The very first form of web content to be produced by the SCA, Supplemental posts extend the reach and impact of articles published in Cultural Anthropology through author interviews, discussion questions, and other materials not included in the text of the article.

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At the Limits of Selfhood: An Interview with Kevin Lewis O’Neill

At the Limits of Selfhood: An Interview with Kevin Lewis O’Neill

Andrés Romero: In this article, you demonstrate how pastoralism as an institutional project is kept alive through the inversion of value around the figure of th... More

Becoming Infrastructural: An Interview with Michael Degani

Becoming Infrastructural: An Interview with Michael Degani

Scott Ross (SR): In the article, you draw on Sianne Ngai’s argument regarding zaniness’s emergence in response to capitalism’s constant revolutionizing, and you... More

Methods for Many Anthropocenes with Andrew S. Mathews

Methods for Many Anthropocenes with Andrew S. Mathews

This Teaching Tools post is designed as a resource for using the article to explore visual techniques for ethnographic thought and to consider the environment a... More

Survival as Development: An Interview with Jason Cons

Survival as Development: An Interview with Jason Cons

Tariq Rahman: I very much enjoyed your inversion of Michel Foucault’s concept of heterotopia in this article. As Michelle Murphy (2017) has argued, it is helpfu... More

Ways of Smelling: An Interview with Laurie Denyer Willis

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

Sound as Strategy: An Interview with Laura Kunreuther

Sound as Strategy: An Interview with Laura Kunreuther

Sean Furmage and Andrés García Molina: Could you talk a little about how you decided to include sounds in your article? Laura Kunreuther: I wanted to think abou... More

This Was an Event: An Interview with Chloe Ahmann

This Was an Event: An Interview with Chloe Ahmann

Alexandra Vieux Frankel: Some of your earlier scholarship focused on education in Baltimore. How did you move from the classroom to the study of toxicity and re... More

What Does Not Cohere: An Interview with Jessica Cooper

What Does Not Cohere: An Interview with Jessica Cooper

Marzieh Kaivanara: First of all, how did you come to include a mental health court in your research design? Jessica Cooper: I very much like this question, beca... More

Beyond the Either-Or: An Interview with Patrick Eisenlohr

Beyond the Either-Or: An Interview with Patrick Eisenlohr

Sander Hölsgens: What brought you to Mauritius, and how did you familiarize yourself with Muslim devotional practices? Patrick Eisenlohr: Mauritius is a most fa... More

Entanglement’s Limits: An Interview with Elizabeth F. S. Roberts

Entanglement’s Limits: An Interview with Elizabeth F. S. Roberts

Katherine Sacco and Hilary Agro: The research for this article emerges from a collaboration with public health and environmental health scientists across North ... More