Coedited by Yarimar Bonilla (Rutgers University) and Adia Benton (Northwestern University) “Rethinking Public Anthropologies in the Digital Age: Toward a New Dialogue” In the launch essay for Public Anthropologies, coeditors Adia Benton and Yarimar Bonilla discuss their plans for the section. They talk about the particularities of public anthropology in the digital age, what kind of approaches will be highlighted in the section, and how submissions will be evaluated. To submit a piece to public anthropologies, please consult our guidelines and write to us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. And get the latest Public Anthropologies news on their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. “De-Provincializing Development” Series This series examines the United Nations’ newly established Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Click the link to view the posts for each goal. Anthropology and Disaster Risk Reduction December 18, 2018In this post, Kim Fortun explores how anthropological knowledge might supplement efforts to understand and interrogate disaster vulnerability and political responsibility. Forum on “Unrequited Engagement” November 6, 2018A forum on the article "Unrequited Engagement: Misadventures in Advocating for Medicaid Expansion" by Emily K. Brunson, Jessica M. Mulligan, Elise Andaya, Milena A. Melo, and Susan Sered. What to Know about Race and Voting in America October 29, 2018In this post, Emily Weisenberger discusses voting rights and efforts to combat voter suppression in US elections. Cities and Urban Planning: Missing Dialogues October 23, 2018In this post, Britt Dahlberg reflects on ways to expand public dialogue about creating safe and inclusive cities. The Gruel of Law October 8, 2018In this post, Darryl Li explores some of the myths around courts and the rule of law, and comments on the recent Kavanaugh hearings. Imagining an End to Poverty: New UN Sustainable Development Goals and the United States September 25, 2018In this post, Angelique Haugerud examines the politics of poverty and how we measure economic progress. Decentralizing Energy July 3, 2018In this post, Myles Lennon and Douglas Rogers consider the promises and potential pitfalls of decentralized energy systems. Cover the Earth: Reclaiming Life and Land through the Prism of a Green Aesthetic June 12, 2018In this post, Kath Weston pushes us to think beyond "green" forms of environmentalism. Gender-Based Violence in the US April 3, 2018In this post, Sameena Mulla calls for an expanded understanding of gender-based violence in the US and our possible responses to it. Held Back: The Reluctance to Adopt a Human Rights Approach to Education in the US March 20, 2018In this post, Amanda Walker Johnson explores why the US has struggled to achieve real equity in public education.