How a white identified city struggles to commemorate the Black lives and deaths that produced its sugar and built its wealth.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy some of our highlights of 2020! Thank you to all our authors and to everyone who contributed to Anthropology News this year. Wishing you a safe and enjoyable holiday season.
Class is in session! This spring, Anthropology News will explore pedagogy in its many forms and settings.
Archaeologists move from avoiding talking about art to engaging in the critical practice of art.
Feeling boxed in by traditional professional or academic publishing outlets? A zine—a small self-published pamphlet or booklet—can be a powerful tool for unlocking creativity and expanding the reach and impact of your work.
How an artistic method can challenge and enrich our understandings of vision and knowledge.
In noughties Italy, the Bubble Gum choir performed a liberatory counterimage of the feminine. Today, Bacca’s chorus breathes new life into the ensemble of characters and an impermanent but continuo art piece.
One illustrator’s approach to conveying the multidimensional lives of apes with particular focus on their anatomy.
A participatory pop-up exhibition breaks down traditional disciplinary boundaries between art and anthropology to inform wider audiences about the humanitarian crisis occurring at the United States–Mexico border.
A deeply interdisciplinary visual artist creates objects that are both art and ethnography. Her installations produce space for immersive, social forms of understanding.