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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You End Up Enchanted: An Interview with Claudio Sopranzetti

You End Up Enchanted: An Interview with Claudio Sopranzetti

Alessandra Radicati: How did your ethnographic engagement with motorcycle taxi drivers begin? Are they the main occupational group you follow in your research? ... More

Film and Cosmopolitics: An Interview with Mario Blaser

Film and Cosmopolitics: An Interview with Mario Blaser

Mario Blaser is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies at Memorial University Newfoundland. Blaser a... More

Violence a Long Way Back: An Interview with Angela Garcia

Violence a Long Way Back: An Interview with Angela Garcia

Jessica Cooper and Andrés Romero: “The Blue Years” revolves around the archive of letters that came into your possession, but we were hoping that you could spea... More

Working with Uncertainty: An Interview with Limor Samimian-Darash

Working with Uncertainty: An Interview with Limor Samimian-Darash

Ned Dostaler: When did you first learn about the Turning Point scenario-based exercises that you describe in your article, and why did you decide to take them u... More

Teaching Queer Anthropology

Teaching Queer Anthropology

This Teaching Tools post presents strategies for teaching the collection and putting it into dialogue with other texts, as well as connecting students with scho... More

Election’s Reverb: An Interview with Stefan Helmreich

Election’s Reverb: An Interview with Stefan Helmreich

Andrés García Molina (AGM) and Julien Cossette (JC): The inaugural Sound + Vision section of Cultural Anthropology appeared in the midst of a long-in-the-making... More

To Make Ends Possible Again: An Interview with Eli Thorkelson

To Make Ends Possible Again: An Interview with Eli Thorkelson

Atreyee Majumder: Let me start by picking your brain on the notion of stubbornness. The anthropology of affect has straddled many emotions and their political m... More

Where the Image Takes Us: An Interview with the Golden Snail Team

Where the Image Takes Us: An Interview with the Golden Snail Team

Sander Holsgens: “Golden Snail Opera” is visceral, affective, textural. You call it a more-than human performance. This ecological interest opens up to a layere... More

Teaching Refusal

Teaching Refusal

The collection brings together four researchers working on the topic of refusal, which they seek to theorize as “an ethnographic, as well as political, concept.... More

Biographies of Taste: Teaching Humanitarian Food Aid with Micah M. Trapp

Biographies of Taste: Teaching Humanitarian Food Aid with Micah M. Trapp

Micah M. Trapp is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Memphis. Using Trapp’s article as a jumping-off point, this Teac... More