Brazil’s National Museum Fire

Brazil’s National Museum Fire

Manuel Ferreira Lima Filho
On September 2, a hot Sunday in Central Brazil, I saw the incredible images of an enormous fire rapidly consuming the National Museum of Brazil—a building that is itself protected as heritage.
AAA Resources on Ethics and Professional Responsibility

AAA Resources on Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Chad Morris and Lise Dobrin
The MPAAC Ethics Representatives work closely with the AAA Ethics Advisory Group to field member queries about ethically difficult situations.
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What Can Fossils Tell Us about Early Human Diets?

What Can Fossils Tell Us about Early Human Diets?

Briana Pobiner
We may never know the intricate details of early human diets—and sometimes, different lines of evidence can seem contradictory.
White Patriarchy Gets a Pacifier

White Patriarchy Gets a Pacifier

Jamie E. Shenton
In the era of #MeToo, we need collective liberation, not the tears and tantrums of white male entitlement.
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Raising Health Expectations for Schizophrenia Patients

Raising Health Expectations for Schizophrenia Patients

Julia Brown
People living with chronic illness and medication also manage their health in experimental and often quite ordinary ways.
Reclaiming a Broken Future for the Past

Reclaiming a Broken Future for the Past

Eric Kansa
The revolution in information and communications technologies seems much darker and more ominous now.
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The New Elite’s Battle Against Affirmative Action

The New Elite’s Battle Against Affirmative Action

Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega
The Harvard University Affirmative Action lawsuit says more about wealth than about race.
Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Marc Kissel
Fossil and archaeological evidence suggests that our ancient relatives found innovative ways to make and share meaning.
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Brazil’s National Museum Fire

Brazil’s National Museum Fire

Manuel Ferreira Lima Filho
October 19, 2018
On September 2, a hot Sunday in Central Brazil, I saw the incredible images of an enormous fire rapidly consuming the National Museum of Brazil—a building that is itself protected as heritage.
AAA Resources on Ethics and Professional Responsibility

AAA Resources on Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Chad Morris and Lise Dobrin
October 19, 2018
The MPAAC Ethics Representatives work closely with the AAA Ethics Advisory Group to field member queries about ethically difficult situations.
-
What Can Fossils Tell Us about Early Human Diets?

What Can Fossils Tell Us about Early Human Diets?

Briana Pobiner
October 17, 2018
We may never know the intricate details of early human diets—and sometimes, different lines of evidence can seem contradictory.
White Patriarchy Gets a Pacifier

White Patriarchy Gets a Pacifier

Jamie E. Shenton
October 15, 2018
In the era of #MeToo, we need collective liberation, not the tears and tantrums of white male entitlement.
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Raising Health Expectations for Schizophrenia Patients

Raising Health Expectations for Schizophrenia Patients

Julia Brown
October 12, 2018
People living with chronic illness and medication also manage their health in experimental and often quite ordinary ways.
Reclaiming a Broken Future for the Past

Reclaiming a Broken Future for the Past

Eric Kansa
October 4, 2018
The revolution in information and communications technologies seems much darker and more ominous now.
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The New Elite’s Battle Against Affirmative Action

The New Elite’s Battle Against Affirmative Action

Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega
September 24, 2018
The Harvard University Affirmative Action lawsuit says more about wealth than about race.
Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Non-Modern Humans Were More Complex—and Artistic—Than We Thought

Marc Kissel
September 18, 2018
Fossil and archaeological evidence suggests that our ancient relatives found innovative ways to make and share meaning.
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