What’s in Your Bag?

What’s in Your Bag?

As the summer fieldwork season winds down, Anthropology News wants to know what you take with you in the field. Whether at an archaeological
The Detroitists

The Detroitists

Alex B. Hill and Maya Stovall
Detroit ethnographers reflect on the 1967 Rebellion at its fiftieth anniversary.
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Class Politics and Romania’s “White Revolution”

Class Politics and Romania’s “White Revolution”

Adrian Deoancă
The color white embodied exclusionary middle-class aspirations to moral governance and virtuous citizenship.
America’s Most Consequential Racial Divide

America’s Most Consequential Racial Divide

Adam Hodges
Narrow understandings of racism maintain a social system where both white privilege and racial inequities remain largely invisible.
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The Voice of Hunger, Part 1

The Voice of Hunger, Part 1

Oguz Alyanak
A two part series on lives sacrificed under Turkey’s State of Emergency.
Pride in Resistance

Pride in Resistance

Ryan Thoreson
Demanding more expansive, intersectional politics at Pride parades and marches.
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Introduction to “Maintaining Refuge”

Introduction to “Maintaining Refuge”

Jayne Howell, David Haines, and Fethi Keles
The issue of maintaining refuge invokes the heart of anthropological concern about life in both its physical and meaning-laden senses.
Migrant Resilience and Refuge in the Trump Era

Migrant Resilience and Refuge in the Trump Era

Denise Brennan
As we enter a new deportation era migrant communities near and far from the border are getting organized.
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What’s in Your Bag?

What’s in Your Bag?

July 24, 2017
As the summer fieldwork season winds down, Anthropology News wants to know what you take with you in the field. Whether at an archaeological
The Detroitists

The Detroitists

Alex B. Hill and Maya Stovall
July 18, 2017
Detroit ethnographers reflect on the 1967 Rebellion at its fiftieth anniversary.
-
Class Politics and Romania’s “White Revolution”

Class Politics and Romania’s “White Revolution”

Adrian Deoancă
July 6, 2017
The color white embodied exclusionary middle-class aspirations to moral governance and virtuous citizenship.
America’s Most Consequential Racial Divide

America’s Most Consequential Racial Divide

Adam Hodges
July 3, 2017
Narrow understandings of racism maintain a social system where both white privilege and racial inequities remain largely invisible.
-
The Voice of Hunger, Part 1

The Voice of Hunger, Part 1

Oguz Alyanak
June 27, 2017
A two part series on lives sacrificed under Turkey’s State of Emergency.
Pride in Resistance

Pride in Resistance

Ryan Thoreson
June 26, 2017
Demanding more expansive, intersectional politics at Pride parades and marches.
-
Introduction to “Maintaining Refuge”

Introduction to “Maintaining Refuge”

Jayne Howell, David Haines, and Fethi Keles
June 16, 2017
The issue of maintaining refuge invokes the heart of anthropological concern about life in both its physical and meaning-laden senses.
Migrant Resilience and Refuge in the Trump Era

Migrant Resilience and Refuge in the Trump Era

Denise Brennan
June 16, 2017
As we enter a new deportation era migrant communities near and far from the border are getting organized.
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