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Comparison?

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Comparison?

Introduction Comparison is basic to anthropology. It frames an understanding of ourselves and others. Yet anthropological comparison in the traditional sense—as... More

Drawing Care with Jean Hunleth

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Drawing Care with Jean Hunleth

The pedagogical activities in this post encourage students to engage with Jean Hunleth’s concept of imaginal caring and the creative promises of drawing as an e... More

"Pervasive, yet Fractured": A Roundtable on Centering Indigenous Critiques and Teaching Settler Colonialism

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"Pervasive, yet Fractured": A Roundtable on Centering Indigenous Critiques and Teaching Settler Colonialism

As I write, Kanaka Maoli kia‘i are assembling to protect Mauna Kea against the threat of the Thirty Meter Telescope; Diné and Pueblo peoples are collaborating t... More

Programming Improvisation

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Programming Improvisation

In a recent article in Cultural Anthropology, Nick Seaver (2018) asks, “What should an anthropology of algorithms do?” Seaver urges anthropologists to avoid por... More

Cultural Anthropology

Established in 1986, the peer-reviewed journal of the SCA has expanded the boundaries of the discipline and brokered new engagements with adjacent fields. Committed to innovation in scholarly communication, the journal went open access in 2014.

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2019 Cultural Horizons Prize

The Society for Cultural Anthropology is happy to announce that the winner of the 2019 Cultural Horizons Prize is Sarah Luna (Tufts University) for her articl... More

Call for Reflections on Summer Fieldwork

The Society for Cultural Anthropology invites pre-field PhD students to send short, 1,000-word reflections on their recent summer fieldwork to be published onli... More

How to Propose an AnthroPod Episode

Our Goal AnthroPod is a podcast dedicated to making anthropology more publicly visible and demonstrating why anthropology matters. Episodes range widely in form... More