Encounters with Lunar Dust

Encounters with Lunar Dust

Dana Burton
From Neil Armstrong’s footprints to future missions to Mars, contamination fears and policies lie at the heart of our cosmic explorations.
When Women Take Up Space Not Built for Them

When Women Take Up Space Not Built for Them

Emily de Wet
It is not enough to be intentional and intersectional in research settings. We must rework the spaces of the academy and knowledge production to better acknowledge and suit us all.
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From Mexico to the Moon

From Mexico to the Moon

Anne W. Johnson
Five stories about Mexican entanglements with outer space.
The Moon as Metaphor in Migration Research

The Moon as Metaphor in Migration Research

Elizabeth L. Krause
Chinese migrants are influential players in the Made in Italy fashion sector. They are also perceived as unfamiliar and alien, inauthentic producers of uniquely “Italian” merchandise.
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Finding Home

Finding Home

Roxanne Varzi
As Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon my mother leapt toward marriage in Tehran.
Curating <i>African Cosmos/Stellar Arts</i>

Curating African Cosmos/Stellar Arts

Christine Mullen Kreamer
From ancient stone reliefs to contemporary works of art, African artists have looked to the sun, moon, and stars for inspiration.
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Yugoslav Peasants Land Apollo 8

Yugoslav Peasants Land Apollo 8

Ivan Rajković
Is there salad on the Moon? Down on Earth, Yugoslav peasants argued the question.
What Are Anthropologists Reading, Watching, and Listening To This Summer?

What Are Anthropologists Reading, Watching, and Listening To This Summer?

Deborah Thomas, Chip Colwell, Ruth Behar, Mark Aldenderfer, and Kristina Killgrove
Anthropologists share the books, podcasts, TV series, and other media that they're excited to dive into this summer.
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Encounters with Lunar Dust

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Dana Burton
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From Neil Armstrong’s footprints to future missions to Mars, contamination fears and policies lie at the heart of our cosmic explorations.
When Women Take Up Space Not Built for Them

When Women Take Up Space Not Built for Them

Emily de Wet
July 12, 2019
It is not enough to be intentional and intersectional in research settings. We must rework the spaces of the academy and knowledge production to better acknowledge and suit us all.
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From Mexico to the Moon

From Mexico to the Moon

Anne W. Johnson
July 12, 2019
Five stories about Mexican entanglements with outer space.
The Moon as Metaphor in Migration Research

The Moon as Metaphor in Migration Research

Elizabeth L. Krause
July 12, 2019
Chinese migrants are influential players in the Made in Italy fashion sector. They are also perceived as unfamiliar and alien, inauthentic producers of uniquely “Italian” merchandise.
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Finding Home

Finding Home

Roxanne Varzi
July 11, 2019
As Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon my mother leapt toward marriage in Tehran.
Curating <i>African Cosmos/Stellar Arts</i>

Curating African Cosmos/Stellar Arts

Christine Mullen Kreamer
July 11, 2019
From ancient stone reliefs to contemporary works of art, African artists have looked to the sun, moon, and stars for inspiration.
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Yugoslav Peasants Land Apollo 8

Yugoslav Peasants Land Apollo 8

Ivan Rajković
July 11, 2019
Is there salad on the Moon? Down on Earth, Yugoslav peasants argued the question.
What Are Anthropologists Reading, Watching, and Listening To This Summer?

What Are Anthropologists Reading, Watching, and Listening To This Summer?

Deborah Thomas, Chip Colwell, Ruth Behar, Mark Aldenderfer, and Kristina Killgrove
July 2, 2019
Anthropologists share the books, podcasts, TV series, and other media that they're excited to dive into this summer.
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