Indigenous Survival Politics in the Promotion of a National Discourse

Indigenous Survival Politics in the Promotion of a National Discourse

Roslynn Ang
The Japanese state had tried and is still trying to depoliticize the Ainu community’s movements with a perfunctory recognition of a valorized Ainu culture to pacify them.
Rapping Blackness

Rapping Blackness

Jordan Davis
Battle rap is a black space not only because black people are a quantitative majority, but also because they are qualitatively central to the creation and functioning of blackness in this world.
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CFP: GOSSIP

CFP: GOSSIP

Psst, have you heard? We’re making a gossip issue.
Speak American

Speak American

Melanie Brown and Hilary Parsons Dick
Language policing involves much more than the actions of individuals.
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What to Call US Border Detention Centers?

What to Call US Border Detention Centers?

Adam Hodges
The controversy over the term “concentration camps” stems from the connotations it carries, setting up analogies that risk hyperbole and overlook the complexities of historical comparison.
Playing with Conspiracy Theories

Playing with Conspiracy Theories

EJ Sobo
What might viewing conspiracism as a form of play tell us about the workings of contemporary culture, our capacity for critical thinking, or how we build new understandings?
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What’s in Your Bag? 2019 Edition

What’s in Your Bag? 2019 Edition

William M. Cotter, Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, and Elisha Oliver
From Amann, Jordan, to the marine environments of the Dominican Republic, anthropologists answer the question, What’s in your bag?
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.
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Indigenous Survival Politics in the Promotion of a National Discourse

Indigenous Survival Politics in the Promotion of a National Discourse

Roslynn Ang
September 13, 2019
The Japanese state had tried and is still trying to depoliticize the Ainu community’s movements with a perfunctory recognition of a valorized Ainu culture to pacify them.
Rapping Blackness

Rapping Blackness

Jordan Davis
September 12, 2019
Battle rap is a black space not only because black people are a quantitative majority, but also because they are qualitatively central to the creation and functioning of blackness in this world.
-
CFP: GOSSIP

CFP: GOSSIP

August 27, 2019
Psst, have you heard? We’re making a gossip issue.
Speak American

Speak American

Melanie Brown and Hilary Parsons Dick
August 16, 2019
Language policing involves much more than the actions of individuals.
-
What to Call US Border Detention Centers?

What to Call US Border Detention Centers?

Adam Hodges
August 5, 2019
The controversy over the term “concentration camps” stems from the connotations it carries, setting up analogies that risk hyperbole and overlook the complexities of historical comparison.
Playing with Conspiracy Theories

Playing with Conspiracy Theories

EJ Sobo
July 31, 2019
What might viewing conspiracism as a form of play tell us about the workings of contemporary culture, our capacity for critical thinking, or how we build new understandings?
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What’s in Your Bag? 2019 Edition

What’s in Your Bag? 2019 Edition

William M. Cotter, Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, and Elisha Oliver
July 23, 2019
From Amann, Jordan, to the marine environments of the Dominican Republic, anthropologists answer the question, What’s in your bag?
Encounters with Lunar Dust

Encounters with Lunar Dust

Dana Burton
July 12, 2019
From Neil Armstrong’s footprints to future missions to Mars, contamination fears and policies lie at the heart of our cosmic explorations.
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