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Animacy

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

Finance

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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...

Self-Immolation as Protest in Tibet

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Carole McGranahan and Ralph Litzinger posted in Hot Spots on with 1 comment

Tibet has no history of self-immolation as sacrifice, religious offering, or political protest. Yet, in the last year alone, roughly thirty-five More...

Culture@Large Archive

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Culture@Large On Biopolitics and the Attachment to Life, organized by Kath Weston: San Francisco, 2012 The Human is More than Human, organized More...

SCA Meetings Archive

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Mallory Fryc posted in SCA Archives on with 0 comments

2012 Life and Death: A Conversation Topic Information & Program Information 2010 Santa Fe Natureculture Topic More...

Hot Spots

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Charles Piot and Anne Allison posted in From the Editorial Office on with 0 comments

We're starting a new forum on the CA website to report on current "hot spots" in the world from the perspective of anthropologists—and More...