Why Don't Students Read?


Angela Jenks posted in Teaching Tools on with 0 comments

I once dismissed a class because no one had done the reading. I was teaching a lower-division course called “Peoples and Cultures of More...

AnthroPod 2.0


Rupa Pillai posted in AnthroPod: The SCA Podcast on with 0 comments

Over a round of drinks with the editors of Cultural Anthropology at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, a group of More...

Arctic Abstractive Industry


Arthur Mason posted in Hot Spots on with 0 comments

The Arctic is a region that is being dramatically altered through climate change, even as extractive industries and the nations that rely on them More...

It’s In The Syllabus


Angela Jenks posted in Teaching Tools on with 0 comments

“What did we cover in class last week? What’s your late homework policy? When are your office hours? How will my grade be computed?” More...

Refugees and the Crisis of Europe


Mayanthi Fernando and Cristiana Giordano posted in Hot Spots on with 0 comments

Since the beginning of 2015, an unprecedented number of people from Middle Eastern and African countries—many of them fleeing war, persecution, More...

SCA Logo Design Contest Suspended


Darren Byler posted in SCA News on with 1 comment

Given the concerns that members of the design community have raised, the Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) has decided to suspend our More...

Introducing Dispatches


Marcel LaFlammeOpen author orcid page in new window posted in Dispatches on with 0 comments

In my first post to the Cultural Anthropology website as the journal’s managing editor (almost a year ago now!), I wrote about the need to More...

Final Schedule for #SCA2016


Hirokazu Miyazaki posted in SCA Meetings on with 0 comments

The Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) is proud to share the final schedule for one of our largest-ever biennial meetings, which will take place More...

Correspondences: Ethnography


Susan MacDougall posted in Correspondences on with 0 comments

Ethnography, according to Tim Ingold (2014, 383), “has become a term so overused, both in anthropology and in contingent disciplines, that it More...