Álvaro Ínsua, born February 15, 1935, died in Miami, Florida, nearing his 84th birthday on January 13, 2019.
The future is a foreign land, and right now it’s separated from us by a heavy fog. The only way to break through that fog is to look very closely at what surrounds us before it becomes too familiar, or before it changes again.
As we rushed into the new reality of Zoom meetings and video lectures, the course became a roadmap for examining the coronavirus crisis in light of the current neoliberal economic condition.
Cairo’s charitable water fountains are proliferating as locals respond to increasing thermal discomfort due to climate change.
How might individuals undergoing treatment for substance use disorder internalize the cultural model of substance misuse risk and employ it to recognize social stigma and, possibly, to self-stigmatize?
On clichés and a first year as a tenure-track anthropology professor at a community college.
The moment has come for a government commission on slavery and its present-day impacts; the moment has come for profound change.
How can anthropologists approach the influence of economists?
Recognition for two students and two early career researchers.
On November 25, 2019, against a backdrop of anti-Piñera graffiti in Santiago’s Plaza de Armas, some 50 members of the collective Chilean feminist collective, Las Tesis began to chant a rhythm now heard around the world.