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How Karl Marx Ruined My Dinner Party

Carie Little Hersh , June 2nd, 2016

At dinner one night, I made two fatal social errors in rapid succession. First, during casual conversation with two good friends, I began talking about American culture. Not…

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Some Organs of My Primate Body

colinhoag , April 26th, 2016

By Daniel Allen Solomon, De Anza College and Cabrillo College § The “monkey temple” on Jakhoo Hill in Shimla hosts a rowdy but well integrated bunch of rhesus…


Response to Daniel Münster’s review of ‘The Darjeeling Distinction’

Sarah Besky , January 25th, 2016

The Darjeeling Distinction, as Daniel Münster notes in his thoughtful review on Allegra Lab, is about both a place and a product. Darjeeling is nestled in the Himalayan…


Fieldnotes on the Gendered Labor of Prison Visitation

kevinkarpiak , November 10th, 2015

The editors of Anthropoliteia would like to welcome a special guest post from Orisanmi Burton as part of our series of anthropological reports From the Field The New York State Department…


Web Roundup: Assorted stories by Lily Shapiro

Lily Shapiro , June 30th, 2015

It’s been a very busy week, and I imagine everyone has been reading a lot about Charleston, SCOTUS, the ISIS attacks, and Greece. This web roundup isn’t going…


Sharryn Kasmir: Mondragón coops and the anthropological imagination

Focaal Web Editor , June 29th, 2015

In 2013, Fagor Electrodomésticos, the home appliance division of the world-renowned Mondragón cooperative group, declared bankruptcy. The announcement disheartened coop advocates who consider Mondragó…