Reflecting the global challenge that lies at the center of this year’s conference theme, “Changing Climates: Struggle, Collaboration, and Justice,” and the transnational ties on which the meeting is based, the panels focus on the dynamics of mobility and reflection—on the sociocultural dynamics driving us into the future and an assessment of the trajectories that have led us to this point.
For the last decade I have been following campaigns targeting what some call “bribes” in public health care in Lithuania.
At the 2019 AAA/CASCA Annual Meeting the SACC will be offering its Five Fields Update on the power of engagement in teaching anthropology.
Domestic labor in urban Latin American life takes center stage in the film, Roma.
The Association of Senior Anthropologists presents a rich and varied program in Vancouver, with eight distinct events.
What sets apart Obama’s “Yes, we can” from most of the current Democratic candidates’ slogans?
We invite contributors to the column to pull back the curtain and share snapshots of the anthropologist at work.
A conversation about Julie McBrien’s book From Belonging to Belief: Modern Secularisms and the Construction of Religion in Kyrgyzstan (2017).
There are some things that cannot and should not be washed away—the human costs of disaster and austerity that undergird the continued colonial experience of Puerto Ricans both on the archipelago and in the diaspora.
It is our responsibility to challenge linguistic intolerance. An anthro-political linguistics demands it, acknowledging that language is always political and justice requires action.