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Questions and Answers on Publishing Journal Articles: A Series Organized by Ilana Gershon

Jason Baird Jackson , September 14th, 2021


If you are an academic author or aspire to be one, I hope that you will check out the series organized by Ilana Gershon and published on the…


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What if . . .?

Alma Gottlieb , September 7th, 2021


What if a country had a great public health system? What if that country had a veritable army of public health nurses? What if those public health nurses…


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Swan Lessons

Alma Gottlieb , September 4th, 2021


This past month, the swans have taken up residence in our local cove, for the first time in the six summers we’ve lived here. What could be a…


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A Tale of Two [Unvaxed] Women

Alma Gottlieb , August 21st, 2021


We needed to find a new plumber. I called around. The first business that seemed willing to clean our boiler and replace a problematic hose spigot had availability…


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Weed or Not Weed?

Alma Gottlieb , August 18th, 2021


Weeding is an exercise in anthropology. How do we know what’s a weed? The great French anthropologist, Claude Lévi-Strauss, organized his 80-year career around one foundational principle: &#82…


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From Indiana Jones to International Business consultancy

Taylor Strauser , June 30th, 2021


This article talks about how cultural anthropology plays into international business and the importance of understanding and respecting different cultures to have effective meetings with international…


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Designs and Anthropologies: Frictions and Affinities

Sarah Soliz , May 18th, 2021


Buy this volume SERIESAdvanced Seminar » CATEGORIESApplied Anthropology »​Cultural Anthropolo…


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Trumpism, Mexican America, and the Struggle for Latinx Citizenship

Sarah Soliz , April 26th, 2021


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Does “Reasonable” = “Racist”?

Alma Gottlieb , April 26th, 2021


What can anthropology contribute to the critical conversation about race in America, following the welcome jury decision in the Derek Chauvin trial? After they amassed and presented a…


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The Shifting Borders of Value: Water and Wellbeing along the U.S.-Mexico Border

Ana Sanchez-Bachman , April 20th, 2021


Is access to water a right? Should water be free? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself that? This is exactly what surrounds the discourse of water use…


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Trump’s attack on American “democracy” by Keith Hart – Part 1

Neil Turner , March 1st, 2021


Donald Trump and the Republican Party Donald Trump may not have expected to win the 2016 presidential election. Once he … More


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Religious Transformation in Maya Guatemala

Sarah Soliz , February 17th, 2021


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American Exceptionalism and Violent Protests

Neil Turner , February 1st, 2021


It is important to understand that for more than fifty years, American foreign and defense policies such as EUCOM, PCOM, … More


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Tasting Independence

Chelsea Horton , January 13th, 2021


Maggi instant noodles are a treasured favorite among India’s young people. Their banning in 2015 conjured youthful memories of rebellion and revealed the uncertainties of our global food…


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How the informal economy took over the World by Keith Hart – Finale

Neil Turner , December 1st, 2020


The Euro crisis: an episode in the history of money The monetary crisis that has overwhelmed the eurozone of late needs to be seen in this context. The…


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The Fear of Dahalo Bandits on a Drive Through the Alaotra Night (Madagascar)

Bamboo Basket Hampers Used by Tobacco Farmers in Nanhua County, Yunnan, China

Jason Baird Jackson , November 5th, 2020


While doing background work on FEI Xiaotong and ZHANG Zhiyi’s studies of the basketry industry(*) in Yunnan, China, my colleague W. discovered this webpage with a pair of…


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How the informal economy took over the World by Keith Hart – Part 3

Neil Turner , November 1st, 2020


The demise of national capitalism To talk of the world economy being “informalized” suggests that there is a global rule-system, whereas effective rules are now absent at all…


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Introducing Cultural Anthropology: A Christian Perspective Textbook Review

The Familiar Strange , October 11th, 2020


Christian but not ideological? Doesn’t promote perspectives in controversy but centers theological devotion? Biblical differences of opinion, but not anthropological ones? The centrality of “belief” a…


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It’s Book Release Day!

H. W. , October 5th, 2020


Firstly, a sincere thank you to everyone who has helped to make this work possible. It’s been years in the making. But today is the day, and “Shaligram…


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How the informal economy took over the World – Part 2 by Keith Hart

Neil Turner , October 1st, 2020


  The dialectics of form “General Forms have their vitality in Particulars, and every Particular is a Man” (William Blake). Most readers of this book live substantially inside…


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When Brazil’s Voters Became Followers

Chelsea Horton , September 14th, 2020


Politics on social media may be exciting and even fun. But is it good for democracy? Jair Bolsonaro’s sweeping victory in the 2018 Brazilian elections took many people…


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Getting Out the Vote in South Asian Chicago

Chelsea Horton , September 14th, 2020


Language access provisions to expand language minority voters’ access to the polls are not only about political participation. They also reveal the reproduction of white public space and…


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Ten Things about Black Women Suffragists through a Black Feminist Lens

Chelsea Horton , September 14th, 2020


Irma McClaurin is a Black feminist anthropologist and consultant who conducts research on the social construction of inequality and its impact on African diaspora communities through an intersectional…


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