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Informed Consent Statement for Readers of This Column

The benefits of reading this column may include a momentary diversion or a humorous perspective that subtly reveals a deeper truth about the anthropological enterprise.
Lynne Goldstein

Lynne Goldstein

Charlotte Hollands
Lynne Goldstein created the Campus Archaeology Program at Michigan State University to promotes public awareness of heritage and the value of archaeology.
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Speak the Names of Those Who Were Lost

Speak the Names of Those Who Were Lost

Adam Hodges
Naming can dignify, disparage or even deny one’s social standing.
Anthropology…in Theory

Anthropology…in Theory

Bernard Perley
The Lone Ranger decides to study anthropology.
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Observations on Rastafari Cosmopolitics from the Caribbean

Observations on Rastafari Cosmopolitics from the Caribbean

Shelene Gomes and Scott Timcke
Rastafari-grounded and Caribbean imaginative reinventions have long influenced the evolution of Caribbean ethnography. They could inspire a decolonial anthropology for this century.
Resisting Indigenous Erasure from Alcatraz Island to Elizabeth Warren

Resisting Indigenous Erasure from Alcatraz Island to Elizabeth Warren

Rick W. A. Smith
A critical look at anthropology and 50 years in the fight for Indigenous sovereignty (1969–2019).
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The Way We Were?

The Way We Were?

Herbert S. Lewis
The radicalism of the 1960s transformed anthropology. But ours was not the racist, exoticizing, colonial project it was imagined to be.
Upsetting the Canon

Upsetting the Canon

Mariam Durrani
Teaching anthropology offers a site for critical intervention. So what should we be reading with our students?
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Informed Consent Statement for Readers of This Column

Informed Consent Statement for Readers of This Column

April 17, 2019
The benefits of reading this column may include a momentary diversion or a humorous perspective that subtly reveals a deeper truth about the anthropological enterprise.
Lynne Goldstein

Lynne Goldstein

Charlotte Hollands
April 17, 2019
Lynne Goldstein created the Campus Archaeology Program at Michigan State University to promotes public awareness of heritage and the value of archaeology.
-
Speak the Names of Those Who Were Lost

Speak the Names of Those Who Were Lost

Adam Hodges
April 10, 2019
Naming can dignify, disparage or even deny one’s social standing.
Anthropology…in Theory

Anthropology…in Theory

Bernard Perley
April 8, 2019
The Lone Ranger decides to study anthropology.
-
Observations on Rastafari Cosmopolitics from the Caribbean

Observations on Rastafari Cosmopolitics from the Caribbean

Shelene Gomes and Scott Timcke
April 8, 2019
Rastafari-grounded and Caribbean imaginative reinventions have long influenced the evolution of Caribbean ethnography. They could inspire a decolonial anthropology for this century.
Resisting Indigenous Erasure from Alcatraz Island to Elizabeth Warren

Resisting Indigenous Erasure from Alcatraz Island to Elizabeth Warren

Rick W. A. Smith
April 8, 2019
A critical look at anthropology and 50 years in the fight for Indigenous sovereignty (1969–2019).
-
The Way We Were?

The Way We Were?

Herbert S. Lewis
April 8, 2019
The radicalism of the 1960s transformed anthropology. But ours was not the racist, exoticizing, colonial project it was imagined to be.
Upsetting the Canon

Upsetting the Canon

Mariam Durrani
April 8, 2019
Teaching anthropology offers a site for critical intervention. So what should we be reading with our students?
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