Re-Orienting Ourselves in a Knowledge Economy: Reflections on a Victorian Era Trade Card Collection
Tradecards, material culture from the “gilded age” of industrialization, provide a medium for seeing cultural “norms” and social interactions of class, gender, race and ethnicity.
||Material Culture, Visual Communications, Social Interaction, Knowledge Economy, “Post-industrial” Societies
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, pp.55-64.
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From 2004-2006, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at Philadelphia University where I have taught such courses as "The Changing Face of America", "Diversity and Commonality in American Lives", "Class, Gender and Race" and "Evil and Good." For the past several years, I have been working on a PhD in Anthropology at Temple University on issues of culture, history and power relative to differing "communties of practice." My work is largely informed by a framework of historical perspectives, ethnography of communication and anthropology of visual communications.
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