The landscape of Islam within China has been changing rapidly during the pandemic. Ethnographic fieldwork can map these erasures and disappearances in everyday life.
How one anthropologist and food activist is inspired by books that demonstrate the strength of Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, and immigrant farming and food communities.
For many graduate students, the pandemic has postponed fieldwork and changed research plans. How do we keep going and cope with these challenges to our academic careers?
Students, parents, and educators in Milwaukee continue a tradition of bilingual education activism and resist choice schools’ scaling up of linguistic subtraction.
Despite renewed enthusiasm for returning bison to the prairie, most animals are raised for commercial purposes. It might take some surprising coalitions to increase conservation herds and bring back bison to our shared landscape.
A post-COVID-19 “return to normal” implies a continuation of the very cultural, linguistic, and economic practices that precipitated the pandemic. Scholars of language and communication must do better.
A new community of YouTube creators are using video to give audiences a close-up view of antique garments and accessories. Can they inspire museums to invest in new ways to share their collections and expertise?
ASAP starts 2021 with commitments to promoting antiracism work, career opportunities, and a potential journal.
For people from Gali, the lockdowns and unpredictability brought by COVID-19 are not new. Life in this liminal conflict zone has long been punctuated by border closures and crises.
Bernice Antoville “Bunny” Kaplan, professor emerita of anthropology at Wayne State University in Detroit, died aged 97 at home in Beverly Hills, Michigan, on October 10, 2020.