How does the dominant narrative portray nature tourists? And how might we all benefit from a more inclusive view?
Is the concept of knowledge the same for all people? How might new data push debates on knowledge, wisdom, and understanding in new directions?
Archaeology involves the interpretation of material culture from peoples in the past. But we rely on contemporary theoretical concepts and analytical tools to study the objects that we find.
Reflections on summertime lockdown and increasing public resentment over the coalition’s failure to control the pandemic.
By conforming to norms of mask making, mask wearing, and regulating physical contact, people in India and the United States are redefining what is acceptable social conduct.
The Bandung anarcho-punk scene is about do-it-yourself ethics and local acts of resistance. It is also plugged into and part of complex global DIY punk networks.
Urine matters at the opioid treatment clinic. It matters not just to the patients and the clinicians, but also to a multimillion dollar urinalysis industry.
How can anthropologists effectively collaborate across academic and government, business, and nonprofit sectors to communicate to the world what we do and get our repository of knowledge into the popular sphere?
Why do so many patients choose the arduous hemodialysis treatment instead of kidney transplant? What do their clinical choices reveal about family life and the socioeconomic marginalization of migrant workers in China today?
This is a time that begs for our attention as we think about public policy, the state, life as a citizen and scholar, and the salience of our communities.