Feminist Futures in Africa?

Feminist Futures in Africa?

Dorothy L. Hodgson (Rutgers U)
“Je suis feministe!” (I am feminist!) declared renowned Senegalese sociologist Fatou Sow (Université Cheikh Anta Diop) to a packed, ene
Charting Charcoal in Haiti

Charting Charcoal in Haiti

Andrew Tarter (Florida)
Estimating and Understanding Annual Charcoal Production and Consumption at the National level in Haiti Anthropologists engage subjects at va
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Annual Meeting Executive Sessions

Annual Meeting Executive Sessions

Samuel Martínez (U Connecticut)
From a total of 40 proposed sessions, the Executive Program Committee selected 24 discrete panels and roundtables as Executive Sessions for
Working at a Döner Kebab Shop

Working at a Döner Kebab Shop

Oguz Alyanak (Washington U)
My research in Strasbourg, France, explores how Muslim Turkish men negotiate where they go and what they do when they go out in a borderland
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Call for Proposals: Campaigns and Elections

Call for Proposals: Campaigns and Elections

As another presidential election arrives in a year dominated by campaign-related news in the US, we’ll explore campaigns and elections
Unapologetically Black?

Unapologetically Black?

Savannah Shange (U Pennsylvania)
Savannah Shange on shapeshifting, state violence and ritual regret after a week of shootings.   Twelve white seven-day candles illumina
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Deforestation, Dogs, and Zoonotic Disease

Deforestation, Dogs, and Zoonotic Disease

Jessie L. Dyer (U Georgia)
Susan Tanner (U Georgia)
Julie Velásquez Runk (U Georgia)
Caitlin Mertzlufft (U Georgia)
Nicole Gottdenker (U Georgia)
As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human popu
Circulating Ebola in the Anthropocene

Circulating Ebola in the Anthropocene

Catherine E. Bolten (U Notre Dame)
As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human popu
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Feminist Futures in Africa?

Feminist Futures in Africa?

Dorothy L. Hodgson (Rutgers U)
“Je suis feministe!” (I am feminist!) declared renowned Senegalese sociologist Fatou Sow (Université Cheikh Anta Diop) to a packed, ene
Charting Charcoal in Haiti

Charting Charcoal in Haiti

Andrew Tarter (Florida)
Estimating and Understanding Annual Charcoal Production and Consumption at the National level in Haiti Anthropologists engage subjects at va
-
Annual Meeting Executive Sessions

Annual Meeting Executive Sessions

Samuel Martínez (U Connecticut)
From a total of 40 proposed sessions, the Executive Program Committee selected 24 discrete panels and roundtables as Executive Sessions for
Working at a Döner Kebab Shop

Working at a Döner Kebab Shop

Oguz Alyanak (Washington U)
My research in Strasbourg, France, explores how Muslim Turkish men negotiate where they go and what they do when they go out in a borderland
-
Call for Proposals: Campaigns and Elections

Call for Proposals: Campaigns and Elections

As another presidential election arrives in a year dominated by campaign-related news in the US, we’ll explore campaigns and elections
Unapologetically Black?

Unapologetically Black?

Savannah Shange (U Pennsylvania)
Savannah Shange on shapeshifting, state violence and ritual regret after a week of shootings.   Twelve white seven-day candles illumina
-
Deforestation, Dogs, and Zoonotic Disease

Deforestation, Dogs, and Zoonotic Disease

Jessie L. Dyer (U Georgia)
Susan Tanner (U Georgia)
Julie Velásquez Runk (U Georgia)
Caitlin Mertzlufft (U Georgia)
Nicole Gottdenker (U Georgia)
As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human popu
Circulating Ebola in the Anthropocene

Circulating Ebola in the Anthropocene

Catherine E. Bolten (U Notre Dame)
As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human popu
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