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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Teaching Fugitive Anthropology with Maya Berry and Colleagues

Teaching Fugitive Anthropology with Maya Berry and Colleagues

In the wake of #MeToo and the resulting dialogues over sexual assault and its intersection with racial identities in the United States, this article brings thes... More

Teaching Triggers with Megan Raschig

Teaching Triggers with Megan Raschig

Megan Raschig is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Medical Anthropology at the University of Virginia. In this article, Raschig draws on contemporary theories of the eve... More

To Craft a Wild Indoors: Teaching Interiority in the Anthropological Room-Space

To Craft a Wild Indoors: Teaching Interiority in the Anthropological Room-Space

When all of the students in your introductory course are non–anthropology majors, it can be difficult to decide which materials in the rarified and contested ca... More

De/Reconstructing Auto-Construction: An Interview with Alberto Corsín Jiménez

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

National Economies, Performativity, and Failure: An Interview with Hannah Appel

National Economies, Performativity, and Failure: An Interview with Hannah Appel

Tariq Rahman: What initially drew you to the social studies of finance literature, and particularly to ideas around performativity? What analytical and/or polit... More

Complicating Care: An Interview with Paolo Bocci

Complicating Care: An Interview with Paolo Bocci

Ashley Elizabeth Drake and Adhann Iwashita: What brought you to research in the Galápagos, and to the worldings around Proyecto Isabela (PI)? Paolo Bocci: Afte... More

Commitment, Citation, and Context: An Interview with Bharat Jayram Venkat

Commitment, Citation, and Context: An Interview with Bharat Jayram Venkat

Venera Khalikova and Ned Dostaler: In your article, you articulate a particular mode of ethical reasoning called hierarchical subsumption, which “works to recon... More

Words in Worlds: An Interview with Kathleen Stewart

Words in Worlds: An Interview with Kathleen Stewart

Andrés Romero and Toby Austin Locke: When you began your academic career, attention to affective intensities was arguably not yet as prevalent in anthropology o... More

On Affect, Aesthetics, and Mass Mediation: An Interview with William Mazzarella

On Affect, Aesthetics, and Mass Mediation: An Interview with William Mazzarella

Andrés Romero and Toby Austin Locke: In this article, you work through a genealogy of thought on affective relations that diverges from the usual line from Baru... More

Ecologies and Expertise: Teaching Climate Adaptation with Sarah E. Vaughn

Ecologies and Expertise: Teaching Climate Adaptation with Sarah E. Vaughn

Sarah E. Vaughn is the James and Mary Pinchot Fellow at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (2016–2017) and Assistant Professor in the Departm... More