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Amy Speier , May 20th, 2021
Figure 1. Sue’s writing space in the beautiful Syilx (Okanagan) Nation territory. With Scooter, the family’s unruly cat. The development of our writing dyad has unfolded organically over…
Awah Kum Tchouaffi , December 30th, 2020
Abstract: It is known through anthropological literature that African countries are distinguished by a category of medicine that many specialists call ethnomedicine or traditional African medicine. F…
Patrick Mbullo , December 11th, 2020
Figure 1: Adia’s writing space “A special thanks to all the elders who ever told me to learn to be still. Research need not be running around in…
Andrea Wojcik , December 4th, 2020
Figure 1: Rachel’s writing space with friend Jasper (2007-2019) (Photograph by Rachel Prentice) Rachel E. Prentice is a no muss, no fuss anthropologist of medicine, technology, and the…
jeremy schmidt , April 25th, 2019
This is a great looking new title edited by Ingrid Stefanovic here with the University of Toronto Press. Facing droughts, floods, and water security challenges, society is increasingly…
Proshant Chakraborty , July 13th, 2018
Hautalk is an opportunity to reinvigorate and remake our disciplinary identities. But how can we move this discussion beyond disciplinary boundaries—into spaces where we practice our craft? This…
Haidy Geismar , January 30th, 2017
Haidy Geismar, UCL Anthropology and Chair of the R.A.I Photo Committee On December 8, 2016, the Photography Committee of the Royal Anthropological Institute convened its first Photo Salon….