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The floating sidewalk of HafenCity is an example of how the port city of Hamburg is redesigning flood-prone neighborhoods in preparation for climate change. Tucked in the back left of the photo is a laundromat, whose system of glass walls can keep the interior dry even underwater. Photo courtesy Stephanie C Kane, 2008

Water and Climate Change

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Stephanie C Kane
Avi Brisman


Climate change is one key index of the environmental changes driven by cumulative, interactive patterns of human processes and structures.…More

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Association Is Not Causation

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Ryan P Harrod
Debra L Martin
Richard J Chacon


On Human Behavior, Climate Change and Violence Climate Change Leads to Violence? Recently Science highlighted an article by Hsiang and…More

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This Is What Producing Anthropology Looks Like

In the decade since I left a department with anthropology in its name, I’ve given much thought to the sort…More

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Sagas for Sustainability

After a very successful set of sessions at the AAA in Chicago, the Global Climate Change Task Force has been…More

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Situated on a hillside overlooking the outskirts of the capital city of Tbilisi is the Open Air Museum of Ethnography.…More

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To sustain a legacy of stones, those who dwell among them also need stewardship. —David Lowenthal, Possessed by the Past…More

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AN Seeks Proposals on Civil Rights

On July 2, 1964, the Civil Rights Act was enacted in the US. As we approach this 50 year milestone, we…More

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“I am 45 years old, and I often wonder how my generation will survive the impending climate crisis. What will…More

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Archaeological excavations at Reflections of Manatee, with community members and students. Photo courtesy Uzi Baram

Southwest Florida might be best known through the theming of paradise – the timeless beauty of its beaches to attract…More

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Ethnography of the Unexpected Maidan Nezlezhnosti (Independence Square), the epicenter of civil resistance and police violence in Kyiv, is located…More

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