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Spring Launch of the New SVA Section Website

Thanks to SVA members Craig Campbell and Kate Hennessy and Kyle McIntosh of Popgun Media, the Society for Visual Anthropology…More

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Since not everyone can make it to the AAA Annual Meeting each year, we try to provide a summary of…More

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A Rare Opportunity Never Knocks

For the past seven months, I have studied hiring in the Silicon Valley. I interview job-seekers, recruiters, hiring managers, career…More

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Threats and Responses (Review of “Standing on Sacred Ground”) McLeod, Christopher, 2013, Standing on Sacred Ground, Bullfrog Films, 4 DVDs,…More

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Report on the Inter-American Symposium on Ethnography and Education XIII

Multi-lingual meetings are possible, and they merit the effort. Those are lessons from the 13th Inter-American Symposium on Ethnography and…More

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Missed Opportunities

The Narratives that Got Away Recently two separate events brought to mind how critical taking ownership of your narrative can…More

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New Books in Feminist Anthropology

Genocide Lives in Us: Women, Memory and Silence in Rwanda (U Wisconsin Press, 2012) Jennie E Burnet (U Louisville) In…More

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Announcing the Launch of New NAPA Blog Series – AnthroCurrents

NAPA is very pleased to announce the launch of a new biweekly blog series, AnthroCurrents. Every other Friday, anthroblogger Cathy White will provide a run…More

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Typical "yardero" worksite. Chicago, Illinois.

Having experienced my first AAA annual meeting held at my ethnographic site of Chicago, I emerged with these questions: what…More

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Racialized Violence and the Shaping of the US Urban Landscape

An Opening Gesture Riding on the city bus gazing upon the transformed streetscapes of Harlem at a moment when the reassertion…More

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