Accessibility at the AAA Meeting

Two anthropologists reflect on their experiences and ask what it will take to make our discipline and our Annual Meeting more accessible.

The Social Lives of Climate Reports

IPCC reports are hailed as objective, empirical evidence. But the social life of their production and circulation has much to do with conflicting politics, values, and choices.

Forensic Anthropology in a Changing Climate

In 2018, a wildfire swept through Northern California. Forensic anthropologists were called in to identify skeletal remains in a devastated recovery scene.

My Petrochemical Love

For women of color on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast, everyday environmental and climate activism is entangled with intimate lives.

After Oil

To navigate the growing storms of climate change, St. Croix is doubling down on the fiscal promise of oil. Residents demand otherwise.

Death of a Glacier

In 2014, the first of Iceland’s named glaciers suffered death by human-made climate change. Two anthropologists decided to mark its passing.