Anthropology

Dry Place: Landscapes of Belonging and Exclusion Dry Place Landscapes of Belonging and Exclusion Patricia L. Price 2004 Spring
Gathers tales from the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico to understand the relationship between people and place in a borderland
People of the Bomb: Portraits of America’s Nuclear Complex People of the Bomb Portraits of America’s Nuclear Complex Hugh Gusterson 2004 Spring
How the American military-industrial complex has invaded our consciousness to create consent for its programs
Calibrations: Reading for the Social Calibrations Reading for the Social Ato Quayson 2003 Fall
Proposes an entirely new socially and politically conscious way of reading
Double Cross: Japanese Americans in Black and White Chicago Double Cross Japanese Americans in Black and White Chicago Jacalyn D. Harden 2003 Spring
Examines relations between peoples of color to offer a compelling new approach to understanding race in America
Ethnography at the Border Ethnography at the Border Pablo Vila, Editor 2003 Spring
An illuminating account of life at the U.S.-Mexico border
The Postnational Self: Belonging and Identity The Postnational Self Belonging and Identity Ulf Hedetoft and Mette Hjort, Editors 2002 Fall
A timely look at how our globalized era has reconfigured experiences of belonging.
Entry Denied: Controlling Sexuality at the Border Entry Denied Controlling Sexuality at the Border Eithne Luibhéid 2002 Fall
A revelatory examination of 150 years of sexuality-based discrimination against immigrants to the United States.
In the Metro In the Metro Marc Augé 2002 Fall
A lyrical and dynamic consideration of the Paris metro.
Deep Mexico, Silent Mexico: An Anthropology of Nationalism Deep Mexico, Silent Mexico An Anthropology of Nationalism Claudio Lomnitz 2001 Fall
An innovative examination of the interaction between culture and politics in Mexico.
Metaculture: How Culture Moves through the World Metaculture How Culture Moves through the World Greg Urban 2001 Fall
A revelatory consideration of how culture changes, evolves, and is made new.
Landscapes of Urban Memory: The Sacred and the Civic in India’s High-Tech City Landscapes of Urban Memory The Sacred and the Civic in India’s High-Tech City Smriti Srinivas 2001 Spring
A rich analysis of religion, civic life, and global transformation in India.
In and Out of Morocco: Smuggling and Migration in a Frontier Boomtown In and Out of Morocco Smuggling and Migration in a Frontier Boomtown David A. McMurray 2001 Spring
A revealing inquiry into how global culture is lived locally.
The Limits of Multiculturalism: Interrogating the Origins of American Anthropology The Limits of Multiculturalism Interrogating the Origins of American Anthropology Scott Michaelsen 1999 Fall
Traces anthropology’s Native American roots.
A Poetics of Political Economy in Egypt A Poetics of Political Economy in Egypt Kristin Koptiuch 1999 Spring
Analyzes how economic transformation changes the meaning of artisanship.
Spaces of Their Own: Women’s Public Sphere in Transnational China Spaces of Their Own Women’s Public Sphere in Transnational China Mayfair Mei-hui Yang 1998 Fall
An exploration of women’s public expression--in China and beyond.