Balancing Print and Online: More Anthropology News in 2013

*The following also appears in the October 2012 (53.8) issue of Anthropology News. Before the internet, AN was instrumental in communicating deadlines and details, as well as discussing issues through commentaries and letters to the editor. However, the web’s accelerated pace of communication has made print AN content regarding upcoming events out-of-date by the time … Continue reading Balancing Print and Online: More Anthropology News in 2013

Oxford Bibliographies Graduate Student Article Award in Anthropology Open for Nominations through April 15

The Oxford Bibliographies Graduate Student Article Award in Anthropology is now accepting nominations. This is an annual, invitation-only award that offers experienced doctoral candidates an opportunity to contribute to Oxford Bibliographies. The award is a great way for graduate students to draw attention to their work while also adding a peer-reviewed publication to their CVs. A … Continue reading Oxford Bibliographies Graduate Student Article Award in Anthropology Open for Nominations through April 15

AN Seeks Proposals for Series on Violence and Conflict

The subject of violence and conflict often comes to the forefront of anthropologists’ work. From interpersonal conflicts to state violence and war, anthropological perspectives can help determine its causes both in the past and present, and make recommendations for present and future responses. Anthropology News seeks proposals from AAA members for a September thematic series on … Continue reading AN Seeks Proposals for Series on Violence and Conflict

Read about Health, Well-being and Happiness in March AN

Read this month’s thematic series on health, well-being and happiness on the Anthropology News website. This month we’re pleased to start the series with essays by: Michelle Chatman | I Still Got Joy: Black Women’s Strength and Resilience after Breast Cancer  Carlos Garcia–Quijano, John J Poggie,  Ana Pitchon and  Miguel del Pozo | Investigating Coastal … Continue reading Read about Health, Well-being and Happiness in March AN

AN Seeks Proposals on Olympics

The widely-anticipated Olympics will next take place this summer in London. With this international event on the horizon, Anthropology News invites AAA members to shine an anthropological light on sports—and the Olympics—in its first exclusively online thematic series. Sports provide a unique opportunity for anthropologists from all fields to discuss a topic of great interest to the … Continue reading AN Seeks Proposals on Olympics

Boundaries Featured in Feb AN

Read this month’s thematic series on boundaries on the Anthropology News website. This month we’re pleased to start the series with essays by: Gwendolyn Ferreti-Manjarrez | Attrition via Enforcement: Snuffing Latino Immigrants Out of the Deep South Alissa Jordan | Border Agents of the Beyond in Haiti Peter C Little | Boundary Movements for Toxics … Continue reading Boundaries Featured in Feb AN