Polish Anthropologist against Discrimination

The Polish Constitution extends western-style democratic rights to citizens, immigrants, refugees, and minorities. Even in the case of martial law, “Limitation of the freedoms and rights of persons and citizens only by reason of race, gender, language, faith or lack of it, social origin, ancestry or property shall be prohibited” (article 233, §1). These principles […]

Déjà Lu: A Journal of Global Anthropological Reprints

The American anthropological world over the past few decades has become increasingly aware  that anthropology is not just a Western but a global discipline. But the structure of this global discipline remains asymmetrical—while many anthropologists from elsewhere in the world are well aware of theoretical and ethnographic developments in anthropology in the United States and […]