In this essay, the authors of "The Balinese Cockfight Reimagined: Tajen: Interactive and the Prospects for a Multimodal Anthropology" discuss their project and how they imagine it can be used inside and outside the classroom.
This special section reviews Esther Newton's Mother Camp almost fifty years after its initial release, reflecting on its groundbreaking insights as well as its continued relevance. The reviews are free to access through the end of the year.
In this episode of Anthropological Airwaves, we talk with Tiffany Earley-Spadoni (University of Central Florida) and Stefani Crabtree (Penn State) about digital archaeology, covering both its more humanistic and computational modes.
This virtual issue brings together articles published in American Anthropologist around race and biology, focusing on genetics as one way to understand—and counter misunderstandings about—human difference.