Applying for academic jobs can be an all-consuming, costly, and opaque process. There are ways we can make a positive difference.
The Americas offer endless examples of US intervention covert, overt, and by proxy.
When the Oaxaca Guerreros Baseball players take the field from April to August, fans are likely to be indulging in tasty concession food. The familiar faces and voices of dozens of hard working food vendors are an integral part of the Guerreros baseball community and experience in the city of Oaxaca de Juárez.
The legacy of collectivism and communism has been revived in the construction of a modern Guan Gong, a hero who embodies socially-desired moral codes and concepts of masculinity.
The walls lining the Quetzaltenango’s cobblestone streets are full of entrepreneurial ghosts—the remnants of shuttered businesses.
We call ourselves the Society for Anthropological Sciences to reflect both a respect for rigor and empiricism and to acknowledge that science isn’t one and only one thing.
How do Zainichi Koreans understand Japanese consumers’ open embrace of kimchi in light of Japan’s reluctant social acceptance of its Korean minority population?
What does it mean to have a space in a sexual health clinic be deemed too public?
The Council for Museum Anthropology is looking forward to a vibrant AAA/CASCA program this year.
This year’s ALLA activities and panels at the 2019 AAA/CASCA Annual Meeting in Vancouver will address many of the issues and problems that our communities face.