Margaret M. Bruchac

website / mbruchac@sas.upenn.edu / University of Pennsylvania

Special Focus: Fields, Furrows, and Landmarks in the History of Anthropology

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Living Pasts: On Anthropological Being and Beings

Anthropological futures are difficult to envision without reckoning with anthropological pasts. The present is filled with an increasing theoretical emphasis on the trans-cultural and trans-national, but on a material level, we are still haunted by the legacies of collecting the Indigenous (a practice that has long been central to the anthropological project). Continue reading