June

On Reducing the Ecological Footprint of Archaeological Fieldwork

Archaeological excavation is destructive. Almost everyone knows that.  We try to mitigate that destruction by careful recording and returning the…More

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Islamic Education and the Howzevi (Seminarian) Women from Pirouzi-Tehran

Unlike the high rises and wide streets in north Tehran, the alleys in Pirouzi usually only accommodated one car squeezed…More

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Hezbullies in Syria

Hezbullies in Syria

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Daniel Martin Varisco


The bullet and bomb-blast battle of the bullies is raging in Syria.  The biggest bully is Bashar al-Asad, son of…More

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Expanding Western Definitions of Shamanism

A Conversation with Stephan Beyer, Stanley Krippner and Hillary S Webb Introduction In this conversation, researcher-authors Stephan Beyer, Stanley Krippner…More

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Recent Discussions of Ethical Issues in Field Primatology

Recent Discussions of Ethical Issues in Field Primatology

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Katherine C MacKinnon
Erin P Riley


Introduction In general, primatologists adhere to a set of principles outlined in resolutions and policy statements on the ethical treatment…More

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Visualizing Global Connections

Teaching Transnational Migration, Belonging and Power with Google Maps One of the challenges I have found in teaching topics like…More

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Annals Editor Search

Annals of Anthropological Practice: An Exciting Opportunity NAPA seeks an editor or co-editors for the Annals of Anthropological Practice (AAP;…More

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Making Membership Count

Forging Opportunities NAPA membership has the ability to be infinitely more than a line on a resume or CV. It…More

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Reflections on Sectarianism in Syria

Reflections on Sectarianism in Syria

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Christa Salamandra


Contributing Editor’s note: This piece was originally published in the print version of Anthropology News in November 2012. Relentless in…More

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Proposals on Public and Private Due July 16

Anthropologists often have to strike a delicate balance between transparency and confidentiality in the pursuit of methodologically sound and ethical…More

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