Contributed Content

While not formally reviewed, posts in these Fieldsights sections reflect the breadth and pace of anthropological conversations today. Many of them are written by early-career scholars in the SCA's Contributing Editors Program.

How to Submit

Questions and proposals for guest posts can be sent to the relevant section editor or to Jessica Lockrem at [email protected]

Legal Work as Care Work: Interview with Erin Routon

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Legal Work as Care Work: Interview with Erin Routon

In the following interview, Erin Routon and Riddhi Pandey explore the presence of care in legal work and the implications of recognizing legal work as care work... More

Military Remains: An Interview with Joseph Weiss

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Military Remains: An Interview with Joseph Weiss

Céline Eschenbrenner: Most of the questions below have to do with the not-so-ruined quality of what you and your interlocutors call “the Base,” in the north end... More

KİRAİÑİA (Long Flutes)

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KİRAİÑİA (Long Flutes)

Juan Castrillón’s KİRAİÑİA (Long Flutes) (2019) is a film about searching for lost sounds and their partial retrieval. In particular, the sounds that emanate fr... More

Rehavi (Timekeepers)

Visual and New Media Review

Rehavi (Timekeepers)

Juan Castrillón’s Rehavi (Timekeepers) (2016) eloquently weaves documentary and fiction to reckon with the materialities of time and music. The film follows the... More

Syllabus Archive: Diverse Approaches to Transnationalism

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Syllabus Archive: Diverse Approaches to Transnationalism

Transnationalism is broadly understood as the interconnection and movement of humans, objects, ideas, ideologies, and processes that “transcend” nation-state bo... More

A Collaboratory of Indian Ocean Ethnographies

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A Collaboratory of Indian Ocean Ethnographies

The pandemic brought an unsettling fog of silence down on field-dependent research along the littoral fringes of the northern Indian Ocean. It caused severely r... More

On the Politics and Ethics of What-Comes-After: An Interview with Townsend Middleton

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On the Politics and Ethics of What-Comes-After: An Interview with Townsend Middleton

In the following interview, Townsend Middleton and Michelle Hak Hepburn reflect on starting from the “excluded elsewhere” (Karera 2019), bringing the concept of... More

In Whose Name?

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In Whose Name?

This series was solicited and composed by Sander Hölsgens, and went through an internal graduate student peer review process prior to publication. Hölsgens' res... More

Virtual Connections, Digital Contentions: Small Academic Meetings during the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Virtual Connections, Digital Contentions: Small Academic Meetings during the Covid-19 Pandemic

This Open Series features and invites posts that describe and address the new intellectual relationships, connections, and tensions emerging from small online a... More

Limbo

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Limbo

Somewhere amid the high-Andes mist, floating above the plane of signification, where all but one toponym is offered (the mythic El Putumayo), dust particles bea... More