Millennial Wedding Rituals: Nuptuals With A Social Media-Inspired Twist

I recently attending a wedding where my wife was performing a special selection of songs for the ceremony. It was a Cinderella-style event for one of her voice student's sisters and her college sweetheart husband. Ole Miss, to be exact. The only reason I know is because at some point during toast there was a … Continue reading Millennial Wedding Rituals: Nuptuals With A Social Media-Inspired Twist

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Sociology of Style on The Procreation Debate

The topic of procreation is one that , as a woman in her thirties, has been a front and center in my world the last several years.  Friends having babies, my wife feeling like, even though she would have loved to have children, that she is too old and has too many potential health risks … Continue reading Sociology of Style on The Procreation Debate

Marraige: The Ritual Accoutrements

an informative video on marriage Today my wife and I are officially legally married...at least in the state if New York and any other state that chooses to acknowledge it. When we got to the city clerk's office, not wearing anything special nor bringing any accoutrements to adorn the occasion, I suddenly felt like we … Continue reading Marraige: The Ritual Accoutrements

Anthropology and The Definition of Marraige

As an Anthropologist and Sociologist who has devoted her adult life, passion and career to the study of human culture and human organization / how we function as societies, the topics of gender and family and kinship are ones that I have studied with some rigor.  Likely more than most (save the professional scholars). This … Continue reading Anthropology and The Definition of Marraige