Tag: Online Exclusives

Virtual Ruination: Encountering Virtual Loss and Digital Ephemerality

Jessica Marie Falcone , September 3rd, 2021


Jessica Marie Falcone As I logged into the virtual world of Second Life (SL) in October 2020, I was expecting my a…


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Lessons from European Austerity Facilitate Grassroots Collective Responses amid COVID-19

Katie Nelson , December 15th, 2020


Bayla Ostrach and Megan A. Carney Neighborhood-level social solidarity efforts that emerged following the 2008 global fina…


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(COVID) Time Marches Grinds On

Katie Nelson , September 2nd, 2020


(COVID) Time Marches Grinds On Robert Myers When did it become July? Last month, I guess. A lot of flag waving and firewor…


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A Room with a View: Observations from Two Pandemics

Katie Nelson , August 28th, 2020


Linda M. Whiteford To cite this article: Linda M. Whiteford (2020) A Room with a View: Observations from Two Pandemics, Anthropology Now, 12:1, 7-10, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1760630 To link…


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American Media on Iran: Hostage to a Worldview

Katie Nelson , July 25th, 2020


Narges Bajoghli To cite this article: Narges Bajoghli (2019) American Media on Iran: Hostage to a Worldview, Anthropology Now, 11:3, 31-38, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2019.1747886 “Will Iran stick t…


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Making Academic Research Accessible: An Infographic Describing Older Women’s Experiences of Housing Insecurity

Katie Nelson , July 25th, 2020


Kelly O’Neil To cite this article: Kelly O’Neil (2019) Making Academic Research Accessible: An Infographic Describing Older Women’s Experiences of Housing Insecurity, Anthropology Now, 11:3, 45-62…


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On the Road During a Time of War: Migrant Journeys Through a Wary Europe

Katie Nelson , July 25th, 2020


Mary D’Ambrosio To cite this article: Mary D’Ambrosio (2019) On the Road During a Time of War: Migrant Journeys Through a Wary Europe, Anthropology Now, 11:3, 1-11, DOI:…


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The Names

Katie Nelson , June 16th, 2020


THE NAMES an essay by James Clifford   Access and read the essay here, or by clicking on the image below. …


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Kill the Animals, Save the Animals: Watch a Gamer Subculture Define Its Values at Games Done Quick

Graham Clark , January 7th, 2018


A crowd of fans and friends circle around Asa Tims, at upper left. Tims speedruns and commentates on others’ runs under the name Spike Vegeta. While he was…


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Jamaica: A Queer Place

Rich Blint * , July 1st, 2015


An aerial view of the city of Kingston, Jamaica. Photo courtesy of wikimedia commons. The dump in Riverton has started burning again. A stinking heap of tires, plastic,…


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Burying Minority Istanbul: Last Glimpses of the Cosmopolitan City

Mary D’Ambrosio , April 17th, 2015


The Surp Hovhannes Armenian church, in Istanbul’s Samatya neighborhood. Like many of the city’s churches and synagogues, it is heavily fortified. Photo by Mary D’Ambrosio. April …


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Fighting an Invisible Enemy in Liberia: the Use of Popular Culture Against Ebola

Ingrid Gercama , March 31st, 2015


Two boys manifest the importance of dance in Liberian culture. Dressed in their best attire they shake their legs and tap their feet, with their faces composed throughout…


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Riots, Rage and Populism: Voices from the Austere City

Maurizio Albahari , January 23rd, 2015


Greetings from Naples. Photo by Maurizio Albahari. Pope Francis for President. It’s the latest provocation of Italian comedy sketches, but it generates bitter laughter. It speaks to the…


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Recalled to Life: On the Meaning and Power of a Die-In

Donna Auston , January 16th, 2015


Die-in at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Photo credit: Aries Dela Cruz I have never died before. In the beginning of December, at the…


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