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Publishing Infrastructure

More than most scholarly associations, the Society for Cultural Anthropology has come to understand itself as what Christopher Kelty (2005) calls a recursive public: one that is constituted by a concern for the technical conditions of possibility for its very existence. The disruption caused by the American Anthropological Association’s move to a new publishing partner in 2008, along More...



Cultural Anthropology Responds to Trump

We are excited to introduce a new feature of the Cultural Anthropology website, which we are calling the Collaboration Studio. This feature, which is centered on advancing collaboration between emerging and established scholars who contribute to the Cultural Anthropology website, will showcase content from across the different sections of the Fieldsights blog that coheres around a common theme or More...