Tag: Publication

New book chapter: Restraint Without Control

Rex , August 3rd, 2021

Very proud to have a new chapter out in the new edited volume The Absent Presence of the State in Large-Scale Resource Extraction Projects edited by Nick Bainton…

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Book review: Lohmann’s “Haunted Pacific”

Rex , August 3rd, 2021

It’s the end of the summer so I have a variety of updates to make to keep up with all the things I’ve been publishing. First up is…

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Go read my interview with Martha Macintyre!

Rex , January 21st, 2021

I’m very proud to announce that my interview with Martha Macintyre is now available, open access, from ANU Press. It is a chapter in the wonderful new volume…

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Vale Jaimie Pearl Bloom

Rex , January 7th, 2021

I wanted to let you know that my obituary of Jaimie Bloom is now available from American Anthropologist: https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aman.13525 Jaimie&#8217…

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I’m very proud of this special issue on Bernard Narokobi

Rex , September 4th, 2020

After many years of work by my co-editor Lise Dobrin and myself (well, really, mostly Lise) as well as our authors, I am very proud to announce that…

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Some of my new publications are now available on ResearchGate

Rex , May 16th, 2019

For some reason I’ve chosen to put my work on ResearchGate rather than Academia.edu… I’m afraid I don’t have the energy to put everything I write on both…

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My new encyclopedia article about Marshall Sahlins is now available… for very wealthy libraries

Rex , November 5th, 2018

It took a while, but I have a short encyclopedia entry about Marshall Sahlins in Wiley’s International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. After a long period of being hostile to secondary sources…

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Consulting Podcasters: Prototyping a Democratic Tool for Multiple Voices, Storytelling and Solution Finding – This Anthro Life

Gamwell , April 30th, 2018

Photo: Gigi Taylor Thanks to the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) for having Adam Gamwell and Matt Artz of This Anthro Life present at the annual meeting in…

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Cooking Up an International Market for Quinoa – new essay by Adam Gamwell and Corinna Howland out today on SAPIENS!

Gamwell , August 16th, 2017

Hey there in Anthro Land, we’re thrilled to let you know TAL’s Adam Gamwell and Corinna Howland have published a feature photo essay on everyone’s favorite food – quinoa…

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Allegra , May 3rd, 2017

Allegra welcomes your contributions – we are thrilled to spread the word on new & exciting discussions in the world of anthropology and beyond! Below are our submission…


Happy New Year from Allegra!

Judith Beyer , January 16th, 2017

After a well deserved break during the holiday season, Allegra is back and full of energy for yet another exciting year! We have lots of wonderful stuff –…


Of Quinoa, Agricultural Science, and Social Change – New Essay from Adam Gamwell on the Savage Minds Anthropologies Projects

Gamwell , December 2nd, 2016

Photo: Colin Stone Peacock TAL’s Adam Gamwell has a new essay about his research on quinoa biodiversity in Peru out on Savage Minds blog! Excerpt: Specters of the…

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Book Launch: Revisiting the Origins of Human Rights

Ukri Soirila , December 3rd, 2015

The cozy University of Helsinki Think Corner turned out to be too small for the book launch of Revisiting the Origins of Human Rights, edited by Pamela Slotte…


An article! An article!

The Anxious Anthropologist , December 2nd, 2015

If there’s one thing that helps to ground you when you’ve felt voiceless or powerless in the past, it’s when you see the writing equivalent of your name…

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Thematic week: History of #HumanRights

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari , November 30th, 2015

This Allegra week will be devoted to a theme that we have not previously addressed, namely the history of human rights. Furthermore, this thematic week will be arranged…


REDUX: The Rise and Fall of Human Rights in Occupied Palestine – by Lori Allen

Tobias Kelly , November 5th, 2015

When Lori Allen‘s The Rise and Fall of Human Rights: Cynicism and Politics in Occupied Palestine appeared last year, it was – of course – a book of timely…


Learning from failure: The case of the disappearing Web site

Fran Barone , August 9th, 2015

This article that I wrote with David Zeitlyn and Viktor Mayer-Schönberger based on the digital ethnographic research I did for the Oxford Internet Institute/Oxford Anthropology in 2014/15 came…


Rights and Responsibilities: Anonymous Peer Review

Judith Beyer , June 22nd, 2015

Anonymous peer review has the power to transform. It can turn trust into suspicion; it can be uplifting or leave you without a leg to stand on. It…


full text online publications coming soon

anthropolitics , October 17th, 2013

I have started putting up papers, book reviews and some book chapters on http://uq.academia.edu/GerhardHoffstaedter, but not everyone is on the one platform, so I’ll build a repository for…


Confronting race and racism in anthropology

Fran Barone , May 30th, 2013

The latest issue of Anthropologies containing a collection of short pieces on race and racism is now available. Check out the table of contents below for the complete…


The Neoliberalized, Debt-plagued, Low Wage, Corporatized University

Fran Barone , January 18th, 2013

The latest issue of Anthropologies, including my submission, is now available (see table of contents below). I recommend reading all the articles in full and have quoted selected…