The following is a list of all posts published on this blog, starting from the latest post to appear

  1. The Visual Imperium
  2. Pentagon Photography and Visual Anthropology
  3. Scotland Needs a Cultural Revolution
  4. Pamphleteer Anthropology and the Production of Knowledge about Afghanistan
  5. On Eritrea: Cross-Talk Without Dialogue
  6. Militarization: It’s All the Same, Everywhere. Or Is It?
  7. The Terrorism We Support in Syria: A First-hand Account of the Use of Mortars against Civilians
  8. Militainment: Militarized Romance that Kills
  9. The Terrorist, the Tyrant and the Thug
  10. A Neoliberal Coup: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)
  11. Eva Bartlett: Interview with Syria’s Minister of National Reconciliation
  12. Queers of War: Homonationalism, Militarism, and Imperialism
  13. Voluntourism as Neoliberal Humanitarianism
  14. The Militarization of Humanitarian Aid to Haiti
  15. Iatrogenic Imperialism
  16. Imperial Abduction: The Globalization of Residential Schooling
  17. Civil Society, NGOs, and Saving the Needy: Imperial Neoliberalism
  18. The Syndrome of Humanitarian Interventionism
  19. Nature, Culture, and Imperial Beliefs
  20. New Book: Good Intentions (Norms and Practices of Imperial Humanitarianism)
  21. Resistance, Rupture, and Repair: The Story of the Caribs of St. Vincent
  22. Weaponizing Anthropology: An Overview
  23. Against Any Further US Intervention in Iraq
  24. Bury Me Rolf Harris in Wolf Creek, Zeke
  25. An Interview with Iraqi Lawyer, Sadiq Al Timimi, on the Current Crisis in Iraq
  26. Anthropology: The Empire on which the Sun Never Sets (Part 3)
  27. Anthropology: The Empire on which the Sun Never Sets (Part 2)
  28. Anthropology: The Empire on which the Sun Never Sets (Part 1)
  29. Kagan’s False Paradox and the Pro-War Media’s Confirmation Bias
  30. The Explicable Absence of R2P in Ukraine
  31. Targeting Lev Tahor, from Israel to Canada
  32. Decolonizing Thought in the New World
  33. Venezuela: A Call for Peace, by Nicolás Maduro
  34. Rwanda, 20 Years On: From Tragedy to Useful Imperial Fiction
  35. Encircling Empire: Report #24—Regime Change
  36. Regime Change: 10 Things You Need to Know about Ukraine
  37. Humanitarian Imperialism in Libya: Another Review of Slouching Towards Sirte
  38. A Tribute to Hugo Chávez Frías by Eva Golinger
  39. Hugo Chávez: Memories, One Year Later
  40. Surveillance, Dissent, and Imperialism
  41. Re-encountering Ward Churchill
  42. Book Review: The Tribal Imagination—Civilization and the Savage Mind, by Robin Fox
  43. Sochi, Sexuality, and Empire
  44. New Book: Emergency as Security–Liberal Empire at Home and Abroad
  45. Zero Anthropology: Top Articles for 2013 That You Probably Missed and Shouldn’t Have
  46. Distorting Theory and Misreading Society in Afghanistan
  47. Will the “Knowledge Economy” Save Us?
  48. Thirty Years After the U.S. Invasion of Grenada, the First Neoliberal War
  49. The Chinese Reconstruction of Iraq?
  50. The Great Nothingness of Libya, Two Years After Muammar Gaddafi
  51. Iraq Should Be In No Hurry to Reach 6 Million Barrels per Day Output
  52. History Will Absolve Me: Sixty Years Later
  53. Colonial Feminism, Liberal “Progress,” and the Weakness of the Left
  54. Book Review: Global NATO and the Catastrophic Failure in Libya – Lessons For Africa In The Forging Of African Unity, by Horace Campbell
  55. On UNSCR 2118 and Syria: Reality, Resolutions, Representations
  56. Never to be a Colony Again: Dignity, Defiance, and Self-Determination
  57. Which States? Which Secrets? Secrets from Whom?
  58. A Russian Lesson on the Anthropology of International Relations
  59. Deflating Empire: The Syrian Threat to the United States
  60. Humanitarian Intervention: The Human Rights Gift that Keeps on Giving to U.S. Imperialism
  61. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, or the “Top Thinker” in the World Scouting for the Empire in Afghanistan
