I Choose to Look Above the Prison Walls…

I Choose to Look Above the Prison Walls…

Emily Steinmetz, DaRyndA, Inza, Mel V., Naẽ, Pandora, Roxanne, Sarai,* and Forest Bright
From razor wire to emotional barriers, women serving life sentences contend with walls of all kinds—physical, rhetorical, and of their own making.
Bangkok’s New City of Walls

Bangkok’s New City of Walls

Jerome Whitington
In a city famous for its relaxed attitude to living with water, climatic disjuncture has prompted citizenship demands for ecological security.
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The Emerald Curtain

The Emerald Curtain

Fiona Murphy
Four reflections on Brexit and borders on the island of Ireland.
Europe’s Other Walls

Europe’s Other Walls

Bettina Stoetzer
The Berlin Wall has always had multiple lives. Beyond its fall lies a story of proliferating borders and exclusions.
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Walls of Expression and Dark Murals Tourism

Walls of Expression and Dark Murals Tourism

María de Miguel Molina and Jonathan Skinner
Notes on the Battle of Cable Street mural—a colorful depiction of the day anti-fascists faced down by Oswald Mosely’s Blackshirts in London’s East End.
Explosive Landscapes

Explosive Landscapes

Darcie DeAngelo and Deborah A. Jones
Walls are but the most visible parts of militarized borders.
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Walls beneath the Waves

Walls beneath the Waves

A. Michael Pappalardo
Geoarchaeological analyses in New York Harbor reveal intriguing evidence of past oceanic transgression even as we fortify our coasts for the future.
Feminist Anthropology Is Teamwork

Feminist Anthropology Is Teamwork

M. Gabriela Torres
I learned anthropology in a Quito classroom with classmates who had practiced anthropology for decades all over South America. They showed me that knowledge about culture is acquired through teamwork.
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I Choose to Look Above the Prison Walls…

I Choose to Look Above the Prison Walls…

Emily Steinmetz, DaRyndA, Inza, Mel V., Naẽ, Pandora, Roxanne, Sarai,* and Forest Bright
November 15, 2019
From razor wire to emotional barriers, women serving life sentences contend with walls of all kinds—physical, rhetorical, and of their own making.
Bangkok’s New City of Walls

Bangkok’s New City of Walls

Jerome Whitington
November 15, 2019
In a city famous for its relaxed attitude to living with water, climatic disjuncture has prompted citizenship demands for ecological security.
-
The Emerald Curtain

The Emerald Curtain

Fiona Murphy
November 15, 2019
Four reflections on Brexit and borders on the island of Ireland.
Europe’s Other Walls

Europe’s Other Walls

Bettina Stoetzer
November 15, 2019
The Berlin Wall has always had multiple lives. Beyond its fall lies a story of proliferating borders and exclusions.
-
Walls of Expression and Dark Murals Tourism

Walls of Expression and Dark Murals Tourism

María de Miguel Molina and Jonathan Skinner
November 15, 2019
Notes on the Battle of Cable Street mural—a colorful depiction of the day anti-fascists faced down by Oswald Mosely’s Blackshirts in London’s East End.
Explosive Landscapes

Explosive Landscapes

Darcie DeAngelo and Deborah A. Jones
November 15, 2019
Walls are but the most visible parts of militarized borders.
-
Walls beneath the Waves

Walls beneath the Waves

A. Michael Pappalardo
November 15, 2019
Geoarchaeological analyses in New York Harbor reveal intriguing evidence of past oceanic transgression even as we fortify our coasts for the future.
Feminist Anthropology Is Teamwork

Feminist Anthropology Is Teamwork

M. Gabriela Torres
November 7, 2019
I learned anthropology in a Quito classroom with classmates who had practiced anthropology for decades all over South America. They showed me that knowledge about culture is acquired through teamwork.
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