Gender, Education and the Drive for Well-Being in Belize

Gender, Education and the Drive for Well-Being in Belize

Eileen Anderson-Fye (Case Western Reserve U)
I was flooded with memories last January as I stepped into the rural high school on Ambergris Caye, Belize. Nearly two decades earlier, I ha
Two Anthropologists Look beyond Diplomacy for a Peace Framework in South Sudan

Two Anthropologists Look beyond Diplomacy for a Peace Framework in South Sudan

Sharon E Hutchinson (U Wisconsin–Madison) and Naomi R Pendle (London School of Economics and Political Science) have just published “Vio
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At the Margins of Celebrity Culture

At the Margins of Celebrity Culture

Vanessa Díaz (California State U, Fullerton)
Criminalizing the Latina/o Paparazzi of Los Angeles With all of the focus today on the treatment of Latinas/os as “illegal” under US imm
Highlights from SACC Fest 2015

Highlights from SACC Fest 2015

Amanda Paskey (SACC President)
AnnMarie Beasley (SACC Program Chair)
A’o aku. A’o mai. (Teach. Learn. Share.) The Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges’ conference, SACC Fest 2015, was h
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Interview Methods of an Artist

Interview Methods of an Artist

Carrie Ida Edinger
Casual and formal interview methods are research techniques shared by artists and anthropologists. The conversation from these interviews be
Culture Through The Photographer’s Lens

Culture Through The Photographer’s Lens

Myeashea Alexander
Photographer Damari McBride uses his camera to not just capture people and places, but to give voice to the stories and memories that are th
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Fieldwork Equipment That (Hopefully) Won’t Break the Bank

Fieldwork Equipment That (Hopefully) Won’t Break the Bank

Matthew L Hale (Indiana U)
Digital Audio Recorders Every task necessitates a tool and ethnography is no exception. As twenty-first century student anthropologists, we
“Pro-Government” Is Not “Pro-Corruption” in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquakes

“Pro-Government” Is Not “Pro-Corruption” in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquakes

Catherine Sanders
Kimber Haddix McKay
Angjuk Lama
Pralhad Dhakal
Since the April 25th earthquake in Nepal, as anthropologists, aid workers, Nepalis and outsiders, we have responded to our grief in both lau
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Gender, Education and the Drive for Well-Being in Belize

Gender, Education and the Drive for Well-Being in Belize

Eileen Anderson-Fye (Case Western Reserve U)
I was flooded with memories last January as I stepped into the rural high school on Ambergris Caye, Belize. Nearly two decades earlier, I ha
Two Anthropologists Look beyond Diplomacy for a Peace Framework in South Sudan

Two Anthropologists Look beyond Diplomacy for a Peace Framework in South Sudan

Sharon E Hutchinson (U Wisconsin–Madison) and Naomi R Pendle (London School of Economics and Political Science) have just published “Vio
-
At the Margins of Celebrity Culture

At the Margins of Celebrity Culture

Vanessa Díaz (California State U, Fullerton)
Criminalizing the Latina/o Paparazzi of Los Angeles With all of the focus today on the treatment of Latinas/os as “illegal” under US imm
Highlights from SACC Fest 2015

Highlights from SACC Fest 2015

Amanda Paskey (SACC President)
AnnMarie Beasley (SACC Program Chair)
A’o aku. A’o mai. (Teach. Learn. Share.) The Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges’ conference, SACC Fest 2015, was h
-
Interview Methods of an Artist

Interview Methods of an Artist

Carrie Ida Edinger
Casual and formal interview methods are research techniques shared by artists and anthropologists. The conversation from these interviews be
Culture Through The Photographer’s Lens

Culture Through The Photographer’s Lens

Myeashea Alexander
Photographer Damari McBride uses his camera to not just capture people and places, but to give voice to the stories and memories that are th
-
Fieldwork Equipment That (Hopefully) Won’t Break the Bank

Fieldwork Equipment That (Hopefully) Won’t Break the Bank

Matthew L Hale (Indiana U)
Digital Audio Recorders Every task necessitates a tool and ethnography is no exception. As twenty-first century student anthropologists, we
“Pro-Government” Is Not “Pro-Corruption” in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquakes

“Pro-Government” Is Not “Pro-Corruption” in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquakes

Catherine Sanders
Kimber Haddix McKay
Angjuk Lama
Pralhad Dhakal
Since the April 25th earthquake in Nepal, as anthropologists, aid workers, Nepalis and outsiders, we have responded to our grief in both lau
-