April, 2023

Vol. 15, Issue 1 – April, 2023 Features A Case Study of a Locked-Down Community under COVID-19 in BeijingHuang JingPages: 1-13Published online: 12 Oct 2023  Caring (Enough) to Kill: On Making Meat and Eating Well in Rural EgyptNoha FikryPages: 14-25Published online: 12 Oct 2023 Words, Like Viruses, Spill Over. Consider “Porn”Robert MyersPages: 26-37Published online: 12 Oct 2023  […]

April 2020

Volume 12 | Number 1 | April 2020 Editorial Editor’s NoteBy Rylan Higgins  Introduction An Anthropology of the COVID-19 PandemicRylan Higgins, Emily Martin and Maria D. Vesperi FEATURES A Room with a View: Observations from Two PandemicsLinda M. Whiteford  The Emergence of COVID-19: A Multispecies StoryEben Kirksey  Aging, Vulnerability and Questions of Care in the […]

December 2019

Volume 11 | Number 3 | December 2019 FEATURES On the Road During a Time of War: Migrant Journeys Througha Wary Europe By Mary D’Ambrosio The Syrian War and Those Who Remain By Faedah M. Totah Police Narratives of Feminicide Cases in BrazilBy Roberta Pamplona and Jerry Flores Media+ Technology American Media on Iran: Hostage […]

September 2019

Volume 11 | Numbers 1-2 | September 2019 Editor’s Note Rylan Higgins, Maria D. Vesperi and Emily Martin. Features Relax, It’s just Culture: Secularizing Conventions in Nonfiction Literatures by Susan Harding Anthropology and Creative Nonfiction by Ayla Samli Native Anthropology, to be a Native Scholar, or a Scholar that is Native: Reviving Ethnography in Indian […]

December 2018

Volume 10 | Number 3 | December 2018 See the People behind the Issue We don’t usually post our Masthead, but we thought you would appreciate learning a bit about the individuals who make Anthropology Now possible by volunteering their time, expertise and creative energy. We would like to draw particular attention to Jennifer Cool, […]

September 2018

Volume 10 | Number 2 | September 2018 Features Social Movements, Policy Change, and Abortion Access in Catalunya by Bayla Ostrach Remotely Global: How an Indigenous Village Wired Itself into the 21st Century by Roberto J. González From Crystal Skulls to the Caste War: Intersections of Tourism, Archaeology and Heritage in the Yucatán Peninsula of […]

April 2018 ~ Table of Contents

Volume 10 | Number 1 | April 2018 Features A Role for Anthropologists in the Local Food Movement by Paul Durrenberger To Protect and Improve: Developing the “Sacred Cow” in India byLaura Murray Why the Present Matters: The Importance of Community Outreach and Public Engagement in Archaeology by Tracie Mayfield and Scott E. Simmons Uncommon […]

December 2017 ~ Table of Contents

Volume 9 | Number 3 | December 2017 Features Features Special Section: The Political Aesthetics of Border Walls Edited by Abou Farman, Artist: Richard A. Lou Introduction by Abou Farman Rasquache Aesthetics and the Unmonumental Border by Miguel Diaz-Barriga and Margaret Dorsey, interviewed by Abou Farman The Speaking Fence by Annastiina Kallius Images Unwalled by […]

September 2017 ~ Table of Contents

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 […]

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: […]