Our engagement with #MeToo must address the structural conditions in which sexual violence thrives.
The summer fieldwork season is fast approaching, and as you pack up to head off to your field sites, AN wants to know, What’s in your bag?
With our upcoming annual anthropological gathering in San José this November, Anthropology News will focus on all things Silicon Valley.
Increased internet and cellular connectivity transforms how individuals experience hurricanes in Cuba.
In honor of recent National Awkward Moments Day, March 18, AN invited anthropologists to share their awkward, amusing, embarrassing moments and learning experiences from the field.
Waste water inspections open up questions about bureaucratic processes and interactions.
An anthropologist sets out to create a cross-culturally valid household water insecurity scale.
Artistic performance opens up questions about water rights and social justice.
In the wetlands, claims about environmental and economic change are rooted in broader assertions about livelihood and belonging.
In northern Greenland, the words people use to describe the sea ice and weather provide insight into the ongoing effects of climate change.