CFP: What’s In Your Bag, Anthropologists? 2019 Edition

CFP: What’s In Your Bag, Anthropologists? 2019 Edition

The summer fieldwork season is already in full swing, and as you pack up to head off to your fieldsites, AN wants to know, What’s in your bag?
Work for a Life

Work for a Life

Mythri Jegathesan and Maya Kaneko
How can learning from worker struggles and solidarity movements in anthropology make their work more ethical?
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Refusal as Care

Refusal as Care

Ashanté Reese
How does taking care and refusal as ethnographic imperatives shift our definitions of and engagements with “the field” and “fieldwork”?
Practicing Heritage Means Life or Death in Rwanda

Practicing Heritage Means Life or Death in Rwanda

Annalisa Bolin
Community engagement and participation in heritage have become buzzwords for heritage scholarship.
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How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

Essential instructions for decluttering your writing and folding Foucault's turtleneck sweater.
The Figueroa Flock

The Figueroa Flock

Emily Leshner and Ben Boteler
In Queens, a pigeon is one of the multispecies family.
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South America’s Golden Fleece

South America’s Golden Fleece

Penelope Dransart
In the Andes, a fine fleece is highly prized. Yet, scientists’ understandings of genetic variation and classification diverge sharply with local herders’ relations with their herds.
Performing Penguin Care

Performing Penguin Care

Matthew Battles
In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia.
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CFP: What’s In Your Bag, Anthropologists? 2019 Edition

CFP: What’s In Your Bag, Anthropologists? 2019 Edition

June 20, 2019
The summer fieldwork season is already in full swing, and as you pack up to head off to your fieldsites, AN wants to know, What’s in your bag?
Work for a Life

Work for a Life

Mythri Jegathesan and Maya Kaneko
June 12, 2019
How can learning from worker struggles and solidarity movements in anthropology make their work more ethical?
-
Refusal as Care

Refusal as Care

Ashanté Reese
June 4, 2019
How does taking care and refusal as ethnographic imperatives shift our definitions of and engagements with “the field” and “fieldwork”?
Practicing Heritage Means Life or Death in Rwanda

Practicing Heritage Means Life or Death in Rwanda

Annalisa Bolin
May 30, 2019
Community engagement and participation in heritage have become buzzwords for heritage scholarship.
-
How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

May 20, 2019
Essential instructions for decluttering your writing and folding Foucault's turtleneck sweater.
The Figueroa Flock

The Figueroa Flock

Emily Leshner and Ben Boteler
May 16, 2019
In Queens, a pigeon is one of the multispecies family.
-
South America’s Golden Fleece

South America’s Golden Fleece

Penelope Dransart
May 16, 2019
In the Andes, a fine fleece is highly prized. Yet, scientists’ understandings of genetic variation and classification diverge sharply with local herders’ relations with their herds.
Performing Penguin Care

Performing Penguin Care

Matthew Battles
May 16, 2019
In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia.
-