October

More New Books in Feminist Anthropology

Following up on our spring review of new books in feminist anthropology, we are pleased to offer another round of…More

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Tweeting the Hell Train

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Samuel Gerald Collins


Moving Across Scale and Platform in Seoul Walker, Rider, Smartphone Talker In Ryu Shin’s 2014 Seoul Arcade Project, the author, in…More

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Anthropology and Climate Change

Climate Change Denial: The Organized Creation and Emotional Embrace of Unsupported Science Claims The August 13, 2014 issue of Arctic…More

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Protesting against tearing down the school building. Photo Courtesy by IAEC (María Eva)

Some people are stigmatized as excluded, marginalized, the poor, extreme poor people, homeless and helpless, and other categories with which…More

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Artist Carlos Latuff's image captures the growing Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement and its' desire to dismantle the power structures that oppress Palestinians. Photo courtesy Carlos Latuff, 2010

Discussing the Calls for an Academic Boycott at the Annual Meeting What does it mean to produce anthropology in Palestine-Israel,…More

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School Bus. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Including Anthropology in a high school curriculum provides important opportunities for students and instructors, but it also presents unique challenges.…More

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Dancing through Istanbul

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Daniel Martin Varisco


Turkey is all over the news these days.  Former Prime Minister and now President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is seen by…More

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As I have read this column over the last several months, I’ve been heartened to see many familiar themes. Contributors…More

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Scales of Repair

Scales of Repair

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Eve Danziger
Mark Sicoli
Brook Hefright


Exploring “Putting Things Right” at NCALA’s 3rd Annual Workshop, Charlottesville, VA The recent focus on the concept of scale in linguistic…More

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No Anthropologist is An Island

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Derek Newberry


Making the Case for AAA Support of Professional Practitioner Networks Though they may not carry the designation “anthropologist” in their…More

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