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More Horizon: A Commentary

By Adriana Petryna, University of Pennsylvania § The U.S. leads the world in confirmed cases of and deaths from COVID-19. At the …


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Project Suspended!

Hi all, Unfortunately I’ve had to suspend this project. Now that I’m not working in (or on) the academy any more, I …


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Commentary: Toxic Bodies, Part I

By Mónica Salas Landa, Lafayette College § Oil infrastructure, Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico. Image by author. ‘‘How do you feel living right across from …


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The wreckage

For those who have not seen it, this piece from Inside Higher Education on the personal and professional consequences of “precarious” is …


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Students as course evaluators

Chronicle of higher education on student roles in course evaluation This Chronicle of Higher Education story is both welcome and disturbing. It …


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A Response from Morten Levin

Morten Levin writes with a response to Eli Thorkelson’s recent comments on Creating a New Public University and Reviving Democracy. Thank you for …


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Vignettes of War

This post was submitted by Dr. Sumi Colligan, Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Service-Learning Co-Coordinator at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Turkey conjures up vignettes …


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“Orlando”

Shaka McGlotten is Associate Professor of media, society and the arts at Purchase College-SUNY and Co-Chair of the Association for Queer Anthropology.  …


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Wedding Crashers

After marriage equality became the law of the land, lawmakers across the United States doubled down on discrimination. Author Ryan Thoreson is …


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