Reclaiming “Allahu Akbar” from Semantic Pejoration

Reclaiming “Allahu Akbar” from Semantic Pejoration

Adam Hodges
Efforts to reclaim Allāhu akbar require highlighting the phrase’s association with positive events in everyday life.
Dancing with the Spirits

Dancing with the Spirits

Alessandro Questa
In a present colored by forces of globalization and the Anthropocene, Masewal dancers reconnect with their spiritual landscape to visualize alternative futures.
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Biocommensurations

Biocommensurations

Stefan Ecks
Psychiatry is in crisis because it failed to integrate symptom classifications with biomarkers. Its future depends on finding new ways of bringing disparate insights together.
What’s in Your Bag, Anthropologists?

What’s in Your Bag, Anthropologists?

Tammy Clemons, A.J. Faas, Taylor R. Genovese, Carol Hendrickson, Alejandro Ponce De Leon, Brooke Scelza, Nancy White, Laura Zanotti, Douglas Bafford, Susan Mazur-Stommen, Claire-Marie Hefner, and Michael T. Balonek
From the Andean highlands to Appalachia, anthropologists from across the discipline open their field bags to reveal favorite pens, recording equipment, emergency granola bars, and—of course—scarves.
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Ambivalent Spaces in the (Neo)Liberal Arts

Ambivalent Spaces in the (Neo)Liberal Arts

Carrie Hough and Adam Kaul
How do we respond to the pressure to become responsibilized faculty members in today’s market-driven college context?
Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Jason De León, Executive Program Chair
Take a look at how the AAA Annual Meeting schedule is put together.
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Written in Blood

Written in Blood

Joan Donovan
How my research on DNA ancestry tests became fake news.
Senegalese Football’s Impossible Dream

Senegalese Football’s Impossible Dream

Mark Hann
After a sixteen-year absence, Senegal’s football team returned to the World Cup, but their sporting success belies the risks and uncertainties of an unequal global sports industry.
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Reclaiming “Allahu Akbar” from Semantic Pejoration

Reclaiming “Allahu Akbar” from Semantic Pejoration

Adam Hodges
August 1, 2018
Efforts to reclaim Allāhu akbar require highlighting the phrase’s association with positive events in everyday life.
Dancing with the Spirits

Dancing with the Spirits

Alessandro Questa
July 19, 2018
In a present colored by forces of globalization and the Anthropocene, Masewal dancers reconnect with their spiritual landscape to visualize alternative futures.
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Biocommensurations

Biocommensurations

Stefan Ecks
July 19, 2018
Psychiatry is in crisis because it failed to integrate symptom classifications with biomarkers. Its future depends on finding new ways of bringing disparate insights together.
What’s in Your Bag, Anthropologists?

What’s in Your Bag, Anthropologists?

Tammy Clemons, A.J. Faas, Taylor R. Genovese, Carol Hendrickson, Alejandro Ponce De Leon, Brooke Scelza, Nancy White, Laura Zanotti, Douglas Bafford, Susan Mazur-Stommen, Claire-Marie Hefner, and Michael T. Balonek
July 18, 2018
From the Andean highlands to Appalachia, anthropologists from across the discipline open their field bags to reveal favorite pens, recording equipment, emergency granola bars, and—of course—scarves.
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Ambivalent Spaces in the (Neo)Liberal Arts

Ambivalent Spaces in the (Neo)Liberal Arts

Carrie Hough and Adam Kaul
July 16, 2018
How do we respond to the pressure to become responsibilized faculty members in today’s market-driven college context?
Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Jason De León, Executive Program Chair
July 13, 2018
Take a look at how the AAA Annual Meeting schedule is put together.
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Written in Blood

Written in Blood

Joan Donovan
July 12, 2018
How my research on DNA ancestry tests became fake news.
Senegalese Football’s Impossible Dream

Senegalese Football’s Impossible Dream

Mark Hann
July 10, 2018
After a sixteen-year absence, Senegal’s football team returned to the World Cup, but their sporting success belies the risks and uncertainties of an unequal global sports industry.
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