Tag: Society for the Anthropology of North America

Sound Politics in COVID-19 Brooklyn

Elisa Lanari , October 19th, 2020

Last spring, New Yorkers participated in the 7:00 p.m. clap to show solidarity with “essential workers” and assuage feelings of isolation. They used noisy cacerolazos to mobilize collectiv…

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Rapping Blackness

David Flood , September 12th, 2019

As a biracial man, there’s something visceral about being in a room full of black people of all shades, from across the United States—all of whom have dressed…

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For the Love of Football

Megan Raschig , August 21st, 2018

After sitting through exactly 70 minutes of meetings and film-watching, the players made their way out to the practice field by 8:30 a.m., equipped in pads and helmets….

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Dancing with the Spirits

Alexandra Frankel , July 19th, 2018

In a present colored by forces of globalization and the Anthropocene, Masewal dancers reconnect with their spiritual landscape to visualize alternative futures. Mexico today is gripped by a…

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Defend and Transform

Alison Kanosky , March 2nd, 2017

The Fight Forward for Public Education In the aftermath of the US presidential election, policy pundits and even some activists have suggested that diverse schools can help heal…

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