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 […]

The Habitus of Agglomeration: Crowding and (Non) Compliance in an Indian City

Karen Coelho & Mathangi Krishnamurthy Introduction: Crowds and the City Distancing, isolation and the thinning out of public spaces in Indian cities have offered up new pastoral landscapes of delight for the urban dweller—clean air, summer blooms, wind- swept highways and assorted wildlife crossing streets.1 The quiet that has overtaken our cities is being celebrated as […]

September 2020

Volume 12 | Number 2 | September 2020 AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AirwaysMary Louise Pratt Making Meat in the Time of COVID-19Donald D. Stull Working Through the Pandemic: What Crises Tell Us About EconomicsDavid Griffith The Habitus of Agglomeration: Crowding and (Non) Compliance in an Indian CityKaren Coelho and Mathangi Krishnamurthy Where Have All […]

Making Meat in the Time of COVID-19

Donald D. Stull To cite this article: Donald D. Stull (2020) Making Meat in the Time of COVID-19, Anthropology Now, 12:2, 5-17, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1820786 The first case of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the United States was identified on January 20, 2020. The first death was reported on February 29. Agricultural futures began falling in […]

Airways

Mary Louise Pratt To cite this article: Mary Louise Pratt (2020) Airways, Anthropology Now, 12:2, 1-4, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1824789 June 9, 2020. The 20-minute Xigong routine I follow every morning on YouTube is all about breathing. “If you want more energy, the best place to start is your breathing,” says my adorable guide, arms floating  above  […]

Lessons from European Austerity Facilitate Grassroots Collective Responses amid COVID-19

Bayla Ostrach and Megan A. Carney Neighborhood-level social solidarity efforts that emerged following the 2008 global financial crisis and attendant austerity measures in Sicily and Catalunya[i] continue in response to local impacts of COVID-19. These efforts have been especially pronounced in working-class and migrant neighborhoods where we conduct ongoing fieldwork — restrictions on travel related […]

Disability and Dismantling: Four Reflections in a Time of COVID-19

Rijul Kochhar To cite this article: Rijul Kochhar (2020) Disability and Dismantling: Four Reflections in a Time of COVID-19, Anthropology Now, 12:1, 73-75, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1761213 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1761213 Four thought formations coalesce in my mind as I witness the unfolding CO- VID-19 pandemic. My personal experience of living with a disability and […]

It’s All Free Speech Until Someone Dies in a Pandemic

Carolyn M. Rouse To cite this article: Carolyn M. Rouse (2020) It’s All Free Speech Until Someone Dies in a Pandemic, Anthropology Now, 12:1, 66-72, DOI: 10.1080/19428200.2020.1761212 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2020.1761212 As teens, at the suggestion of something risky or edgy, my friends and I would do our best impersonation of a scolding […]