Egypt in Motion


Maria Frederika Malmström posted in Visual and New Media Review on with 0 comments

Have you ever tried to cross the street in Cairo? If so, then you certainly know what I am talking about: It is all about timing and embodied More...

SCA Biennial Meeting, 2014


Cori Hayden and John Hartigan posted in SCA Meetings on with 0 comments

The Ends of Work Detroit, Michigan, May 9–10, 2014 Registration: To register for the conference, please click here. Early More...

Field Notes on Activism


Paula Serafini posted in Correspondences on with 0 comments

For decades now, the field of anthropology has produced a vast amount of scholarship on social movements and protest, providing unique insights into More...

SCA 2014 Preliminary Schedule


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Detroit Crowne Plaza/Hotel Pontchartrain, Friday May 9 and Saturday May 10, 2014 FRIDAY MAY 9 Registration opens at 8am FRIDAY 8:30-10:00 am More...

Winter 2014 Digest


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It has already been a busy 2014 for us at the Society for Cultural Anthropology. Below, we present some highlights of the past few months. As always, More...

The Form of the Otherwise


Emily Yates-Doerr posted in Dispatches on with 0 comments

A quiet question was raised at the end of the “The Politics of Ontology” roundtable about where writing fit in the discussion. The absence More...

Field Notes: Care


Fayana Richards posted in Correspondences on with 0 comments

This month, SCA’s Field Notes series invites four scholars to consider the theme of care. What has anthropology contributed to the study More...

The Ontological Spin


David Bond and Lucas Bessire posted in Dispatches on with 4 comments

Commentary was a forum for responses, elaborations, and reflections on material published in Cultural Anthropology. In the second Commentary More...

Field Notes on Sports


Sertaç Sehlikoğlu posted in Correspondences on with 0 comments

Sport has recently attracted close ethnographic interest as an object of discipline, a realm of popular culture through spectatorship, and through the More...