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AAA Committee for Human Rights Plans Third Declaration on Anthropology and Human Rights

AAA Committee for Human Rights Plans Third Declaration on Anthropology and Human Rights

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Tricia Redeker Hepner
Rebekah Park
Eva Friedlander


  This coming June, the 1999 Declaration on Anthropology and Human Rights will turn 15 years old. The declaration is…More

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Alexa Hagerty Wins the 2014 AES Parsons Prize

At the AES/SVA joint conference in Boston in April, AES awarded Alexa Hagerty (Stanford U) the 2014 Elsie Clews Parsons…More

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Using Western science guided by Helitsuk principles, Coastwatch, a program of the Heiltsuk Nation’s Qqs Projects Society, monitors Grizzly bear populations in the Great Bear Rainforest. William Housty, Director of Coastwatch, checks a barbed wire snare for Grizzly bear hair to be used in DNA analysis. Photo Credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Anthropology has had a productive and sometimes contentious relationship with initiatives for biodiversity conservation. Numerous anthropological studies have revealed the…More

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Family Camp

My research examines the social and cultural implications of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in Anchorage, Alaska. FASD is an…More

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Tehran’s Bra Shops

Tracing the Effects of Economic Policies This essay discusses the current economic context of bra shops in Tehran, and outlines…More

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funeral-season

Review of “Funeral Season (ou La saison des funerailles).” Matthew Lancit, dir. 87 min. Documentary Educational Resources, 2012. An early…More

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Chicago across from Lake Michigan. Photo courtesy Mike Boehmer and wikicommons

The Raw and the Reviewed

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Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz


My Experiences with the NSF One of the most significant moments in my early career was being awarded a National…More

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CoPAPIALogo

  Academically based anthropologists who conduct applied and practicing research can encounter difficulties when being evaluated for tenure and promotion…More

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Llanmaes fieldwork. Photo courtesy wikicommons

To the Field!

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Beatriz Reyes-Foster
Ty Matejowsky


What do anthropologists do? For many of us, it seems that we spend an inordinate amount of time teaching college…More

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"Under a Wave off Kanagawa" Image courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art and wikicommons

Every day since arriving in Tokyo this past April to do anthropological fieldwork, I have been thinking about earthquakes. That…More

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