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Berghahn Journals: New Issues Published in November

      The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology Canon Fire: Decolonizing the Curriculum Volume 36, Issue 2 The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology publishes ambitious and rigorous scholarship in contemporary social and cultural anthropology. French Politics, Culture & Society Writing History and the Social Sciences with Ivan Jablonka Volume 36, Issue 3 French Politics, Culture & Society explores modern and […]

Berghahn Books will be at the ASEEES 2018 Conference

  We are delighted to inform you that we will be attending the 50th Annual ASEEES Convention held 6-9 December 2018 in Boston, MA. Please stop by our booth #319 to browse our latest selection of books at discounted prices & pick up some free journal samples.   If you are unable to attend, we […]

SIMULATED SHELVES: BROWSE November 2018 NEW BOOKS

We’re delighted to offer a selection of latest releases from our core subjects of Anthropology, Film Studies, Genocide Studies, History, Jewish Studies, Museum Studies and Performance Studies, along with our New in Paperback titles.     Anthropology   ARTIFAK Cultural Revival, Tourism, and the Recrafting of History in Vanuatu Hugo DeBlock   Artifak investigates the […]

Berghahn will be Attending AAA 2018 Conference !

  We are delighted to inform you that we will be attending the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting being held November 14 – 18, 2018 in San Jose, CA. Please stop by Booth #309 to browse our selection of books at discounted prices and pick up free journals samples. We are especially excited to invite […]

Berghahn Journals: New Issues Published in October

        Online First Articles Online first articles are final articles posted ahead of issue publication. The text is fully edited and finalized, but the pagination is subject to change once the issue for which the article is earmarked is complete. At that point, the article’s pagination will be updated, and it will be moved […]

SIMULATED SHELVES: BROWSE October 2018 NEW BOOKS

  We’re delighted to offer a selection of latest releases from our core subjects of Anthropology, Environmental Studies, Film Studies, History, and Medical Anthropology, along with our New in Paperback titles.     Anthropology   INDETERMINACY Waste, Value, and the Imagination Edited by Catherine Alexander and Andrew Sanchez Afterword by Niko Besnier and Susana Narotzky […]

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(via Crossing From Asia, the First Americans Rushed Into the Unknown - The New York Times)& more from our Archaeology titles! ... Continue reading on Tumblr

What Caused the Salem Witch Trials?

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(via The Surprising Historical Significance of Fortune-Telling | JSTOR Daily) How fortune-telling threatened Christianity and the politics of chance.Read more about PaganismContemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe: Colonialist and Nationalist Impulses ... Continue reading on Tumblr

Blog: EnviroSociety

New Featured Article!: “The Metrics of Making Ecosystem Services”

The latest Environment and Society featured article is now available! This month's article—”The Metrics of Making Ecosystem Services”—comes from Volume 8 (2017). In her article, Pamela McElwee traces how definitions and metrics of ecosystem services (ES) have evolved and ... Continue reading →

Blog: FocaalBlog

Agnieszka Pasieka: Who is afraid of fascists? The Polish independence march and the rise of the (far?) right

“Polish leaders marched with the far right” was perhaps the most common description of the massive demonstration that took place in Warsaw on National Independence Day, 11 November. Press worldwide expressed astonishment and indignation over the fact that the Polish president, accompanied by ... Continue reading →

Blog: Museum Worlds

Brazil’s 200-year-old Museu Nacional destroyed by fire

One of the largest natural history museums in the Americas was engulfed in flame on Sunday, 2 September 2018. A majority of Rio de Janeiro’s 200-year-old Museu Nacional's archive is believed to have been destroyed. The museum's collections included items brought to Brazil by Dom Pedro I, ... Continue reading →

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