December 2016

Volume 9 | Number 3 | December 2016 Features Anthropology Now and Then in the American Museum of Natural History by Susan Harding and Emily Martin New Articulations of Biological Difference in the 21st Century: A Conversation by Agustín Fuentes and Carolyn Rouse Biopolarity: Coral Scientists between Hope and Despair by Irus Braverman “To have […]

September 2016

Volume 8 | Issue 2 | September 2016 Features #EverythingMustFall: The Use of Social Media and Violent Protests in the Current Wave of Student Riots in South Africa by Bjarke Oxlund The Tintometer, Anthropology and the Science of Color by Emily Martin Caring for Computers: How Russian Data Scientists Refashion Their Laptops by Ian Lowrie […]

April 2016

Volume 8 | Issue 1 | April 2016 This issue includes: Features The CRISPR Hack: Better, Faster, Stronger by Eben Kirksey Remains of the Day: A Native American Burial Discovered in San Francisco Is Shrouded in a Fog of Acrimony by Peter W. Colby Curating the Mexican Days of the Dead: “Intangible Heritage” at the […]

December 2015

Volume 7 | Issue 3 | December 2015 This issue includes: Features The Future is Female: Bateson, Benjamin and How Women Learn in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus by Cynthia Kraman The Potholed Path: Navigating the Contested Landscape of English Caravan Site Policy by Bel Parnell-Berry Idle Hands: Individual Effects of the Mechanization of Chinese Shadow Puppet […]

September 2015

Volume 7 | Issue 2 | September 2015 This issue includes: Features Healing Circles and Restorative Justice: Learning from Non-Anglo American Traditions by Timothy H. Gailey The Law, Society and a Larger Vision: A Commentary on Healing Circles and Restorative Justice by Francis J. Larkin Perpetual War with text by Katherine T. McCaffrey and photos […]

April 2015

Volume 7 / Issue 1 / April 2015 This issue includes: Features Solidarity and Resistance on the Island of Llingua by Anton Daughters Sebastian Junger’s The Last Patrol: A Dialogue by Alisse Waterston with Sebastian Junger The Promising Predicament of the Keystone XL Pipeline by David Bond Water Crisis in India: Cross-Currents of Tradition, Nationalism […]

December 2014

Volume 6 / Issue 3 / December 2014 Austerity and Resistance in the Midwest This issue includes: A Tale of Two Cities by Ida Susser Remapping the Motor City and the Politics of Austerity by Andrew Newman and Sara Safransky Transformative Coalition in Wisconsin: Finding a Way Forward by Jane Collins From Welfare Queens to […]

September 2014

Volume 6 / Number 2 / September 2014 This issue includes: Beer through the Ages: The Role of Beer in Shaping Our Past and Current Worlds. by John W. Arthur Trademarking Racism: Pseudo-Indian Symbols and the Business of Professional Sports. by Pauline Turner Strong The Sound of Silence in Cairo: Affects, Politics and Belonging. by […]

April 2014

Volume 6 / Number 1 / April 2014 This issue includes: Obesity Science and Health Translations in Guatemala: Engagement in Practice by Emily Yates-Doerr After a Lifetime of Labor: Informal Work among the Retired in Romania by Gerard A. Weber Throw a Survey at It: Questioning Soldier Resilience in the US Army by Emily Sogn […]

September 2013

Volume 5 / Number 2 / September 2013 This issue includes: Middle-Class Compassion and Man Boobs by Thaïs Machado-Borges The Opportunity Warehouse by Jed B. Tucker When a Beginning Is Not a Beginning by Kathryn B. H. Clancy Unconventional Archaeologies in Setauket, New York by Christopher N. Matthews Performing (and Ignoring) Preparedness in the United […]