Ethnography.com, a blog about anthropological fieldwork, has published by article once. Now they have kindly agreed to publish my ironic take on academic writing. Take a look!
Since summer 2013 the website of Atgimimas weekly, where I worked from 2005 to 2011, is down. For this reason many of the links do not work. I will look for possibilities to retrieve my articles from the archives of the weekly.
I am an active reporter and blogger for Cafe Babel, a multilingual European youth online magazine, since 2008. My profile with all articles and blog entries is here. You can follow my work on Twitter and Facebook. I was the leader of Babel Lietuva, Cafe Babel’s Lithuanian branch, from 2011 to 2012. In 2010 and 2011 we hosted teams of …
[Entries from 2008 are imported from another blog] http://www.jstor.org/stable/3649658 Cool article, the only problem is that the interpretation of Bourdieu is far more developed than the analysis of the EU.
[Entries from 2008 are imported from another blog] I’m starting my academic blog with my MA thesis fieldwork in Brussels on knowledge-making about China. In case you might be interested, I found this article on elite interviewing quite useful: http://www.jstor.org/stable/419807 It’s not even Anthropology, rather Political Science, and not very new, but I found it useful.