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Paul Stoller , October 23rd, 2017
Whenever Niger is in the headlines, the news is never good—drought, floods, epidemics, starving children and now the emergence
Paul Stoller , September 8th, 2017
Something’s not right in the world. In the US, Hurricane Harvey produced 54 inches of rain that flooded Houston and much
Paul Stoller , August 17th, 2017
Two days ago we learned the true nature of Donald Trump’s beliefs. He is an apologist for the KKK and American neo-Nazis
Paul Stoller , August 11th, 2017
About a week ago, I went to New York City to see my West African friends at the Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market. Usually I
Paul Stoller , July 26th, 2017
The Republican controlled US Senate just voted to proceed to debate Trumpcare—a major step in the repeal and/or replacement
Paul Stoller , June 15th, 2017
In contemporary fast culture, we need a slow anthropology—for everyone. In my last blog post I discussed how the spread of
Paul Stoller , June 13th, 2017
In the Age of Trump, what are the political costs of our fast culture? Consider our fast politics. We have so much day-after
Paul Stoller , May 4th, 2017
Two old friends, the anthropologists, Paul Stoller, an American and Emile Martin, a Frenchman, are having lunch in Paris
Paul Stoller , April 21st, 2017
The first 100 days of Donald J Trump’s presidency have had few tangible results and many notable setbacks—court blocked travel