Vikings, Citizen Science, and Being Wary of Media

Vikings, Citizen Science, and Being Wary of Media

Bob Muckle
There are only two things of archaeological interest my friend Ralph has brought up in our daily carpool commute so far this year. The first
Thinking about Refugee Integration in Berlin

Thinking about Refugee Integration in Berlin

Inga Treitler
Anthropology has had a long and productive conversation around ethics, and the nature of our involvement in the communities we study. In 201
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Peer Review and Academic Citizenship: A Call to Our Colleagues

Peer Review and Academic Citizenship: A Call to Our Colleagues

Roy R. Grinker (Editor-in-Chief, Anthropological Quarterly)
Niko Besnier (Editor-in-Chief, American Ethnologist)
Most of us who earned our degrees before the advent of email remember the thrill of being asked to write our first peer review. We both reme
Fish Kills and Protests on the Islands of Chiloé

Fish Kills and Protests on the Islands of Chiloé

Anton Daughters (Truman State U)
  Southern Chile’s Archipelago of Chiloé is a region best known for its mythology, historic churches, and communitarian labor practi
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Unsettling Gender Normativities through Dance and Music

Unsettling Gender Normativities through Dance and Music

Iklim Goksel
The annual Istanbul LGBT Pride Week will kick off at the end of June in Turkey. For the 24th consecutive year, the event will incorporate t
The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes . . . and a Canal

The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes . . . and a Canal

Carter Hunt (Penn State U)
Michael Petriello (Texas A&M U)
Anthropology and Nicaragua’s Interoceanic Canal The cab driver sized me (M. Petriello) up, “¿A dónde nos vamos?” (Where are we going
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The Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal and Heritage Protection

The Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal and Heritage Protection

Mirjana Roksandic (U Winnipeg)
Why consultations with Indigenous communities matter The construction of the Nicaragua Interoceanic Grand Canal has garnered only a sporadic
An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist and Responses

An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist and Responses

An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist Nadia Abu El-Haj Susan Slyomovics The recent issue of the American Anthropologist included a s
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Vikings, Citizen Science, and Being Wary of Media

Vikings, Citizen Science, and Being Wary of Media

Bob Muckle
There are only two things of archaeological interest my friend Ralph has brought up in our daily carpool commute so far this year. The first
Thinking about Refugee Integration in Berlin

Thinking about Refugee Integration in Berlin

Inga Treitler
Anthropology has had a long and productive conversation around ethics, and the nature of our involvement in the communities we study. In 201
-
Peer Review and Academic Citizenship: A Call to Our Colleagues

Peer Review and Academic Citizenship: A Call to Our Colleagues

Roy R. Grinker (Editor-in-Chief, Anthropological Quarterly)
Niko Besnier (Editor-in-Chief, American Ethnologist)
Most of us who earned our degrees before the advent of email remember the thrill of being asked to write our first peer review. We both reme
Fish Kills and Protests on the Islands of Chiloé

Fish Kills and Protests on the Islands of Chiloé

Anton Daughters (Truman State U)
  Southern Chile’s Archipelago of Chiloé is a region best known for its mythology, historic churches, and communitarian labor practi
-
Unsettling Gender Normativities through Dance and Music

Unsettling Gender Normativities through Dance and Music

Iklim Goksel
The annual Istanbul LGBT Pride Week will kick off at the end of June in Turkey. For the 24th consecutive year, the event will incorporate t
The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes . . . and a Canal

The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes . . . and a Canal

Carter Hunt (Penn State U)
Michael Petriello (Texas A&M U)
Anthropology and Nicaragua’s Interoceanic Canal The cab driver sized me (M. Petriello) up, “¿A dónde nos vamos?” (Where are we going
-
The Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal and Heritage Protection

The Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal and Heritage Protection

Mirjana Roksandic (U Winnipeg)
Why consultations with Indigenous communities matter The construction of the Nicaragua Interoceanic Grand Canal has garnered only a sporadic
An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist and Responses

An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist and Responses

An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist Nadia Abu El-Haj Susan Slyomovics The recent issue of the American Anthropologist included a s
-