No-till is a soil conservation practice that has been widely adopted by Midwestern farmers. But what are the trade-offs that come with it?
You can watch my most recent lecture shared with the Department of Anthropology at SUNY-Brockport.
Read the latest statement from the Association of Black Anthropologists.
University of Texas Press just posted a short interview with me about my new book Amazonia in the Anthropocene: People, … More
“Men’s cotton briefs can serve the needs of science when buried in a field for a few weeks. It’s a … More
This month’s edition of Anthropology News focuses on climate change. I contributed a short piece titled “Managing Uncertainty in Rural Amazonia: … More
Gary Nabhan just published a valuable op-ed in the New York Times discussing the coming food crisis and how we … More
“If the world were a bank, we’d save it.”
In Brazilian Amazonia, the price of manioc flour has risen significantly in the past year. Mostly recently, the prices of … More
What might North Korean archaeologists find next???