Health Care by Mail among Latino/a Dairy Workers in a Northern Border State

Health Care by Mail among Latino/a Dairy Workers in a Northern Border State

Naomi Wolcott-MacCausland
Javier lives and works on a dairy farm in a small rural Vermont town a few miles from the Canadian border. A few months prior to my intervie
Trouble on the Hill

Trouble on the Hill

Michael Harkin
First, I need to situate this with a little autoethnography. As someone who has spent his entire adult life in the American higher education
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Self-organization, Integration and Homeless People

Self-organization, Integration and Homeless People

Ana Inés Heras
Some people are stigmatized as excluded, marginalized, the poor, extreme poor people, homeless and helpless, and other categories with which
Anthropology in the High School Classroom II

Anthropology in the High School Classroom II

Erin Dean
Including Anthropology in a high school curriculum provides important opportunities for students and instructors, but it also presents uniqu
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Dealing with Inflated Egos

Dealing with Inflated Egos

Ty Matejowsky
Beatriz Reyes-Foster
If you have been in academia long enough, you are bound to encounter more than a few outsized egos.  Often oblivious to their own pomposity
World on the Move: Migration Stories

World on the Move: Migration Stories

Alisse Waterston
“In order to understand history it is necessary to know not only how things are, but how they have come to be.” Franz Boas, “The Metho
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Contesting the Terms of Inclusion

Contesting the Terms of Inclusion

Heather Wurtz
Kichwa Midwives Challenge State Commitment to Indigenous Rights There is an increased controversy on the role of indigenous midwives in the
Thinking with Kuru

Thinking with Kuru

Barbara Andersen
I was sitting with a group of Papua New Guinean nursing students in the Open Bible Mission compound in Ivingoi, Eastern Highlands Province,
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Health Care by Mail among Latino/a Dairy Workers in a Northern Border State

Health Care by Mail among Latino/a Dairy Workers in a Northern Border State

Naomi Wolcott-MacCausland
Javier lives and works on a dairy farm in a small rural Vermont town a few miles from the Canadian border. A few months prior to my intervie
Trouble on the Hill

Trouble on the Hill

Michael Harkin
First, I need to situate this with a little autoethnography. As someone who has spent his entire adult life in the American higher education
-
Self-organization, Integration and Homeless People

Self-organization, Integration and Homeless People

Ana Inés Heras
Some people are stigmatized as excluded, marginalized, the poor, extreme poor people, homeless and helpless, and other categories with which
Anthropology in the High School Classroom II

Anthropology in the High School Classroom II

Erin Dean
Including Anthropology in a high school curriculum provides important opportunities for students and instructors, but it also presents uniqu
-
Dealing with Inflated Egos

Dealing with Inflated Egos

Ty Matejowsky
Beatriz Reyes-Foster
If you have been in academia long enough, you are bound to encounter more than a few outsized egos.  Often oblivious to their own pomposity
World on the Move: Migration Stories

World on the Move: Migration Stories

Alisse Waterston
“In order to understand history it is necessary to know not only how things are, but how they have come to be.” Franz Boas, “The Metho
-
Contesting the Terms of Inclusion

Contesting the Terms of Inclusion

Heather Wurtz
Kichwa Midwives Challenge State Commitment to Indigenous Rights There is an increased controversy on the role of indigenous midwives in the
Thinking with Kuru

Thinking with Kuru

Barbara Andersen
I was sitting with a group of Papua New Guinean nursing students in the Open Bible Mission compound in Ivingoi, Eastern Highlands Province,
-