Jonah S. Rubin

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A Space of Play: The Past and Future of the Contributing Editors Program

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A Space of Play: The Past and Future of the Contributing Editors Program

What follows is the transcript of a conversation that took place at the 2016 spring meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) between Cultural Anth... More

Charlene Makley on Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests

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Charlene Makley on Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests

On this episode of AnthroPod, we talk with Charlene Makley (Reed College) about her article “The Sociopolitical Lives of Dead Bodies: Tibetan Self-Immolation Pr... More

#BlackLivesMatter: Anthropologists on Protest, Policing and Race-Based Violence

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#BlackLivesMatter: Anthropologists on Protest, Policing and Race-Based Violence

On today’s show, we’re going to be hearing interviews with three leading anthropologists on the Black Lives Matter protest. Earlier this year, Sean Furmage spo... More

Dorothy E. Roberts on The Future of Race in Science: Regression or Revolution?

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Dorothy E. Roberts on The Future of Race in Science: Regression or Revolution?

On this episode of AnthroPod, we bring you Dorothy E. Roberts's 2014 Culture at Large keynote address from the 2014 meeting of the American Anthropological Asso... More

Ethnographies of Post-Genocide

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Ethnographies of Post-Genocide

On this episode of AnthroPod, Jonah S. Rubin interviews three anthropologists working in the aftermath of genocides. The works these authors are discussing were... More

Can Scholarship be Free to Read? Cultural Anthropology Goes Open Access

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Can Scholarship be Free to Read? Cultural Anthropology Goes Open Access

On this episode of AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Bascom Guffin and Jonah S Rubin interview four leading voices pushing for op... More

Saida Hodžić on Global Health Governance

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Saida Hodžić on Global Health Governance

On today's podcast, Saida Hodžić, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Cornell University, discusses how a 2006 Wo... More

The Politics of Memory

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The Politics of Memory

Collective memory is increasingly the language by which individuals and groups struggle over their own identity and makes demands in the public sphere. Since ... More

Richard Handler on Anthropology and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Education

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Richard Handler on Anthropology and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Education

On today's show, Prof. Richard Handler discusses his role in founding the Global Development Studies program at the University of Virginia and the ways anthropo... More

Rituals of Mourning in the Public Sphere: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

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Rituals of Mourning in the Public Sphere: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

How do various emotional responses emerge out of rituals of public mourning? This was the question examined in various contexts by the panel “Mass Mourning: Obj... More