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]

Disabled Lives, Personhood, and Politics in Uganda: An Interview with Tyler Zoanni

Supplementals

Disabled Lives, Personhood, and Politics in Uganda: An Interview with Tyler Zoanni

In this interview, we sat down with Tyler Zoanni to discuss his article “Appearances of Disability and Christianity in Uganda” published in August 2019 in Cultu... More

Teaching Kinship as a Crossroads with Kathryn Mariner

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Teaching Kinship as a Crossroads with Kathryn Mariner

This post will present a lesson plan and short author interview to accompany Kathryn Mariner’s article “‘Who you are in these pieces of paper’: Imagining Future... More

Teaching Theory in Graduate Education: A Conversation with Elizabeth Emma Ferry

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Teaching Theory in Graduate Education: A Conversation with Elizabeth Emma Ferry

We’ve all been there: you find yourself at a conference panel or in conversation with another scholar and, before you know it, you are drowning in a sea of theo... More

Raciolinguistic Ideologies and Decolonizing Anthropology: A Conversation with Jonathan Rosa

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Raciolinguistic Ideologies and Decolonizing Anthropology: A Conversation with Jonathan Rosa

Professor Jonathan Rosa (Stanford University) sits down with Contributing Editor Benjamin Bean to discuss raciolinguistic ideologies, a framework developed by R... More

Bodies at War

Visual and New Media Review

Bodies at War

We welcome you to the 2020 return of the Screening Room film series. We begin our series with Emily Cohen's film Bodies at War (2015). The film centers on the l... More

Sketching toward Alternate Openings in the Field

Visual and New Media Review

Sketching toward Alternate Openings in the Field

Fieldnote-taking and writing in the field comes rife with complexities of representation, what Michael Taussig (2011, 13) has described as “that drive to get it... More

Co-authorship as Feminist Writing and Practice

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Co-authorship as Feminist Writing and Practice

This collection of essays builds on a 2018 American Anthropological Association roundtable that brought together scholars whose experiences with co-authorship i... More

What Does Anthropology Sound Like: Activism

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What Does Anthropology Sound Like: Activism

In this episode, the first in a new series entitled "What Does Anthropology Sound Like," Dr. Sophie Chao and Dr. Bianca C. Williams join Contributing Editor Cor... More

Rural Development and Alternative Agriculture in Italy: Cultivating the Future by Governing Expectations of Change

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Rural Development and Alternative Agriculture in Italy: Cultivating the Future by Governing Expectations of Change

In the wake of the “Friday for Future” demonstrations across the world, as well as the shift in food consumption driven by consumers’ new preference for organic... More

Teaching Ethnography in the Heart of Government

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Teaching Ethnography in the Heart of Government

From the point of view of the governed—citizens and non-citizens alike—the way government operates can seem like a black box. Despite talk of transparency, the ... More