Category Archives: Anthropology

Destination Cambodia

Cambodia. Democratic Kampuchea. Khmer Rouge. Angkor Wat. For more than 30 years, Cambodia has been remembered as the country with a tragic past, or the country that comes with a UNESCO temple site which exists outside of the remembrance of

Destination Cambodia

Cambodia. Democratic Kampuchea. Khmer Rouge. Angkor Wat. For more than 30 years, Cambodia has been remembered as the country with a tragic past, or the country that comes with a UNESCO temple site which exists outside of the remembrance of

BDSM goes to college, but doesn’t enrol in Camille Paglia’s class

No longer only the province of psychiatrists and pornographers, BDSM (Bondage and Discipline/Domination and Submission/Sadomasochism) is a burgeoning subject for sexuality studies. This interest is warranted. Sadomasochism is deeply ingrained culturally, with binary-gendered character types deriving from early twentieth-century sexological

BDSM goes to college, but doesn’t enrol in Camille Paglia’s class

No longer only the province of psychiatrists and pornographers, BDSM (Bondage and Discipline/Domination and Submission/Sadomasochism) is a burgeoning subject for sexuality studies. This interest is warranted. Sadomasochism is deeply ingrained culturally, with binary-gendered character types deriving from early twentieth-century sexological

The “Chinese-ness” of Chinese food

From cheung fan to spring rolls, chow mien to Hokkien mee, Chinese Food and Foodways in Southeast Asia and Beyond explores the myriad paths and trajectories that Chinese food has taken in diaspora, and in doing so, shaped the indigenous

The “Chinese-ness” of Chinese food

From cheung fan to spring rolls, chow mien to Hokkien mee, Chinese Food and Foodways in Southeast Asia and Beyond explores the myriad paths and trajectories that Chinese food has taken in diaspora, and in doing so, shaped the indigenous