Announcing . . . Team Anthrolactology
I have some big news. This is the last post for Biomarkers&Milk. I will continue to blog, but will no longer be blogging here. Instead, I am migrating to the blog Anthrolactology and will be team blogging (much more regularly) with the team there. Here's the announcement - cross-posted from Anthrolactology.
We’re happy to announce that Anthrolactology will resume its regularly scheduled blogging. But, it is going to be EVEN BETTER!!First, Anthrolactology (heretofore curated by Aunchalee Palmquist) and the milk blog Biomarkers & Milk (heretofore curated by EA Quinn) are MERGING. Biomarkers & Milk will no longer be updated, instead, the content and perspectives usually there will join Anthrolactology. Everything you loved about Biomarkers & Milk you will be able to find here!
Also joining us on the blogger roster is Cecilia Tomori, anthropologist and author of Nighttime Breastfeeding.
Basically, over the last year, the three of us co-edited a new book, Breastfeeding: New Anthropological Approaches (which will be COMING SOON!!!! ) and we had such a wonderful time working together, we decided we didn’t want the fun to end. Thus, the fruitful collaboration that went into that book will continue here!
We’ll begin by moving over some of the more popular posts from Biomarkers & Milk, but most importantly of all: we’ll be blogging regularly with new papers, new ideas, and new projects. COME CHECK US OUT!!!!!
Finally, I just want to thank everyone who has read Biomarkers&Milk over the last few years. I have really enjoyed writing this blog and have not always been able to give it the attention it deserves. I really believe this new joint endeavor will be an amazing new chapter for me, and I'll hope you'll still find time to read us.