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APLA Graduate Student Paper Prize Competition

randiirwin , April 10th, 2022


The APLA Board invites individuals who are students in a graduate degree-granting program to send papers centering the analysis of political and/or legal institutions and processes…


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Resources for Ukrainian Scholars

randiirwin , March 11th, 2022


APLA has compiled a list resources for Ukrainian scholars in an attempt to create a simple, accessible, and comprehensive list of support services and placements for those in…


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The Public Anthropologist Award 2022: Catherine Besteman!

randiirwin , February 15th, 2022


APLA would like to congratulate…


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The 2022 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology

randiirwin , February 7th, 2022


The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) is pleased to invite nominations for the 2022 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology competition…


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Book Prize in Critical Anthropology!

randiirwin , November 18th, 2021


The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) is pleased to announce the 2021 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology!


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PoLAR Book Reviews Editor

randiirwin , October 21st, 2021


Incoming Co-Editors of the Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) journal, Sindiso Mnisi Weeks and Georgina Ramsay, are inviting…


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AAA Annual Meeting Call for Submissions

randiirwin , April 27th, 2021


Truth and Responsibility is the theme for the 2021 AAA Annual Meeting, which will be held November 17 – November 21 in Baltimore, Maryland…


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What Do You Mean by Abolition?

randiirwin , April 15th, 2021


Abolition is increasingly being used in popular and public discourse to describe contemporary social and racial justice movements in various global contexts, for example, appearing in debates in…


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APLA Graduate Student Paper Prize 2021

randiirwin , April 7th, 2021


The APLA Board invites individuals who are students in a graduate degree-granting program (including M.A., Ph.D., J.D., LL.M., S.J.D. etc.) to send papers centering…


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APLA’s Statement on Academic Freedom in Turkey

randiirwin , February 23rd, 2021


APLA stands in solidarity with Boğaziçi University students, faculty and staff who have been protesting the anti-democratic and illegitimate…


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Now Open: APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology

randiirwin , February 5th, 2021


The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) is pleased to invite nominations for the 2021 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology competition.


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Recruiting: APLA Junior-Senior Mentoring

randiirwin , February 5th, 2021


We are now recruiting mentors and mentees for the APLA Junior-Senior Mentor Program!


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APLA On Demand

randiirwin , November 5th, 2020


In addition to APLA’s livestream events at the 2020 AAA fall event, Raising Our Voices, APLA is sponsoring a number of on-demand events including podcasts, talks, and a…


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APLA Livestream Events

randiirwin , November 5th, 2020


The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology is pleased to announce its schedule of sponsored livestream events for the 2020 AAA fall event, Raising Our Voices. Don’t miss…


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APLA 2020 Book Prize!

randiirwin , October 30th, 2020


The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) is pleased award the 2020 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology to Dr. Alpa Shah (London School of Economics) for her book Nightmarch: Am…


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“Would You Come With Me to the Line?”: Lawfare and Legal Accompaniment at the US-Mexico Border

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Between July 2015 and July 2018, when I did ethnographic fieldwork on the politics of care, hospitality…


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Waiting for LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers in Germany: A Form of State Control and Resistance

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Since 2016, the European Union has made efforts to streamline and simplify the administrative procedure for international refugee protection…


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Restricting and Shaping Women’s International Migrations from Indonesia

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


ases of abuse and violence against Indonesian migrant domestic workers abroad regularly make headlines nationally and internationally…


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Business as Usual in the DR Congo: Patriarchy, Authoritarianism, and Global Complicity

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


“In much of Africa, ‘wife’ is a four-letter word,” writes Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyèwùmí (2000: 1096, emphasis in original). “[Instead] Mother…


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Editorial Introduction: Migration, Mobility, and Displacement

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


On the Gender and the Sexual Politics of Contemporary Patriarchal Ethnonationalist Authoritarianism by María Lis Baiocchi – On March 23rd, 2019, the state of Texas banned…


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Sounds Fishy?

randiirwin , September 10th, 2020


Association for Political and Legal Anthropology for Anthropology News By Livia Garofalo, Elisa Lanari, and Martina Cavicchioli – September 10, … More


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The Specter of Gender Discrimination in the Removal of Kashmir’s Autonomy

randiirwin , September 2nd, 2020


On August 5, 2019, the quasi-autonomy of Indian administered Kashmir was removed militarily without consulting the Kashmiri legislature or the people. This move was as illegal (Parthasathy 2019)…


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Kashmiri Goats, Imaginaries of Freedom, and the Planetary Pandemic

randiirwin , September 2nd, 2020


Weeks after governments around the world imposed travel restrictions and quarantine orders that removed humans from typically busy markets, roads, and…


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Social Contract and Its Discordance in Gilgit-Baltistan

randiirwin , August 25th, 2020


By: Aziz Ali Dad This piece is part of APLA’s newest Speaking Justice to Power Series, which focuses on Kashmir … More


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