New to Medical Anthropology Quarterly: Accepted Articles

Medical Anthropology Quarterly and Wiley Blackwell are pleased to announce the launch of “Accepted Articles.” This innovative feature allows accepted articles to be published online prior to the printed issue and aids in the widespread impact of new research. Final edited and typeset versions of record will appear in future issues of Medical Anthropology Quarterly. … Continue reading New to Medical Anthropology Quarterly: Accepted Articles

Open Anthropology – The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care: Anthropological Views

Open Anthropology, a digital-only, public publication of the American Anthropological Association, is proud to announce the release of its third issue. In this edition, The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care: Anthropological Views, editor Alisse Waterston (John Jay College, CUNY) curates eleven articles and three book reviews of anthropological works that encompass … Continue reading Open Anthropology – The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care: Anthropological Views

Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference

Today’s guest blog post is by Dr. Inga Treitler of Anthropology Imagination LLC. The eighth annual meeting of the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC) was hosted in October by the Savannah College of Art and Design,  (SCAD). EPIC 2012 featured a wide range of ethnographic applications in industry, policy making and design, with contributions from Asia, … Continue reading Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference

Developments in Access to Research

Oona Schmid, Director of Publishing at the American Anthropological Association is engaging in dialogue with Columbia University students this afternoon at the Scholarly Communications Program Panel to Consider Recent Developments in Access to Research. “Protests, Petitions and Publishing: Widening Access to Research in 2012” to discuss how Occupy Wall Street, the Research Works Act (RWA), … Continue reading Developments in Access to Research