Global Anti-Semitism on the Rise

According to a recent report by the US State Department’s Office of the Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism, global anti-Semitism is on the rise. Regions that have seen a rise in anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence include parts of the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, Argentina, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Germany, France and … Continue reading Global Anti-Semitism on the Rise

Indian Country in the News: Budget Woes, Healthcare Legislation, and a US Apology

The President’s proposed budget will cut general welfare assistance, used to improve living conditions and provide basic needs for poor American Indian families and children, by $22 million for FY09. With the country slipping into a recession and unemployment rates well above the national average, the President’s proposed budget fails to meet the needs of … Continue reading Indian Country in the News: Budget Woes, Healthcare Legislation, and a US Apology

Global Anti-Semitism on the Rise

According to a recent report by the US State Department’s Office of the Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism, global anti-Semitism is on the rise. Regions that have seen a rise in anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence include parts of the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, Argentina, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Germany, France and … Continue reading Global Anti-Semitism on the Rise

Climate Refugees

Climate Refugees in Political Pass-the-Parcel By Megan Rowling LONDON (Reuters) – The islanders of Tuvalu could lose their homes and much of their land in the coming decades. But the world has yet to figure out how it will deal with them, and millions of others, who may be displaced by climate change. “It’s a … Continue reading Climate Refugees

Anthropology Student Experience CFP

Anthropology News is seeking contributions for an upcoming thematic issue on the anthropology student experience to be published in fall 2008. Students, educators and practitioners are encouraged to participate. Thematic In Focus commentary series will address (1) university-community partnerships and interactions and (2) the diverse character of anthropology graduate programs. We also encourage proposals related … Continue reading Anthropology Student Experience CFP

Climate Refugees

Climate Refugees in Political Pass-the-Parcel By Megan Rowling LONDON (Reuters) – The islanders of Tuvalu could lose their homes and much of their land in the coming decades. But the world has yet to figure out how it will deal with them, and millions of others, who may be displaced by climate change. “It’s a … Continue reading Climate Refugees

Anthropology Student Experience CFP

Anthropology News is seeking contributions for an upcoming thematic issue on the anthropology student experience to be published in fall 2008. Students, educators and practitioners are encouraged to participate. Thematic In Focus commentary series will address (1) university-community partnerships and interactions and (2) the diverse character of anthropology graduate programs. We also encourage proposals related … Continue reading Anthropology Student Experience CFP