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Field Notes in February


Grant Jun Otsuki posted in Field Notes on with 0 comments

The very first round of Field Notes has now come to an end. See Chris Garces's excellent "Integration" post here. Chris has wonderfully put all three More...

Teaching Occupy


Paula Serafini posted in Teaching Tools on with 0 comments

Overview of Theme Adapted from the Introduction to “Hot Spots: Occupy, Anthropology and the 2011 Global Uprisings”, guest edited by More...



Darren Byler posted in Anthro Happenings on with 0 comments

This is a review of "Animacy" a panel discussion at the American Anthropological Association (AAA) annual conference Sunday, November 18, 2012 More...

Night Falls Silent in Damascus


Jonathan Shannon posted in Episcope on with 3 comments

It’s 2 am and the night falls silent outside his window. Finally the sounds have stopped. The computer screen shimmers brightly with a stream of More...

Announcing CA Photo Essays


Michelle Stewart and Vivian Choi posted in From the Editorial Office on with 0 comments

In 2010, a conversation was ignited over incorporating photo essays into the new Cultural Anthropology website. The conversation that started about More...

SCA Events @ AAA


Ali Kenner posted in SCA News on with 0 comments

Wednesday November 14, 2012 12:00 PM-1:45 PM 2-0040 Claim-Making Beyond a Human Rights Framework:Feminist, Queer, and "Other" Perspectives  More...

Culture@Large 2012


Kath Weston posted in Anthro Happenings on with 0 comments

"On Biopolitics and the Attachment to Life"   A Conversation with Lauren Berlant Culture@Large is the Society for Cultural Anthropology's More...



Bill Maurer posted in Theorizing the Contemporary on with 0 comments

(Jump to the table of contents) In anthropology, it seems everyone has something to say about finance these days. That’s a good thing and a More...