The Contingent Faculty Market Is Against the AAA Statement on Ethics, Part 2

This column, the second of two parts, explores how the use of contingent faculty (adjuncts, part-time teachers, and others of precarious professional standing) violates specific principles of the the AAA statement on Ethics. Principle #1: Do No Harm (You Can’t Hurt the Anthropologist and Not Hurt the Field Communities) In anthropology, interconnectedness is not just […]

The Contingent Faculty Market Is Against the AAA Statement on Ethics, Part 1

This column discusses the ways in which people of color, and especially women of color first generation PhDs, experience the contingency market differently because of their intersectional identities and how this undermines the discipline’s goals of contributing a diverse body of knowledge under truthful conditions of knowledge production. This column seeks to encourage a long-needed discussion on how […]