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Volume 6 , Number 3
October 2018

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
Toward an Anthropology of Immunology: The Body as Nation State
Emily Martin – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Vol 4, Issue 4:410-426 (1990)
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Book Review of Emily Martin's The Woman in the Body: A Cultural Analysis of Reproduction
Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing and Paulla A. Ebron – American Ethnologist. Vol 15, Issue 1:168-169 (1988)
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Californian Strawberries: Mexican Immigrant Women Sharecroppers, Labor, and Discipline
Teresa Figueroa Sanchez – Anthropology of Work Review. Vol 34, Issue 1:15-26 (2013)
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Toward a Fugitive Anthropology: Gender, Race, and Violence in the Field
Maya J. Berry, Claudia Chávez Argüelles, Shanya Cordis, Sarah Ihmoud, and Elizabeth Velásquez Estrada – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 32, Issue 4:537-565 (2017)
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On the Principle of Order in Civilization as Exemplified by Changes of Fashion
A.L. Kroeber – American Anthropologist. Vol 21, Issue 3:235-263 (1919)
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On the Study of Social Change
Frederik Barth – American Anthropologist. Vol 69, Issue 6:661-669 (1967)
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Paradigmatic Processes in Culture Change
Anthony F.C. Wallace – American Anthropologist. Vol 74, Issue 3:467-478 (1972)
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The Witch Hunt as a Culture Change Phenomenon
Thomas J. Schoeneman – Ethos. Vol 3, Issue 4:529-554 (1975)
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A Kalahari Family: Some Thoughts on Reflexivity, Voice and Social Location
John P. Homiak – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 19, Issue 1-2:128-134 (2003)
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Collaborative Filmmaking: An Open Space for Making Meaning, a Moral Ground for Ethnographic Film
Sarah Elder – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 11, Issue 2:94-101 (1995)
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Making Anthropology Relevant: Collaborative Assessment in Support of Graduate and Undergraduate Success Beyond the University
Audrey Ricke – Annals of Anthropological Practice. (2018)
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What Does “Open Data” Mean for Ethnographic Research?
Luis Felipe Rosado Murillo – American Anthropologist. Vol 120, Issue 3:577-582 (2018)
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A Multimodal Approach to the Anthropocene
Jason M. Kelly and Fiona P. McDonald – American Anthropologist. Vol 120, Issue 3:583-595 (2018)
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Imaging Disaster: Puerto Rico through the Eye of Hurricane María
Hilda Lloréns – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 26, Issue 2:136-156 (2018)
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