Who gets to be an author in contemporary anthropology and who does not? And how does inquiry into the norms of authorship expose problems surrounding academic labor and scholarly knowledge production?
A listicle on the many uses of poop in the latest issue of Anthropology News.
This year’s American Anthropological Association meeting is likely to be one of the weirder ones in recent memory.
En julio de 2020, participé en un evento organizado por el grupo estudiantil Abya Yala (de Ohio State) y el Foro Permanente de Estudios, Investigación y Saberes Transdisciplinarios Ancestrales (en Cochabamba, Bolivia).
In July 2017, I visited Manaus to work on a new collaboration with researchers in the Sociology Department at the … More
Yesterday, Cultural Anthropology updated its recent forum on academic precarity with several additional essays, including one that I wrote about the … 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
I just published a short blog post for Ohio State’s Initiative for Food and Agricultural Transformation (InFACT), which discusses my new research … More
While living in the Peruvian Amazon, I heard several stories about “el tunchi” — a spirit of the dead that has … More