September 2017

Volume 9 | Number 2 | September 2017

Features

Anthropology Now and Then in the American Museum of Natural History: An Alternative Museum by Emily Martin and Susan Harding

Shifting Perspectives on The Africa Hall at the American Museum of Natural History by Enid Schildkrout and Jacklyn Grace Lacey

Primates of Vietnam: Conservation in a Rapidly Developing Country by Herbert H. Covert, Hoang Minh Duc, and Le Khac Quyet with Andie Ang, Amy Harrison-Levine, and Tran Van Bang

Myth, Memory, and Militarization: A Case of Selective Amnesia at Grand-Pré, Nova Scotia by Jonathan Fowler

I Feel Therefore I Matter: Emotional Rhetoric and Autism Self-advocacy by Ben Belek

Findings

“Law and Order”: Scrutinizing the Campaign Promise by CUNY Graduate School Student Collective
Matthew Chrisler, Angela Crumdy, Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot, Lisa Figueroa-Jahn, Ola Galal, Sarah Molinari, and Samuel Novacich

Material Matters

Home and Homeland: Limeño Families’ Aesthetics Project a Sense of Place by Angela Orlando

Media

On The Matter of Film by Alice Apley

Engaged Media Scholarship: Making Place with Community Organizers by George Villanueva

Books and Arts

Clap Along If You Feel Like Happiness Is the Truth by Neeraj Vedwan

The Right to El mall by Héctor Beltrán

“Not all Suffering Is Illness; Some Suffering Is Political”: The Ambit of Radical Care by Jenna Grant

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