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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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:

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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April 2012

Volume 4 / Number 1 / April 2012 This issue includes: A Right to Beauty by Alexander Edmonds Who Cares for the Caregivers? by Jonathan

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