Buddhist and Christian Interpretations of the Hong Kong Protests

Buddhist and Christian Interpretations of the Hong Kong Protests

Mariske Westendorp (Macquarie U, Sydney)
Socially Engaged Religion and the Umbrella Movement Even though the 2014 Hong Kong Umbrella Movement was mainly a political movement sparked
“I Walked all the Way Back to LA”

“I Walked all the Way Back to LA”

Cindy Cruz (UC Santa Cruz)
Thinking About Queer Youth Migration I work with youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ), but who are al
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Food, Fat, Fetus and the Future

Food, Fat, Fetus and the Future

Natali Valdez (UC Irvine)
Histories of Weight Gain during Pregnancy in the US and UK Stepping on the scale when you see a health professional for a dermatology appoin
Earthquakes and Culture

Earthquakes and Culture

Dave Beine
What does culture have to do with earthquakes? Recently a major earthquake occurred in Nepal, with an epicenter in the rural area (Gorkha) w
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Welcome to the Jungle: Touring Tikal

Welcome to the Jungle: Touring Tikal

Rebecca Nelson
During my fieldwork in Guatemala, I toured Tikal. Group tours of archaeological sites like this are famous for dwelling on the glories of pa
At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology

At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology

Lise Dobrin
Niko Besnier
Disciplinary Perspectives on Language Documentation For a long time in anthropology, the documentation of languages on the brink of disappea
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2015 Climate Science Day

2015 Climate Science Day

Susan Crate
Lobbying for Science There is a fine line between lobbying and advocacy for a cause or issue. In this case we advocated for science-based de
Transitions within Public Sector Anthropology

Transitions within Public Sector Anthropology

Molly Harrod
Anthropologists have long studied the concept of transitions as it applies to people and their cultures. Transitions can come about through
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Buddhist and Christian Interpretations of the Hong Kong Protests

Buddhist and Christian Interpretations of the Hong Kong Protests

Mariske Westendorp (Macquarie U, Sydney)
Socially Engaged Religion and the Umbrella Movement Even though the 2014 Hong Kong Umbrella Movement was mainly a political movement sparked
“I Walked all the Way Back to LA”

“I Walked all the Way Back to LA”

Cindy Cruz (UC Santa Cruz)
Thinking About Queer Youth Migration I work with youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ), but who are al
-
Food, Fat, Fetus and the Future

Food, Fat, Fetus and the Future

Natali Valdez (UC Irvine)
Histories of Weight Gain during Pregnancy in the US and UK Stepping on the scale when you see a health professional for a dermatology appoin
Earthquakes and Culture

Earthquakes and Culture

Dave Beine
What does culture have to do with earthquakes? Recently a major earthquake occurred in Nepal, with an epicenter in the rural area (Gorkha) w
-
Welcome to the Jungle: Touring Tikal

Welcome to the Jungle: Touring Tikal

Rebecca Nelson
During my fieldwork in Guatemala, I toured Tikal. Group tours of archaeological sites like this are famous for dwelling on the glories of pa
At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology

At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology

Lise Dobrin
Niko Besnier
Disciplinary Perspectives on Language Documentation For a long time in anthropology, the documentation of languages on the brink of disappea
-
2015 Climate Science Day

2015 Climate Science Day

Susan Crate
Lobbying for Science There is a fine line between lobbying and advocacy for a cause or issue. In this case we advocated for science-based de
Transitions within Public Sector Anthropology

Transitions within Public Sector Anthropology

Molly Harrod
Anthropologists have long studied the concept of transitions as it applies to people and their cultures. Transitions can come about through
-