April 2017

Volume 9 | Number 1 | April 2017

Features

Ethnography on Trial by Diane Austin, Lauren Penny, and Tom McGuire

“There Are No Straight Lines in Nature”: Making Living Maps in West Papua by Sophie Chao

In-between Ethnography and Filmmaking: Field Notes and Rituals behind the Frame by Adriana Vila Guevara

Trump Watch

Surveilling Trump: A Call to Action by Rylan Higgins

From Trucks to Trump: The Role of Small-Town Values in Driving Votes by Morgan Ramsey-Elliot

More on the Anthropology of Trump by Paul Stoller

Findings

“Studying Up” and Contemporary Cases of Institutional Knowledge Production by CUNY Graduate School Student Collective: Matthew Chrisler, Angela Crumdy, Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot, Sarah Molinari, Samuel Novacich, Helen Panagiotopoulos

Material Matters

The Material Culture of Green Living in Hong Kong by Loretta Ieng Tak Lou

Visual Essay

Just A Tribute? Text by Graham Clark, Photos by Graham Clark and Daniel Vega-Warholy

Media

Ethnographic Apps/Apps as Ethnography by Samuel Gerald Collins, Matthew Durington, Paolo Favero,
Krista Harper, Ali Kenner, Casey O’Donnell

Rasanblaj

Trumped Again: The Elections from the Margins of US Empire by Melissa Rosario

Trump and the Refugees: Views from “Downunder” by Gerhard Ho staedter

Books and Arts

Facing the Future by Jenny Huberman

Reclaiming Media Ideologies by Jordan Kraemer

Poetry

Where Is the Blood? by Howard F. Stein

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