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Special Focus: Engaging ‘The Second Generation of African American Pioneers in Anthropology’
Tracie Canada / Field Notes, Reviews
Editor’s Introduction: The Morton Cranial Collection and Legacies of Scientific Racism in Museums
Paul Wolff Mitchell / Participant Observations
June 2021
New Release from BEROSE – Aranzadi, López and Sánchez on Spanish colonial ethnography in Africa
BEROSE / Announcements
New Release from BEROSE – Oliveira on Ramos
BEROSE / Announcements
Free registration for EASA “Anthropological Pathways and Crossings” conference, July 21 and 22, 2021
Sarah Pickman / Announcements
May 2021
Reminder: History of Anthropology Working Group, “Visualization,” June 2, 2021
Adrianna Link / Announcements
Upcoming Event: Debate on the Legacy of Jean Cuisenier
Sarah Pickman / Announcements
Enclosures and Extraction: MOVE and the Penn Museum
Deborah Thomas / Participant Observations
New Release from BEROSE – Link on the Center for the Study of Man
BEROSE / Announcements
Event Reminder and Invitation: History of Anthropology Interest Group organizational meeting, May 14, 1pm ET
Adrianna Link / Announcements
On Demarcation
April 2021
On the Possession and Unethical Use of the Remains of Tree and Delisha Africa
The Editors / Announcements
Latest Additions to the Bibliography, April 2021
Nicholas Barron and Janet Steins / Bibliography
New Release from BEROSE – Coyault on Laman
BEROSE / Announcements
Spiritual Inequality
New Release from BEROSE – Brock on Strehlow
BEROSE / Announcements
New Exhibit Announcement: (Re)Generations: Challenging Scientific Racism in Hawaiʻi
Sarah Pickman / Announcements
Enslaved Remains, Scientific Racism, and the Work of Counter-History (Part Two)
Ricardo Roque / Participant Observations
Author’s Introduction: Engaging ‘The Second Generation of African American Pioneers in Anthropology’
Tracie Canada / Field Notes
Reflection: Reorienting the History of Anthropology through Generations of Black Anthropologists
Tracie Canada / Field Notes
Interview Highlights: The Book’s Contributors Describe the Pioneers
Alice Baldwin-Jones, Riché J. Daniel Barnes, Tracie Canada, Angela McMillan Howell, Antoinette Jackson, Deborah Johnson-Simon, Elgin L. Klugh, Bertin M. Louis, Jr., Cheryl R. Rodriguez, Rachel Watkins, Erica Lorraine Williams and Alisha R. Winn / Field Notes
Theory: Centering the Intellectual Labor of Black Anthropologists
Tracie Canada / Field Notes
Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning from Black Anthropology
Tracie Canada / Field Notes
Contributors
Tracie Canada / Field Notes
Recording Kastom: Alfred Haddon’s Journals – Webinar and Book Launch
Sarah Pickman / Announcements
Enslaved Remains, Scientific Racism, and the Work of Counter-History (Part One)
Ricardo Roque / Participant Observations
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