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Staying with the Rubble: Chile at a Crossroads
Juan, a migrant street vendor, sits proudly and calmly by his handwoven textiles, which he has displayed over a white cloth on the plaza floor. On multiple occa... More
Introduction: What Do the 2019 Global Protests Teach Us?
Amid an unprecedented sense of global uncertainty, protest movements around the world are opening new horizons. As a case in point, in the midst of the Covid-19... More
Global Protest Movements in 2019: Conclusion
As the pieces in this series have shown, October 2019 saw the emergence of multiple protest movements across the globe. On October 17, a series of discrete even... More
Global Protest Movements in 2019: What Do They Teach Us?
Amid an unprecedented sense of global uncertainty, protest movements around the world are opening new horizons. This series, which was assembled before the star... More
Searches for Livability: An Interview with Adriana Petryna
Pablo Seward Delaporte and Sonia Grant: You write that American fire managers have inherited an image of controllable wildfire, which contrasts with both how we... More
Ways of Smelling: An Interview with Laurie Denyer Willis
Pablo Seward Delaporte: Many scholars have noted an intellectual bias toward vision in the constitution of the modern European subject. In your article, you ref... More
A Beautiful Withdrawal: An Interview with Damien M. Sojoyner
Pablo Seward Delaporte: In your article, you mention that you taught at the school where you conducted research. How, if at all, might the argument of your arti... More
Unfinished: An #AmAnth17 Panel Review
Unfinished: The Anthropology of Becoming Panelists: João Biehl (Princeton University), Peter Locke (Northwestern University), Angela Garcia (Stanford Universit... More
De/Reconstructing Auto-Construction: An Interview with Alberto Corsín Jiménez
Pablo H. Seward Delaporte: I came across your doctoral dissertation (Corsín Jiménez 2001), which was based on research in the Chilean city of Antofagasta, and i... More
Deliverance: Views from the Captive South
I was bound not with the iron of another’s chains, but by my own iron will. . . Because my will was perverse it changed to lust, and lust yielded to become habi... More