In the first episode of this special feature, Vasiliki Touhouliotis and Emily Sogn present us with an anthropologically informed view of the militarized logics operating in our public discourse and speak with Dr. Joseph P. Masco (Chicago) to help historicize these logics and discourses to understand the work that they do in creating our "military present."
In this series, our contributing editors reflect on a set of articles from the archives of American Anthropologist that speaks to their research interests. Here, Channah Leff investigates the biocultural aspects of eating disorders.
Supplementary material for "Teaching Anthropology with Primate Documentaries: Investigating Instructors’ Use of Films and Introducing the Primate Films Database" by Crystal M. Riley Koenig, Bryan L. Koenig, and Crickette M. Sanz.
In this new series, our contributing editors reflect on a set of articles from the archives of American Anthropologist that speaks to their research interests. Here, Anthony Tricarico investigates the human-environment dialectic through recent work in historical ecology.
The December 2017 issue features a World Anthropologies section on the anthropologies of tourism. In the foreword, Noel B. Salazar argues that “mainstream scholarship seems mostly unaware of ‘Other’ anthropologies of tourism.” The essays and commentaries in this section attempt to remedy this. Foreword Anthropologies of Tourism: What’s in a Name? Noel B. Salazar Essays Development, Power,…