by Magnus Marsden For many viewers in the West, the horrific scenes at Kabul airport in August 2021 appeared to … More
How are Foreign Domestic Workers Implicated in the Pro-Democracy Protests in Hong Kong?
by Charlotte Brill ‘’My eyes were very painful’’, said an Indonesian migrant worker who was caught in a cloud of … More
Different ‘Developments’: Japanese Anthropologists and Development
by Kazuki Horiuchi Non-western countries, such as China and India, have become in the last decades major actors of international … More
Liminality: Unfixed Culture, Unfixed Selves
by Gertrude Lamare It was June of 2015, and we were on the road, travelling down to Umwang village in … More
Becoming Human: Malala Yousafzai and the Politics of Representation
by Carlo Ceglia Malala. It is enough to say her first name. How did this 21-year-old Pakistani girl – the … More
China’s Uyghur re-education centres in Xinjiang will not produce a loyal and obedient population
by James McMurray **Previously published on The Conversation UK.** The Chinese government’s denials of its mass interment of Xinjiang’s Uyghur … More
The Spinners of Boyanese Bhavacakra
by Danang Nizar Long outside the radar of anthropology, there was an ethnic group in a secluded island called Bawean, … More
Creating a World Without Poverty?
By Hannah Feldman Sat on the floor of a small shared room on the outskirts of Metro Manila, Mae* and … More
Shadow over Burma: the Rohingya crisis in context
By Elisa Sandri In late August, alarming reports and harrowing images started to surface from Myanmar. It soon became clear … More
Death in Mazar-I Sharif
by Magnus Marsden The brutal killing of up to 140 Afghan Army soldiers on April 22nd at an army base … More
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