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A Preview of Palestine-Israel Programming at the 2014 Annual Meeting

Anthropology’s epistemological investments in Palestine-Israel make it especially important for our discipline to discuss BDS, and, as scholars, for us…More

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APLA Events at AAA 2014 in Washington, DC

Final preparations for the 2014 AAA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC have begun! As usual, APLA is sponsoring a wide…More

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AfAA Award Winning Books and Papers


AfAA Award Winning Books and Papers

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Betty J Harris
JR Osborn
Bennetta Jules-Rosette


Since 2008, the Association for Africanist Anthropology (AfAA) has sponsored the Elliott P Skinner Book Award. The prize is awarded…More

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Review of the film “Tokyo Waka”

Tokyo Waka is a lyrical documentary portraying Tokyo overrun by crows directed by John Haptas and Kristine Samuelson. In this…More

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Photo courtesy Iván Sandoval-Cervantes

Approaching Animal-Human Interactions in Mexico In Amores Perros, perhaps the most famous Mexican film in recent history, a young man…More

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Spirits and Slaves in Central Sudan: The Red Wind of Sennar by Susan Kenyon.  314 pages. Palgrave Macmillan, Contemporary Anthropology…More

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Human Rights Come Home?

The United States at the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination A coalition of international NGOs recently began…More

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A future anthropologist considers a photograph from the Neighborhood of Saturdays project at the Field Museum.

What is Your Neighborhood Like? This is what my neighborhood is like: A soft baby cry at the crack of…More

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Send Us Your Art, Throw a Wrench in the Works

Send Us Your Art, Throw a Wrench in the Works

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Laura A Valdiviezo
Sally Campbell Galman


Anthropology and Education Quarterly (AEQ) is seeking ethnographic short fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction for a new creative section of the…More

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A Stimulating, Challenging and Rewarding Time for CAFE… And How You Can Help

Every now and then AN asks the editors of Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFE), our twice-yearly journal, to check in…More

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