attention to attention by Joanna Cook « Anthropology of this Century

May I have your attention?

In 2016, Andrew Sullivan, a conservative commentator and pioneer of the political blog, walked into a meditation centre and surrendered his smartphone. Explaining why he purposefully severed himself ... See more

« 1 of 2 »