We enter 2020 celebrating 30 years of accomplishments and barrier breaking supported by the ADA, while also knowing that there is still much to do to ensure that disabled people may participate in and belong to all aspects of our society.
The Association for Africanist Anthropology (AfAA) is pleased to announce the recipient of 2019 Elliott P. Skinner Book Award.
The deteriorating security situation in Yemen poses methodological and practical challenges. But, research and scholarship is possible.
Awards, City and Society, our Positive Futures conference, and more.
For Hongkongers, kendo offers practice in the pursuit of self-cultivation and ethical work.
Radin was among Franz Boas’s first generation of students. Paul Glazier chronicles his anthropological approach and working partnership with Andrew Polk Watson.
In Brazil and Kentucky, rural populations are producing media content to take on marginalization and discrimination in their communities
How an Instagram-based gossip franchise allows celebrities to manage the authenticity of their public personae.
At Ghana’s Kumasi Central Market gossip is more than idle talk. It helps traders mitigate economic risk and boost professional reputations.
Tea sipping has a distinctly queer pedigree. To serve tea properly, one must be skilled in the art of verbal delivery.