Black Food Matters, Racial Justice in the Wake of Food Justice, 2020, edited by Hanna Garth and Ashanté M. Reese.
The Department welcomes Aniruddhan Vasudevan, lecturer in the Department of Anthropology and the Humanities Council. He is a sociocultural anthropologist whose research centers on the intersections of gender and sexuality, religion, and ethics of relationality and care.
Hannah Reynolds ’22 published an op-ed in the Daily Princetonian concerning the lack of resources for Indigenous students at Princeton.
Laurence Ralph's The Torture Letters will showcase
The following video is from a conference in November 2012 in India titled: “Engaged Anthropology: The Ethics and Politics of Collaborations in the Field." Funded by Center for International Teaching and Research.
The Department welcomes four new graduate students, three new faculty members, a lecturer and a postdoctoral fellow.
Friday, September 11, 2020, New York University's Center for Media, Culture and History will host a virtual screening and discussion of Laurence Ralph's The Torture Letters (12:50 mins, New York Times Op-Doc).
Congratulations to Agustín Fuentes, winner of the ISSR (Inaugural International Society for Science and Religion) Book Prize in the Field of Science and Religion in the ‘popular’ category. Fuentes’ book Why We Believe: Evolution and the Human Way of Being (Yale University Press) gives a clear account of how our capacity for belief has...
Ph.D. alumnus, Chris Garces '09, recently published an article in the NACLA Report's coronavirus issue (Fall 2020, VOL. 52, NO. 3). Garces' article talks about the overburdened hospitals and the inability to bury the dead in Ecuador.
Professor Carolyn Rouse recently published an article in Anthropology Now called “It’s All Free Speech Until Someone Dies in a Pandemic.” In the article, Rouse focuses on white Americans’ eagerness to accept alternative truths in the name of alleged free speech.