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What do a dancing Chicken McNugget, Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk, and Jane Goodall have in common?
How an Instagram-based gossip franchise allows celebrities to manage the authenticity of their public personae.
At Ghana’s Kumasi Central Market gossip is more than idle talk. It helps traders mitigate economic risk and boost professional reputations.
Tea sipping has a distinctly queer pedigree. To serve tea properly, one must be skilled in the art of verbal delivery.
Gossip and rumor are important informal modes of communication, influencing public opinion and individual actions. But, the distinction between information and falsehood can be difficult to see.
For international aid workers, gossip is a means of navigating a complex industry and acquiring essential information.
Trump’s Twitter intimidation may have been politically expedient bluster. But, it threatened our collective cultural legacy, regional stability, and scientific inquiry.
To coincide with ART Basel this June, Anthropology News is exploring its creative side. What can anthropology tell us about art and the people who make it? How can art and art practice challenge anthropology? What can art tell us about being human and the human imagination?
Another year almost done! Sit back, relax, and read some of the most-clicked articles on the website in 2019.