Cultural Anthropology Online is divided into several sections:
Cultural Anthropology's Article Archive
Cultural Anthropology's first print issue came out in 1986. Since then, CA has been published four times a year with content that includes original articles, editorials, review essays, commentaries, and book reviews.
When Cultural Anthropology Online first launched in 2007, we began to create supplemental pages for each print article. Article supplemental pages include article abstracts, links to other CA articles, images, videos, author biographies and interviews, reference lists, and discussion questions.
Our contributing editors are in the process of building supplemental pages for CA's entire print archive. Our aim is to create an open access repository for all those interested in anthropological scholarship.
Drawing on CA's digital archive, Curated Collections are thematized clusters of content that include supplemental pages for 5-7 articles, author interviews, teaching resources, and commentary from an invited discussant. Curated Collections put articles and authors in conversation around a chosen theme, extending discussion from the print page into a space of engagement.
In November 2012 we launched our first digital photo essay, "Corpus: Mining the Border" by Danny Hoffman. Cultural Anthropology will publish a new digital photo essay with each print issue, beginning in 2013. Photo essays aim to further discussions on photography, the role of art and media in anthropology, and also the process and practice of peer review for these representative modes of ethnographic work. It is meant to be an invitation and a provocation.
Fieldsights, SCA's Blog
Fieldsights is a community blog that includes posts from CA's editorial staff, members of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, CA's contributing editors, and guest authors.
In Fieldsights, readers will find the latest SCA news and announcements; regular columns focused on current global issues and emerging themes in anthropology; film and visual media reviews; SCA member spotlights; calls for papers; and announcements about new site content and technical features. You can also find SCA's archives in Fieldsights, which includes details on past events, meetings, prizes, and administration.
You can learn more about the Society for Cultural Anthropology by exploring our organization's archive. The archive includes descriptions of past meetings and lectures, prize announcements, and administrative reports. We have also posted our bylaws.