As the first half-year of the revived History of Anthropology Newsletter closes, we’d like to bring your attention to a handful of posts which will appear in the next months, and some interesting changes to the site:
- A revised Bibliographies section, with regular updates of recent books and articles in the field;
- An ongoing publication series planned in collaboration with the Center for Indigenous and Native Research at the American Philosophical Society;
- An upcoming series of short essays from leading scholars on the past, present, and future of the history of anthropology (in Field Notes);
- In Participant Observations, an upcoming report on the “Translating Across Time and Space” conference at the APS;
- Recent and upcoming Reviews: Amos Morris-Reich’s Race and Photography: Racial Photography as Scientific Evidence, 1876–1980 and Travels with Frances Densmore (we have many other books available for review);
- And just in time for the holidays, Ira Bashkow’s Clio’s Fancy entry on “George Stocking’s Stockings.”
Stay tuned for more, and please keep us informed by submitting news, publications, and potential contributions!