The Politics of Ontology


Martin Holbraad and Morten Axel Pedersen posted in Theorizing the Contemporary on with 4 comments

Much energy has been devoted over the last decade to the so-called ontological turn in the social sciences, and in anthropology in particular. A More...

Protesting Democracy in Brazil


Alexander S. Dent and Rosana Pinheiro-Machado posted in Hot Spots on with 0 comments

What exactly happened in Brazil during June and July, 2013? What started as a protest over an increase in bus fares grew into something much larger, More...

SCA Events at AAA 2013


Grant Jun Otsuki posted in SCA News on with 0 comments

Join us in Chicago for our annual Culture@Large session, this year with W.J.T. Mitchell, student-faculty workshops, SCA's business meeting, and much More...

Field Notes: Aging


Fayana Richards posted in Field Notes on with 0 comments

This month, SCA’s Fieldnotes series invites four scholars to consider the theme of aging. What has anthropology contributed to the study of More...

July and August Digest


Jonah S. Rubin posted in Anthro Happenings on with 0 comments

SCA Announcements / News SCA bids a fond farewell to managing editor Ali Kenner who is stepping down after five years of dedicated service. We wish More...

Field Notes: Food


Julie Guthman posted in Field Notes on with 0 comments

Julie Guthman opens our August Field Notes series on "Food" with this provocation to think about how food studies conceptualizes the "food" at its More...

SCA June Digest


Jonah S. Rubin posted in Anthro Happenings on with 0 comments

The summer months are upon us, but SCA is not taking any time off! We’ve been busy posting new content at our website to keep you informed and More...