On March 9, the American Anthropological Association hosted a successful #AccessibleAnthChat on Twitter, focusing on the issue of fieldwork accessibility.
Co-Operative Action is a transformative reworking and integration of old and new that yields pathbreaking insight.
On writing a family food memoir.
Families outside Fukushima’s evacuation zone try to “live normally again” despite the shadow of radiation exposure.
The policy of restitution raises many questions. These questions are an invitation to reassess the role of museums, curators, and professionals within a system of appropriation, or rather possession and disaffection, which has failed to communicate the moral, historical, and scientific implications of separating an item from its historical context.
The three-day event of dialogues on multispecies entanglements covered topics ranging from cannibalism to Vladimir Nabokov’s interest in butterflies.
Heather Lazrus is an environmental anthropologist who studies perceptions of and responses to extreme weather in the context of a changing climate.
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.
In New York, the sustainable city is being built on its own undoing.
The Antarctic ice sheets are losing mass at an accelerating rate. How do scientists explain and engage with this increasingly urgent climate crisis?