Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Jason De León, Executive Program Chair
Resistance, Resilience, and Adaptation: Change in the Anthropological Imagination, is a timely response to our current global political moment.
Written in Blood

Written in Blood

Joan Donovan
How my research on DNA ancestry tests became fake news.
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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.
Posting at the Margins

Posting at the Margins

Brandon Hunter-Pazzara
The “memeification” of political discourse in the 2018 Mexican presidential elections.
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Transgender Latina Activism in the Current Political Moment

Transgender Latina Activism in the Current Political Moment

Andrea Bolivar
Trans Latinas have persisted and resisted despite decades, even centuries, of oppression, deadly threats of violence, and economic insecurity.
How “Fake News” Lost Its Meaning

How “Fake News” Lost Its Meaning

Adam Hodges
The dictionary definition of "fake news" belies the shifting usage of the word in actual contexts of situation since the 2016 election.
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Internet Privacy Hogwash

Internet Privacy Hogwash

Richard Wilk
What does anthropology have to say about privacy?
Starbucks, Racism, and the Anthropological Imagination

Starbucks, Racism, and the Anthropological Imagination

Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega
Capitalism is generated through moral and economic negotiations.
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Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Jason De León, Executive Program Chair
July 13, 2018
Resistance, Resilience, and Adaptation: Change in the Anthropological Imagination, is a timely response to our current global political moment.
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.
Posting at the Margins

Posting at the Margins

Brandon Hunter-Pazzara
June 29, 2018
The “memeification” of political discourse in the 2018 Mexican presidential elections.
-
Transgender Latina Activism in the Current Political Moment

Transgender Latina Activism in the Current Political Moment

Andrea Bolivar
June 13, 2018
Trans Latinas have persisted and resisted despite decades, even centuries, of oppression, deadly threats of violence, and economic insecurity.
How “Fake News” Lost Its Meaning

How “Fake News” Lost Its Meaning

Adam Hodges
June 6, 2018
The dictionary definition of "fake news" belies the shifting usage of the word in actual contexts of situation since the 2016 election.
-
Internet Privacy Hogwash

Internet Privacy Hogwash

Richard Wilk
May 30, 2018
What does anthropology have to say about privacy?
Starbucks, Racism, and the Anthropological Imagination

Starbucks, Racism, and the Anthropological Imagination

Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega
May 24, 2018
Capitalism is generated through moral and economic negotiations.
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