NEW! American Ethnologist virtual issue on “In/Visibility: Projects, Media, Politics, 2012-2013″ – FREE articles for 2 months. Guest edited by Samuel Martínez, organizer of our 2014 AES spring conference on the same theme. Articles by Wenzel Geissler, Peter Redfield, Francisco Ferrandiz, Aisha Bello-De Jesus, Suncem Kocer, Micaela di Leonardo, Zeynep Devrem Gursel, Heath Cabot, Madeleine Reeves, … Continue reading New American Ethnologist Virtual Issue on “In/Visibility: Projects, Media, Politics, 2012-2013″
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Violence is the theme of the second issue of Open Anthropology. The collection “On Violence” offers information, revelations, historical facts, descriptions of context and portraits of situations over time and place, a sampling of anthropological findings on the subject. Ten articles, two book reviews, and “The Editor’s Note” comprise this anthology written by anthropologists across … Continue reading The Second Issue of Open Anthropology is Here!
I am often asked about the most read articles. Looking at just the AnthroSource platform (which sits on Wiley Online Library), it’s amazing that at the top of the list is the 1956 American Anthropologist “Body Ritual of the Nacerima”– downloaded 11,413 times in 2012 alone. Which article is number 2? Check out AAA Top 100 Articles … Continue reading 100 most downloaded articles from AnthroSource
This year, POLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review made its debut on the prestigious ISI Impact Factors ranking of anthropology journals. Not only did POLAR make its debut, the journal is in the top half of the Anthropology list! Other notable rankings of AAA Journals are: Medical Anthropology Quarterly surges to number 10, making it … Continue reading AAA Journals Make An Impact
Eight modules, with discussion topics and links to a TED lecture, have been collated by TED Studies and Wiley-Blackwell on the theme “Understanding Islam” and there’s an iTunesU course app for the iPad, too. As a collection, these modules seek to transcend stereotypes about Islam; emphasize the positive roles of faith in Muslims lives, such … Continue reading Resources for Understanding Islam
Read the latest issue of American Ethnologist available now! Volume 39, Issue 2 (May 2012) Angelique Haugerud, Editor’s Foreword Free Access Occupy Movements: AE Forum Free Access Maple Razsa and Andrej Kurnik, The Occupy Movement in Žižek’s hometown: Direct democracy and a politics of becoming Jeffrey S. Juris, Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social media, public space, and … Continue reading New Issue of AE Features Occupy Movement