by Connie Scott “Fish simply appear in supermarkets” (p.209), writes Penny McCall Howard. Most consumers have little or no awareness … More
Category: Global Economy
Our ‘Fashion Fast’: Week 3
by Alfred Lewis **Read about the first, second, and fourth week of our ‘fashion fast.’ If you can, please donate to … More
Our ‘Fashion Fast’: Week 2
by Amelia Yates **Read about the first, third, and fourth week of our ‘fashion fast.’ If you can, please donate to … More
The Story of our Fashion Fast!
by Rebecca Prentice, Hannah Amey, Maeve Devers, Rifka Fehr, Olive Howland Milne, Alfred Lewis, Phoebe Marsh, Joana Pereira and Amelia … More
‘More Anthropologists on Wall Street Please’ Revisited
by Silvia Irina Berástegui In October of 2011, The Economist published an article called “More Anthropologists on Wall Street Please” in … More
Work injury compensation still missing in Bangladesh’s labour standards
by Rebecca Prentice **Republished from The Conversation.** In the five years since the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory building … 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
Agency, Upkeep, and Neglect in North Carolina Farm Labor Camps
by Bennett Heine In a recent article in Human Organization, co-authors Thomas Arcury, Sarah Quandt, and I draw from interviews … More
Review: The Anthropology of Corporate Social Responsibility
By Deniz Seebacher **Originally published on Anthropology Matters, 17(2)** Corporations, an omnipresent form of organisation in today’s society, are increasingly … More
From the Field: American Textile Mill
by Caitrin Lynch **Originally published on The Standard-Times and on SouthCoastToday.com.** In response to calls for increased empathy after the divisive national election, … More
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