A Theory of Propaganda for the Social Media Age

A Theory of Propaganda for the Social Media Age

Adam Hodges
Using intertextuality and the propagation of disinformation to make sense of today’s disinformation campaigns.
#Adulting and the Disordered State of American Adulthood

#Adulting and the Disordered State of American Adulthood

Susan Hill
Adulting reflects the fundamental incoherence that greets young people as they make sense of how to reach social maturity in today’s world.
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Inclusion Rider vs. Race Science

Inclusion Rider vs. Race Science

Shalini Shankar
Which version of diversity will win?
Awkward Anthropological Moments

Awkward Anthropological Moments

Erin P. Riley, Jessica Chandras, and Edward Glayzer
Awkward moments can prompt rethinking fieldwork, demand on-the-spot foreign language acquisition, and test bathhouse etiquette.
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Plumbing the Depths in Lahore

Plumbing the Depths in Lahore

Maira Hayat
Waste water inspections open up questions about bureaucratic processes and interactions.
If “Water Is Life,” Shouldn’t We Know How to Measure It?

If “Water Is Life,” Shouldn’t We Know How to Measure It?

Sera L. Young and Joshua D. Miller
An anthropologist sets out to create a cross-culturally valid household water insecurity scale.
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Performing Water Rights on Cochiti Dam

Performing Water Rights on Cochiti Dam

Fiona P. McDonald
Artistic performance opens up questions about water rights and social justice.
Fish, Flows, and Desire in the Delta

Fish, Flows, and Desire in the Delta

Caterina Scaramelli
In the wetlands, claims about environmental and economic change are rooted in broader assertions about livelihood and belonging.
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A Theory of Propaganda for the Social Media Age

A Theory of Propaganda for the Social Media Age

Adam Hodges
April 9, 2018
Using intertextuality and the propagation of disinformation to make sense of today’s disinformation campaigns.
#Adulting and the Disordered State of American Adulthood

#Adulting and the Disordered State of American Adulthood

Susan Hill
April 2, 2018
Adulting reflects the fundamental incoherence that greets young people as they make sense of how to reach social maturity in today’s world.
-
Inclusion Rider vs. Race Science

Inclusion Rider vs. Race Science

Shalini Shankar
March 23, 2018
Which version of diversity will win?
Awkward Anthropological Moments

Awkward Anthropological Moments

Erin P. Riley, Jessica Chandras, and Edward Glayzer
March 19, 2018
Awkward moments can prompt rethinking fieldwork, demand on-the-spot foreign language acquisition, and test bathhouse etiquette.
-
Plumbing the Depths in Lahore

Plumbing the Depths in Lahore

Maira Hayat
March 15, 2018
Waste water inspections open up questions about bureaucratic processes and interactions.
If “Water Is Life,” Shouldn’t We Know How to Measure It?

If “Water Is Life,” Shouldn’t We Know How to Measure It?

Sera L. Young and Joshua D. Miller
March 13, 2018
An anthropologist sets out to create a cross-culturally valid household water insecurity scale.
-
Performing Water Rights on Cochiti Dam

Performing Water Rights on Cochiti Dam

Fiona P. McDonald
March 13, 2018
Artistic performance opens up questions about water rights and social justice.
Fish, Flows, and Desire in the Delta

Fish, Flows, and Desire in the Delta

Caterina Scaramelli
March 13, 2018
In the wetlands, claims about environmental and economic change are rooted in broader assertions about livelihood and belonging.
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