Race, Racism, and Protesting Anthropology

The Editors’ Note: Volume 3, Number 3 Other pieces and downloads available at: http://www.americananthro.org/StayInformed/OAIssueTOC.aspx?ItemNumber=12958 Race has been central to the emergence and development of anthropology in the United States. Anthropologists have used a critique of racialized biological determinism—by either emphasizing cultural explanations or attempting to deconstruct the very notion of a biological basis for racial classifications—as […]

Two Views on Anthropologists and Boycotts

Note from the editor: Anthropology News shares here two essays that discuss the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction movement (BDS) as it relates to current discussions among anthropologists. As a reminder, all essays appearing in AN reflect the views of the authors; their publication does not signify endorsement by AN or the AAA. Authors are expected to verify all factual […]