Black, Feminist and Unfunded:  Advice on Fieldwork in New York City

Black, Feminist and Unfunded: Advice on Fieldwork in New York City

Christine A. Pinnock
Initially my project was about Afro-Caribbean domestics. Unfortunately I did not get funding and the summer courses I was scheduled to teach
Heritage Destruction in Cholula, Mexico

Heritage Destruction in Cholula, Mexico

Josue Gomez (U Western Australia)
Amanda Lorenzini (U Américas Puebla)
In 2014, via expropriations and without adequate permits by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), the state government
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Care Comes Home

Care Comes Home

Alison Witchard
I have spent most of the past year thinking about and engaging with anthropological literature on care and caregiving. This interest has bee
Does Early Intervention Promote Recovery?

Does Early Intervention Promote Recovery?

Sara Lewis (U Oregon)
Director of NIMH Leaves for Google to Develop New Technologies There is a growing trend among large companies in the private sector to join
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Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Veronica Miranda (U Kentucky)
Rumors, Threats and C-sections in Rural Yucatan One fall evening in 2013, sitting on a bench in front of her house, I talked with Elena abou
10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

Whitney Carter
The Yangtze River begins in the Tibetan Plateau and flows eastward into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  At 3,915 miles, the Yangtze is the
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Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Nancy Stein (Florida Atlantic U)
Exhibit Review Approach the exhibit hall of the Francois Mitterrand National Library of France (BnF) Donor’s Gallery in Paris, and the ful
Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Jennifer Curtis (U Edinburgh)
Rachel F. Giraudo (California State U, Northridge)
The 2015 Annual Meeting in Denver provided a unique opportunity for members to learn firsthand about possibilities and risks accompanying le
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Black, Feminist and Unfunded:  Advice on Fieldwork in New York City

Black, Feminist and Unfunded: Advice on Fieldwork in New York City

Christine A. Pinnock
Initially my project was about Afro-Caribbean domestics. Unfortunately I did not get funding and the summer courses I was scheduled to teach
Heritage Destruction in Cholula, Mexico

Heritage Destruction in Cholula, Mexico

Josue Gomez (U Western Australia)
Amanda Lorenzini (U Américas Puebla)
In 2014, via expropriations and without adequate permits by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), the state government
-
Care Comes Home

Care Comes Home

Alison Witchard
I have spent most of the past year thinking about and engaging with anthropological literature on care and caregiving. This interest has bee
Does Early Intervention Promote Recovery?

Does Early Intervention Promote Recovery?

Sara Lewis (U Oregon)
Director of NIMH Leaves for Google to Develop New Technologies There is a growing trend among large companies in the private sector to join
-
Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Veronica Miranda (U Kentucky)
Rumors, Threats and C-sections in Rural Yucatan One fall evening in 2013, sitting on a bench in front of her house, I talked with Elena abou
10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

Whitney Carter
The Yangtze River begins in the Tibetan Plateau and flows eastward into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  At 3,915 miles, the Yangtze is the
-
Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Nancy Stein (Florida Atlantic U)
Exhibit Review Approach the exhibit hall of the Francois Mitterrand National Library of France (BnF) Donor’s Gallery in Paris, and the ful
Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Jennifer Curtis (U Edinburgh)
Rachel F. Giraudo (California State U, Northridge)
The 2015 Annual Meeting in Denver provided a unique opportunity for members to learn firsthand about possibilities and risks accompanying le
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