Charting New Territory

Charting New Territory

Catherine Lee (U of Hawaiʻi Manoa)
The Intersection of Language and Geography When most people think about linguistic geography, if they think of it at all, they think of dial
A Taste of the Basque Country

A Taste of the Basque Country

Nikki Gorrell (C Western Idaho)
My first trip to the Basque Country, an ethnic nation straddling northwest Spain and southwest France, was not academic in nature; I was the
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A Tale of Two Museums

A Tale of Two Museums

Joseba Zulaika (U Nevada, Reno)
Among Basques, it used to be “the anthropologist as hero.” By the turn of the new millennium it was “the architect as hero.” Two mus
Edited Out of History

Edited Out of History

Aimee Medeiros (U California, San Francisco)
How the Absence of Black and Brown Children from the Historical Record Could be Hazardous to Your Health When Lewis Hine took a job as the p
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Why Are People on the Move?

Why Are People on the Move?

Leslie Walker, AAA Public Education Initiative Project Manager
At the 2016 Folklife Festival AAA asks what objects you would take with you if you suddenly had to move and how you would cope with new surr
Why We Need to Stop Talking about Trans People in the Bathroom

Why We Need to Stop Talking about Trans People in the Bathroom

Elijah Adiv Edelman (Rhode Island C)
In a May 18, 2016 Time magazine article titled “What Science Says About the Bathroom Debate,”  journalist and Time magazine editor-at
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Garbage, Waste-Products, and Value in Kunming

Garbage, Waste-Products, and Value in Kunming

Adam Liebman
Since 2009, news outlets across China have repeated the mantra that “two-thirds of China’s cities face besiegement by garbage”—con
Call for Proposals: Research Methods

Call for Proposals: Research Methods

What Research Methods Are You Using This Summer? This summer, Anthropology News would like to hear about the creative or innovative methods
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Charting New Territory

Charting New Territory

Catherine Lee (U of Hawaiʻi Manoa)
The Intersection of Language and Geography When most people think about linguistic geography, if they think of it at all, they think of dial
A Taste of the Basque Country

A Taste of the Basque Country

Nikki Gorrell (C Western Idaho)
My first trip to the Basque Country, an ethnic nation straddling northwest Spain and southwest France, was not academic in nature; I was the
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A Tale of Two Museums

A Tale of Two Museums

Joseba Zulaika (U Nevada, Reno)
Among Basques, it used to be “the anthropologist as hero.” By the turn of the new millennium it was “the architect as hero.” Two mus
Edited Out of History

Edited Out of History

Aimee Medeiros (U California, San Francisco)
How the Absence of Black and Brown Children from the Historical Record Could be Hazardous to Your Health When Lewis Hine took a job as the p
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Why Are People on the Move?

Why Are People on the Move?

Leslie Walker, AAA Public Education Initiative Project Manager
At the 2016 Folklife Festival AAA asks what objects you would take with you if you suddenly had to move and how you would cope with new surr
Why We Need to Stop Talking about Trans People in the Bathroom

Why We Need to Stop Talking about Trans People in the Bathroom

Elijah Adiv Edelman (Rhode Island C)
In a May 18, 2016 Time magazine article titled “What Science Says About the Bathroom Debate,”  journalist and Time magazine editor-at
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Garbage, Waste-Products, and Value in Kunming

Garbage, Waste-Products, and Value in Kunming

Adam Liebman
Since 2009, news outlets across China have repeated the mantra that “two-thirds of China’s cities face besiegement by garbage”—con
Call for Proposals: Research Methods

Call for Proposals: Research Methods

What Research Methods Are You Using This Summer? This summer, Anthropology News would like to hear about the creative or innovative methods
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