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, Emily Weisenberger explores how anthropologists have thought about their roles in restorative justice projects.
In the fourth and final episode of this special feature on “The Military Present,” Emily Sogn and Vasiliki Touhouliotis discuss war, injury, and the production of ungovernable life in Iraq and beyond with anthropologist and physician Omar Dewachi (American University of Beirut).
Supplementary material for "When Did the Swahili Become Maritime?: A Reply to Fleisher et al. (2015), and to the Resurgence of Maritime Myopia in the Archaeology of the East African Coast" by Chapurukha M. Kusimba and Jonathan R. Walz