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  1. “We need other kinds of stories,” Donna Haraway implores as she faces the camera. “Storying otherwise.” What form should such stories take? What might they sound or feel like?

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  2. 33 minutes ago

    How did local residents of Russian host-cities experience the World Cup? Find out in "Watching the World Cup in Russia" at

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  3. 13 hours ago

    Are you 1) a person with some podcasting experience, 2) planning to head to , AND 3) interested in helping podcast the conference? If you fit these criteria, then pls drop me a DM/email

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  4. “(W)Rap on: ” is the second episode of the (W)Rap On series at , which brings anthropologists into conversation with artists, activists, and scholars from other disciplines and perspectives. Listen to the latest:

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  5. Storying Otherwise. A Review of Donna : Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Alexandra Middleton ()

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  6. 18 hours ago

    Artifacts uncovered. Treasures lost. Data crunched. A birthday revived. And more of 2018's biggest anthropology stories.

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  7. Jan 4

    Nice to see anthropologist Kristen Ghodsee featured in this PBS NewsHour segment: Could socialist policies give American women better lives?

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  8. 17 hours ago

    Latest episode of AnthroPod's very cool "(W)Rap on" series, which puts anthropologists and public figures into conversation.

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  9. As part of an exciting new initiative, the Foundation will award a special $1million grant to a randomly selected Dissertation Fieldwork Grant application containing the phrase "you gotta hand it to them"

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  10. 20 hours ago

    ICYMI: Does technology mean something different when it leaves the Valley and goes to the Beach?

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  11. 21 hours ago

    Celebrate 25 years of GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies by reading its anniversary issue, out now! "GLQ at 25" reconsiders key works from the journal that have resonated in their moment & beyond. Read the intro, freely available.

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  12. Check out another early view article from our March issue: "Crossing Bodily, Social, and Intimate Boundaries: How Class, Ethnic, and Gender Differences Are Reproduced in Medical Training in Mexico" by Vania Smith‐Oka and Megan K. Marshalla

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  13. In "Speculative Fiction and Speculating about the Social," Elizabeth Reddy () writes about and prediction. Read more in our Speculative Anthropologies series

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  14. Our latest episode is timely — (W)rap on: Immigration. Anthropologist discusses , , and with .

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  15. Jan 7

    Anthropologists and other scholars are delving into the plight of urban communities where people struggle to meet their nutritional needs. In the process, these researchers are discovering the power—and limits—of self-reliance.

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  16. Jan 8

    What does even mean anymore? Read an excerpt from Black Feminism Reimagined, by , in :

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  18. Jan 8

    “I use poetry to sometimes narrate my own pain, my own position and my own loves...[and] the various loves, pains and positions of other Black women.” Dr. Dana Ain-Davis speaks on citational practice as poetry, birthing and love.

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  19. Jan 8

    What could robot-human intimacy mean for love, work, communication, and war?

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  20. 23 hours ago

    Now online: A book review of Maria Puig de la Bellacasa's 'Matters of Care,' reviewed by Farhan Samanani. Check it out!

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