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 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

Demanding to Be Seen: An Interview with Lisa Poggiali

Demanding to Be Seen: An Interview with Lisa Poggiali

Andrés García Molina (AGM) and Franziska Weidle (FW): To begin, could you tell us more about how you developed a working relationship with the Muhimu Mapping Pr... More

Refusal as Ethnographic Concept: An Interview with Carole McGranahan, Elisa Sobo, and Erica Weiss

Refusal as Ethnographic Concept: An Interview with Carole McGranahan, Elisa Sobo, and Erica Weiss

Charles A. McDonald: Could you tell our readers a bit about how this collection came together? Was refusal already a concept or an analytic that you were all le... More

Bodies, Environments, Inheritances: An Interview with Janelle Lamoreaux

Bodies, Environments, Inheritances: An Interview with Janelle Lamoreaux

Charlie Lotterman: To start off our conversation, can you situate this article within your own personal and academic history? What concerns did it grow out of, ... More

Seeing through the Static: A Conversation in Images with Eleana J. Kim

Seeing through the Static: A Conversation in Images with Eleana J. Kim

Julien Cossette: I would like to start by inviting you to discuss a series of photographs that you took at the recently opened Paju DMZ Village Museum in T’ongi... More

Gardening with Love and Others: Teaching Multispecies Ethnography and Affect with Julie Soleil Archambault

Gardening with Love and Others: Teaching Multispecies Ethnography and Affect with Julie Soleil Archambault

Julie Soleil Archambault is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography at the University of Oxford. This Teaching Too... More

A Critical Archaeology of Documents: Analyzing Plans, Maps, and Bureaucratic Artifacts with Federico Pérez

A Critical Archaeology of Documents: Analyzing Plans, Maps, and Bureaucratic Artifacts with Federico Pérez

Federico Pérez is Assistant Professor of Urban Anthropology at the Urban Honors College at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. He is currently workin... More

There in the Thicket: An Interview with Jason Pine

There in the Thicket: An Interview with Jason Pine

Joey Russo: Your recent article deals in incommensurability, both in content and form. The piece foregrounds a weaving of theoretical and ethnographic modes; it... More

Bringing Medical Anthropology Back into the Fold: An Interview with Daena Funahashi

Bringing Medical Anthropology Back into the Fold: An Interview with Daena Funahashi

Paul Schissel: Initially, I wanted to draw readers’ attention to an earlier article of yours published in Cultural Anthropology, “Wrapped in Plastic: Transforma... More