A listicle on the many uses of poop in the latest issue of Anthropology News.
How can zines and independent publishing urge collective reimagining of anthropological scholarship and its audiences? (Or at least, how can they help us have a little more fun?)
This year’s American Anthropological Association meeting is likely to be one of the weirder ones in recent memory.
For the past several years, the graduate students of the Ohio State Department of Anthropology have produced A Story of … More
This project has taken several years to come together, but I’m happy to share that “The Social Network of US … More
Elizabeth Chin, @nidhisrathore, @allergyPhD, @dorinnekondo, Chibundo Egwuatu & others at #WakandaUniversity gave us an alternative vision of what the space … More
At this year’s AAA meeting, I’ll be presenting a paper on a panel titled “The Cultural Work of Aesthetics: Brazilian … More
A paper I authored with several colleagues titled “The Social Network of U.S. Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently … More
On Tuesday afternoon at the American Anthropological Association Meeting, I had the opportunity to participate as discussant on a panel … More
What does the Culture and Agriculture section of the American Anthropological Association have brewing up for this year’s meeting? Take … More