Open Anthropology, a digital-only publication of the American Anthropological Association, is proud to announce the release of its latest issue. In World on the Move: Migration Stories, editor Alisse Waterston (CUNY – John Jay College of Criminal Justice) offers thirteen articles and two book reviews of anthropological works on the movement and circulation of people, … Continue reading New Issue of Open Anthropology
Named the 2014 Distinguished Faculty by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice Alumni Association, Dr. Alisse Waterston will be honored during the annual Alumni Reunion in April. Dr. Waterston, a professor in the Department of Anthropology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice since 2003, is a cultural anthropologist who studies the human consequences … Continue reading AAA President-elect Distinguishably Honored By Students
Has the new issue of Open Anthropology, The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care, piqued your interest in anthropological understandings of health, illness, medicine, and health care? Are you interested in building the conversation on your campus or in your community? Throughout March and April, AAA is encouraging anthropology clubs and discussion … Continue reading Calling all Discussion Groups and Anthropology Clubs: Let’s Talk About the March Issue of Open Anthropology!
Open Anthropology, a digital-only, public publication of the American Anthropological Association, is proud to announce the release of its third issue. In this edition, The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care: Anthropological Views, editor Alisse Waterston (John Jay College, CUNY) curates eleven articles and three book reviews of anthropological works that encompass … Continue reading Open Anthropology – The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care: Anthropological Views
Violence is the theme of the second issue of Open Anthropology. The collection “On Violence” offers information, revelations, historical facts, descriptions of context and portraits of situations over time and place, a sampling of anthropological findings on the subject. Ten articles, two book reviews, and “The Editor’s Note” comprise this anthology written by anthropologists across … Continue reading The Second Issue of Open Anthropology is Here!
It’s time to vote in the 2013 elections. Log-in to AnthroGateway, click on the “My Information” page, and then click on the “Vote Now!” button. This month we’ll take a look at the candidates. Today’s feature are the candidates for President-Elect: Deborah Nichols and Alisse Waterston The responsibilities of the President-Elect include: Serves as Chair … Continue reading It’s time to vote in the 2013 Elections
Open Anthropology is the newest publication of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). It is a digital-only publication that will be provided to the public free of charge. This is the first AAA publication that uses responsive design and is readable on mobile devices, such as iPhones. In providing this journal to the public, AAA is … Continue reading Anthropology Weighs In On the Marriage Debate in New Public Journal