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My colleague, Charley Scull, has been ‘unpacking’ weirdness for a while now, and reaching some intriguing insights about its anthropological usefulness. Most recently, he presented some of his thinking in this space at the EPIC 2019 conference. For those of you who missed it, he’s captured it below, just after his introduction to the work:

Charley: In this Pecha Kucha, I use an anthropological perspective to explore the theme of weirdness. The talk begins with an observation about weirdness while doing sustainable seafood fieldwork in Indonesia with the Future of Fish organization. It then goes on to explore the meaning of the term through philosophical and marketplace lenses and makes a case for weirdness’ value as a researcher superpower!

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Jay Hasbrouck, Ph.D., is an anthropologist and strategist committed to leading teams through exceptional product, service, and systems innovation. His experience includes over 16 years of structuring and managing nationwide and global scale initiatives that infuse innovation with awareness of cultural contexts and customer needs.

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