Monthly Archives: September 2009
Alissa Wilkinson  |  September 20, 2009  |  Cities

The director of my old graduate program at NYU is also an expert on something kind of weird: she’s an anthropologist of sanitation, and has been the anthropologist-in-residence at NYC’s Department of Sanitation for years. If that wasn’t weird enough for you, she’s interviewed in The Believer this issue. Fascinating stuff, actually—especially if you’re interested in the hidden parts of a city’s infrastructure. BLVR: You’ve … MORE »