HTS and the Ethics of Anthropology

3 thoughts on “HTS and the Ethics of Anthropology”

  1. As an early responder to the original discussion about anthropologists participating or not in the so-called Human Terrain project, I was encouraged to see that we as a profession were able to learn from our past history– as well as the past history of US military endeavors– to know better than to put ourselves professionally at the service of war making again. It is no surprise how this situation has turned out– and only very discouraging that the discipline often touted as more scientific and objective (psychology) was so poorly put into service not even of questionable efforts, but of blatantly inhuman work.

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