Municipal policymakers have turned Eskisehir into a vision of the model European-like city focused on waterfront restructuring projects. But not everyone has gained from their restructuring program.
What can we learn from the individuals who embody the diversity that banks and other corporations now seek?
The 2021 AAA Annual Meeting theme is a call to reimagine anthropology to meet the demands of the present moment.
In her wide-ranging career, Shirley Gorenstein was a Mesoamerican archaeologist, who, after a decade as a faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at Columbia University, founded a public archaeology program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), in Troy, New York, and later was founding chair of the Department of Science and Technology Studies at RPI.
Mutale Chileshe, the unit head for society in medicine at Zambia’s Copperbelt University School of Medicine, made a powerful impact as an anthropologist teaching within a medical school.
Jorge A. Flores-Ochoa, professor emeritus of the San Antonio Abad National University of Cuzco, Peru, passed away from complications of COVID-19 at the age of 85 on August 20, 2020, in the Imperial City of the Incas where he was born and lived his entire life.
To celebrate the creepy time of year, this fall Anthropology News is turning a spooky eye to spectral apparitions and things that go bump in the night. What can anthropology tell us about ghosts and hauntings of all kinds in all places: ghosts ritual and metaphorical, economic and political, long-experienced and recently imagined?
We are presented with an opportunity to make virtual spaces more accessible, which means more disabled people will be able to actively be present.
Care workers exercise agency to dismiss prejudicial attitudes toward their work and meet the care needs of an aging population.
2019 Council on Anthropology and Education Outstanding Book Award winner Gabrielle Oliveira recounts findings from the ethnographic study that formed the basis of her award-winning book.