Virtual meetings and webinars are often touted as a way for graduate students to extend their professional connections during the pandemic. But they can be an alienating experience.
The collection of genetic biodata for the reunification of families must safeguard individuals’ agency, provide meaningful informed consent, and protect privacy.
Nina K. Müller-Schwarze and Robert Perry share reflections on their time and experience as faculty at Southern University in New Orleans.
The moment has come for a government commission on slavery and its present-day impacts; the moment has come for profound change.
How can anthropologists approach the influence of economists?
Racism permeates the academy. We will need more than performative allyship and symbolic statements condemning racism in society if we are to build a more inclusive anthropology.
Recovering germaphobes, hoarding, and an answering machine.
Fieldwork can be a contradictory and uncomfortable process. Some thoughts on shyness, relationships, and grace as I refine my own practice.
What sets apart Obama’s “Yes, we can” from most of the current Democratic candidates’ slogans?
Women have to stop misrecognizing sexism as the behaviors and practices of men alone.