It’s Time to Study Reparations

It’s Time to Study Reparations

By Eben Kirksey
The moment has come for a government commission on slavery and its present-day impacts; the moment has come for profound change.
Anthropology and Economics in the Public Eye

Anthropology and Economics in the Public Eye

By Elizabeth K. Briody and Marc S. Robinson
How can anthropologists approach the influence of economists?
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Articulating Anthropology’s Value to Business

Articulating Anthropology’s Value to Business

By Melissa Vogel and Adam Gamwell
Businesses want and need anthropologists. It’s time we claimed our skills and told industry leaders what our training and expertise can do for them.
AAA article

Accessibility in the Switch to Online

By Nell Koneczny
We are presented with an opportunity to make virtual spaces more accessible, which means more disabled people will be able to actively be present.
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Dear White Anthropologists, Let Not Symbolism Overshadow Substance

Dear White Anthropologists, Let Not Symbolism Overshadow Substance

By Kimberley D. McKinson
Racism permeates the academy. We will need more than performative allyship and symbolic statements condemning racism in society if we are to build a more inclusive anthropology.
Monuments to Hate

Monuments to Hate

By T. S. Harvey
We do not sit outside of the world in which we live. The current fight over the fate of Confederate monuments in US life is a direct struggle that calls for direct action by us all against racism.
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Ten Film Scenes Every Stay-At-Home Cinephile Should Know

Ten Film Scenes Every Stay-At-Home Cinephile Should Know

Ted Gideonse
Ted Gideonse is a medical anthropologist who studies the effects of public health discourses about HIV and drugs.
Imagining Rural Immunity

Imagining Rural Immunity

Thurka Sangaramoorthy and Adia Benton
Political myth-making about America’s rural “heartland” is doubly pernicious, increasing rural vulnerability to COVID-19 and ignoring the disintegration of rural health services.
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It’s Time to Study Reparations

It’s Time to Study Reparations

By Eben Kirksey
July 21, 2020
The moment has come for a government commission on slavery and its present-day impacts; the moment has come for profound change.
Anthropology and Economics in the Public Eye

Anthropology and Economics in the Public Eye

By Elizabeth K. Briody and Marc S. Robinson
July 20, 2020
How can anthropologists approach the influence of economists?
-
Articulating Anthropology’s Value to Business

Articulating Anthropology’s Value to Business

By Melissa Vogel and Adam Gamwell
July 15, 2020
Businesses want and need anthropologists. It’s time we claimed our skills and told industry leaders what our training and expertise can do for them.
AAA article

Accessibility in the Switch to Online

By Nell Koneczny
July 7, 2020
We are presented with an opportunity to make virtual spaces more accessible, which means more disabled people will be able to actively be present.
-
Dear White Anthropologists, Let Not Symbolism Overshadow Substance

Dear White Anthropologists, Let Not Symbolism Overshadow Substance

By Kimberley D. McKinson
July 2, 2020
Racism permeates the academy. We will need more than performative allyship and symbolic statements condemning racism in society if we are to build a more inclusive anthropology.
Monuments to Hate

Monuments to Hate

By T. S. Harvey
July 2, 2020
We do not sit outside of the world in which we live. The current fight over the fate of Confederate monuments in US life is a direct struggle that calls for direct action by us all against racism.
-
Ten Film Scenes Every Stay-At-Home Cinephile Should Know

Ten Film Scenes Every Stay-At-Home Cinephile Should Know

Ted Gideonse
June 19, 2020
Ted Gideonse is a medical anthropologist who studies the effects of public health discourses about HIV and drugs.
Imagining Rural Immunity

Imagining Rural Immunity

Thurka Sangaramoorthy and Adia Benton
June 19, 2020
Political myth-making about America’s rural “heartland” is doubly pernicious, increasing rural vulnerability to COVID-19 and ignoring the disintegration of rural health services.
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