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Three Challenges for Applied Anthropology in Europe

In recent decades, European anthropology has rapidly advanced in academic and scientific fields. The pace of transferring anthropological knowledge to…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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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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Anthropological Views “We are all in the same frail boat.” — Gerald D. Berreman On March 23, 2010, US President…More

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Lessons on the Anthropology of Violence from Shamans

Lessons on the Anthropology of Violence from Shamans

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Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer


Shamans have made unexpected comebacks throughout Native Siberia, and Native North America, in times of crisis that have stimulated nick-of-time…More

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World Anthropologies and Transnational Collaborations

World Anthropologies and Transnational Collaborations

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Susana Narotzky
Monica Heller
Bela Feldman-Bianco


Lessons from the Virtual Seminar on Language and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge Since the AAA annual meeting in Montreal…More

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#1 Impact Factor in Anthropology

#1 Impact Factor in Anthropology

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Marc Edelman


The Journal of Peasant Studies It might come as a surprise to Anthropology News readers that in 2011 and 2012…More

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From Sweden to China

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Sarah Strauss


Climate Change and Consumer Societies A bit of news from the Task Force to get us started—those of you who…More

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“Ukraine is Europe!” chant demonstrators who have gathered by the tens of thousands on Independence Square in Kyiv. Since November…More

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Photo courtesy Gould, Sarah Title: Bandit Spirit (Tromba Jiriky) Caption: Mahajanga, July 28, 2012 A young boy is possessed by a bandit spirit (Tromba jiriky), guarding the Sakalava shrine in Mahajanga.

AAA congratulates 2013 Photo Contest Winners in the People category: Stephanie Borios, Dawn Burns, MaryBeth Chrostowsky, Richard Freeman, Matthew M Gervais,…More

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