This year’s American Anthropological Association meeting is likely to be one of the weirder ones in recent memory.
Category: public anthropology
Debating the Origins of the Anthropocene (on NPR)
I chatted with Rebecca Hersher from NPR about the contested visions of the Anthropocene.
Ecologies of (Human) Waste
Check out my presentation for the 2020 Society for Cultural Anthropology virtual conference (#Distribute2020).
New Zine on the History of Sanitation
Our zine “Infrastructural Digest” is finally done. Download a free digital copy.
Amazonia and the Ontological Turn: A Dialogue
In July 2017, I visited Manaus to work on a new collaboration with researchers in the Sociology Department at the … More
A Story of Us Podcast
For the past several years, the graduate students of the Ohio State Department of Anthropology have produced A Story of … More
Wakanda University at #AmAnth2018
Elizabeth Chin, @nidhisrathore, @allergyPhD, @dorinnekondo, Chibundo Egwuatu & others at #WakandaUniversity gave us an alternative vision of what the space … More
What Happens When We Flush? Public Talk at Whetstone Library
If you want to learn about all the fascinating things central Ohio does with its so-called “human waste,” come to … More
U.S. Academic Anthropology’s Hiring Network
A paper I authored with several colleagues titled “The Social Network of U.S. Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently … More
Lee Hoffer on the Opioid Epidemic
Last week, the OSU Undergraduate Anthropology Club invited Lee Hoffer, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University, to … More