Interiors

Alisse Waterston To cite this article: Alisse Waterston (2020) Interiors, Anthropology Now, 12:3, 100-105, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1857200 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1857200 There is a sickness out there and it terrifies her. She has become a recluse, afraid to step out of the building much less venture onto the street. Her thoughts zigzag like a […]

Shit’s Getting Real: A Cultural Analysis of Toilet Paper

Grant Jun Otsuki To cite this article: Grant Jun Otsuki (2020) Shit’s Getting Real: A Cultural Analysis of Toilet Paper, Anthropology Now, 12:3, 15-23, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1884487 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1884487 Since its first detection in China in December 2019, COVID-19 has spread with alarming speed and lethality, thoroughly transforming daily life around the […]

The Fire this Time?

Michael L. Blakey To cite this article: Michael L. Blakey (2020) The Fire this Time?, Anthropology Now, 12:3, 39-49, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1884486 Michael L. Blakey The Case for Letting Anthropology Burn? Hmm. Anthropology was burning before I began my undergraduate career at Howard University in 1975. At least that’s when I first smelled the smoke. I […]

December 2020

INTRODUCING A NEW ANTHROPOLOGY NOW TEAM MEMBER Photo Editor IntroductionSydney Silverstein ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Moral Economy as Pandemic ReliefJana Tsoneva  Shit’s Getting Real: A Cultural Analysis of Toilet PaperGrant Jun Otsuki Age, Isolation and Inequality in the Time of COVID-19Elana Buch and Jessica Robbins “THE CASE FOR LETTING ANTHROPOLOGY BURN […]

Fear, Contradiction, and Coloniality in Settler Archaeology

Valerie Bondura To cite this article: Valerie Bondura (2020) Fear, Contradiction, and Coloniality in Settler Archaeology, Anthropology Now, 12:3, 146-155, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1884483To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1884483 Repatriation and Erasing the Past (University Press of Florida 2020), by Elizabeth Weiss and James W. Springer, is a polemic against the repatriation of Indigenous heritage, including the […]

April 2021

April 2021 | Volume 13 | Number 1 Introduction Introduction: Where Do We Go From Here? Lucas Bessire                                                                Features Field Notes from a Fever […]

Doni the Anthropologist’s Dog: A Scent of Ethnographic Fieldwork

George Kunnath To cite this article: George Kunnath (2020) Doni the Anthropologist’s Dog: A Scent of Ethnographic Fieldwork, Anthropology Now, 12:3, 106-121, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1884482 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1884482 Doni the anthropologist’s dog—this is how he came to be known in Krantipur, a forested region in the state of Jharkhand in eastern India. Doni […]

Where Have All the Children Gone? Against Children’s Invisibility in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Julie Spray & Jean Hunleth To cite this article: Julie Spray & Jean Hunleth (2020) Where Have All the Children Gone? Against Children’s Invisibility in the COVID-19 Pandemic, Anthropology Now, 12:2, 39-52, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1824856To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1824856 Teuila, a Tongan migrant living in New Zealand, and sisters Abby and Chiko, who live in […]

What to Do with Surveillance Capitalism?

To cite this article: Jenny Huberman (2020) What to Do with Surveillance Capitalism?, Anthropology Now, 12:2, 94-100, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1824760To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1824760   Jenny Huberman Shoshana Zuboff. 2019. The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power. London: Profile Books. 691 pages. Every now and […]

War Through the Looking Glass: Portraits of Former FARC Guerrillas in the “Truck Camera”

To cite this article: Alexander L. Fattal & Julián Mejía Villa (2020) War Through the Looking Glass: Portraits of Former FARC Guerrillas in the “Truck Camera”, Anthropology Now, 12:2, 70-79, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1825301 Alexander L. Fattal & Julián Mejía Villa Explaining how and why I recorded life-his- tory interviews with former guerrillas from the Revolutionary Armed […]