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Guest Post: Reflexive Anthropology: Black Women and Ethnographic Performances // Antropología Reflexiva: Mujer Negra y Actos Etnográficos

footnotes , November 9th, 2020


[Footnotes is pleased to present this guest post by Carolina Nvé Díaz San Francisco in both English and Spanish. Carolina is currently a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology…


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Guest Post: David Graeber’s Strength

Footnotes Editor , September 9th, 2020


[We are pleased to present the thoughts of Olivier Coulaux on the sudden passing of our dear friend, colleague, and mentor,…


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Guest Post: David Graeber’s Strength

footnotes , September 9th, 2020


[We are pleased to present the thoughts of Olivier Coulaux on the sudden passing of our dear friend, colleague, and mentor, David Graeber. Olivier is a PhD Candidate…


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Frantic Spatio-Temporality of CoVid 19: Social-Distancing and/in the ‘Home’

Footnotes Editor , September 4th, 2020


[Footnotes presents this guest post by authors Bikash Sarma and Shruti Sharma as part of a series addressing reconceptualizing space and social interaction during Covid19, as the Covid19…


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Frantic Spatio-Temporality of CoVid 19: Social-Distancing and/in the ‘Home’

footnotes , September 4th, 2020


[Footnotes presents this guest post by authors Bikash Sarma and Shruti Sharma as part of a series addressing reconceptualizing space and social interaction during Covid19, as the Covid19…


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Guest Post: NAGPRA is not a metaphor: Anthropologists’ indifference upholds structural racism

Footnotes Editor , August 3rd, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post co-authored by Krystiana L. Krupa and Savannah Newell. Krystiana L. Krupa serves as the NAGPRA Program Officer for the University…


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Guest Post: NAGPRA is not a metaphor: Anthropologists’ indifference upholds structural racism

footnotes , August 3rd, 2020


This guest blog post has been removed pending an ethics review by the Footnotes Editorial Collective (FEC) following concerns raised by the community. A longer statement by the…


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Guest Post: Embracing Affect in the Classroom [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

Footnotes Editor , July 22nd, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Schuyler Marquez. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Schuyler Marq…


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Guest Post: Embracing Affect in the Classroom [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

footnotes , July 22nd, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Schuyler Marquez. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Schuyler Marquez’s work focuses on bringing classical anthropological…


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Guest Post: Teaching Self-Representation through Collaborative Visual Ethnography [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

Footnotes Editor , July 15th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Rebecca Gearhart Mafazy. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Mafazy…


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Guest Post: Teaching Self-Representation through Collaborative Visual Ethnography [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

footnotes , July 15th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Rebecca Gearhart Mafazy. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Mafazy’s research over the past thirty years…


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Guest Post: How Can We Learn When We Have No Future?: Schools Strikes, Social Transformations, and the Possibility of Good Relations during Climate Emergency [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

Footnotes Editor , July 8th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Susannah Crockford. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Susannah Cr…


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Guest Post: How Can We Learn When We Have No Future?: Schools Strikes, Social Transformations, and the Possibility of Good Relations during Climate Emergency [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

footnotes , July 8th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Susannah Crockford. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Susannah Crockford is a post-doctoral researcher at Ghent…


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The Future of Anthropological Research: Ethics, Questions, and Methods in the Age of COVID-19: Part 2

MarkR , July 6th, 2020


Danilyn Rutherford, President, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Welcome back to our series on the future of anthropology. For the


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Guest Post: Black Latinx Encuentros: Embodied Knowledge and Reciprocal Forms of Knowledge Sharing

Footnotes Editor , July 1st, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Amarilys Estrella and Meryleen Mena. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity se…


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Guest Post: Feeling like “Colored Me” and the Inequities in the Intellectual Formation of Anthropologists [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

Footnotes Editor , June 24th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Louis Philippe Römer. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Louis Philippe Römer is a Visiting Assistant…


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Guest Series: Embodying Reciprocity: Relationality and Redistribution in the Practice of Anthropology

Footnotes Editor , June 24th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest series edited by Schuyler Marquez, who has also authored this introduction. Schuyler Marquez’s work focuses on bringing classical anthropological questions on…


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The Future of Anthropological Research: Ethics, Questions, and Methods in the Age of COVID-19: Part I

MarkR , June 19th, 2020


Danilyn Rutherford, President, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Anthropology, as a discipline, is not going to escape the pandemic unscathed. 


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The DecanoniZine

Footnotes Editor , June 11th, 2020


Authors: Andie Thompson, Ali Lape, Rene Burk, Mariana Ribeiro, Nadia English-Williams, Ana Carolina de Assis Nunes, Erin Peiffer, and Makaela O’Rourke. [Footnotes is very pleased to present …


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Guest Post: On Not Looking Like an Expert: Being Black and Doing Research in Africa, White People’s Historical and Theoretical Turf

Chelsey Carter , April 29th, 2019


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Ampson Hagan. Ampson Hagan is a PhD candidate in anthropology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is…


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#AcademicTwitter: A How-To Guide for Anthropologists

Footnotes Editor , March 8th, 2019


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Jules Weiss. Jules Weiss (they/them pronouns) is a 2nd year MA student in Applied Anthropology at Oregon State University….


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Decanonizing Anthropology

Footnotes Editor , February 15th, 2019


Reworking the History of Social Theory for 21st Century Anthropology: A Syllabus Project Authors: Rebecca Renee Buell, Samuel Burns, Zhuo Chen, Lisa Grabinsky, Argenis Hurtado Moreno, Katherine S…


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McCain, Memorialization, and Empire

Footnotes Editor , September 25th, 2018


[Footnotes is proud to present the work of Matthew Chrisler. Matthew Chrisler is a PhD Candidate at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He is currently conducting…


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Guest Blog: Benjamin Collins

MarkR , September 24th, 2018


In 2015 Dr. Benjamin Collins was awarded a Post-Ph.D. Research Grant to aid research on “Late MIS 3 Behavioral Diversity:


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