  62. An Iraqi Farmer Mourns the Loss of the Al Galal River
  63. The “Arab Spring” and the Seduction of the Western Left
  64. Who Is An Indian? Race, Place, and the Politics of Indigeneity in the Americas
  65. Review: Learning From Iraq – A Final Report from the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction
  66. Encircling Empire: Report #23—Obama’s Scramble for Africa
  67. Bradley Manning and the Meaning of Bravery
  68. Decolonize Human Rights
  69. An Open Letter to the Media on the “Irony” of Snowden’s Request for Asylum in Venezuela and Ecuador
  70. What is the society you are dreaming of?
  71. Landscapes of Emergency
  72. From Racism to Neoliberalism to National Security: AFRICOM and R2P
  73. Slouching Towards Washington
  74. Encircling Empire: Report #22—Freedom, Democracy, Human Rights, and Ice Cream
  75. I Died For Our War Crimes
  76. Obama is a War Criminal: Clare Daly Speaks for All of Us
  77. The Adventures of Liberal Humanitarianism in Africa: Bombing Libya to Freedom
  78. The “Global War on Terror” Is Not Endless? A Pan-African View
  79. General Carter Ham’s Case for Dismantling AFRICOM
  80. Militarizing Africa and African Studies and the U.S. Africanist Response
  81. Bradley Manning: The U.S. on Trial for War Crimes
  82. When Did Today Begin?
  83. Encircling Empire: Report #21—Search and Distort Missions
  84. Africa, Liberal Humanitarianism, and NATO’s Anthropology
  85. Drones and the Production of Terror in Afghanistan
  86. “Take It Easy on U.S. Imperialism”: Theocratizing the Middle East
  87. Venezuela: What Does a Victory Mean?
  88. Getting It Right: Hugo Chávez and the “Arab Spring”
  89. Nicolás Maduro: Under My Presidency, Chávez’s Revolution Will Continue
  90. A Massacre for a Moral Martyr: ‘Person’ versus ‘Population’ in Humanitarianized Afghanistan
  91. John’s Final Epistle to The Anthropologists, Part II: The Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) at the Climax of the Neolithic
  92. John’s Final Epistle to The Anthropologists, Part I: The Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) at the Climax of the Neolithic
  93. Fidel’s Acceptance of Election to the People’s Assembly
  94. Encircling Empire: Report #20—The Chávez Years
  95. March 19: The Festival of Minerva, a Festival of Forgetting
  96. My Apologies for the Papal Bull
  97. A Pope for a New World: On the Significance of the Choice of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Pope Francis I
  98. Hugo Chávez Frías: An Unforgettable and Victorious Permanence
  99. Thoughtful, Respectful, and Progressive: Regarding the “Responsibility to Protect”
  100. Documents: Investigations into the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System
  101. The End of Debates About the Human Terrain System?
  102. The Bad University Department
  103. Libya: The Second Anniversary of a Bloody Coup
  104. The Ant Problem and Zoosemiotics
  105. Virtual Solitary Confinement of Local Hearts and Minds
  106. Amerika, Hu Akbar! A people of Mammon, or Love in a Land of Fear
  107. Encircling Empire: Report #19—Militainment
  108. Podcasts: NATO, AFRICOM, Racism, and the War on Libya
  109. The State Department’s “Report” on the Attack in Benghazi, Libya: The Effects of Diplomacy as Subversion
  110. A War for Human Rights?
  111. The State of Palestine: A Media Patch
  112. ANTHROPOLOGY–The Definitive Definition (2nd edition)
  113. Anthropology, Global Scouts and Expeditionary Democracy
  114. Global Ethnographic Surveillance
  115. Militanthro: Anthropology and the Study of NATO and the U.S. Military
  116. The Other Moral Squalor of U.S. Militarism
  117. Encircling Empire: Report #18—Elections, Independence, Counterinsurgency
  118. Education as Oppression: One Bedouin’s Perspective on Progress
  119. “Operation Caesar”: A Current Military Occupation of a Part of the French Countryside
  120. Now on YouTube: Libya–Race, Empire, and the Invention of Humanitarian Emergency
  121. Fact-Check This Debate: Romney’s Failures versus Obama’s Extreme Revisionism
  122. LIBYA: Race, Empire, and the Invention of Humanitarian Emergency
  123. Remembering Gaddafi, One Year Later
  124. Regarding Mr. Columbus
  125. Congratulations President Chávez! Another Victory for Bolivarian Socialism
  126. The Apotheosis of St. Christopher of Libya
  127. Mugabe: Humanitarian Imperialism, R2P, the Murder of Gaddafi, and the Destruction of Libya
  128. Herding Humans, Global Economies and the Elimination of Alternatives
  129. Encircling Empire: Report #17—Consequences
  130. Libya: Imperial Humanists and Helpless Others
  131. Libya: Empire or Dignity
  132. Great Ceasar, Cease!
  133. Encircling Empire: Report #16—War, Hegemony, Ideology, and Resistance
  134. Dear AAA: Sink or Swim?
  135. Speaking for Themselves: Indigenous Resistance, Indigenous Reality, and Free Dub
  136. Stay Up, Zimbabwe: Pan-Africanism, Caribbean Solidarity, and Dignity
  137. Less Than Zero Anthropology
  138. Separate Realities, Centers of Gravity and Global COIN’s Cultural “Solvent”
  139. The Fire This Time: COIN Operations, Carquinez Strait, Niger Delta
  140. White Lies
  141. Still Standing: Zimbabwe
  142. Zimbabwe: “Keep your money, keep your power, and keep away from us”
  143. A Tear for Africa: Humanitarian Abduction and Reduction
  144. Invisible Freedoms
  145. The Goat Caught in Bushkazi: Personal Effects of One’s Role in the Great Game
  146. Keep Your Money: A Series on Dignity
  147. Vending Distorted Afghanistan Through Patriotic ‘Anthropology’
  148. Peace Corps and Afghanistan
  149. The U.S. War of Terror in Afghanistan
  150. The Ties That Bind
  151. Complying with “Counter-Terrorism”: State Securitization of Canadian Academia (part 3)
  152. Complying with “Counter-Terrorism”: State Securitization of Canadian Academia (part 2)
  153. Complying with “Counter-Terrorism”: State Securitization of Canadian Academia (part 1)
  154. Zero Anthropology Resumes Publishing
  155. Taking a Pause for the Cause
  156. Punishing Publication, Banishing Ideas: YouTube Censors Your World for the CIA
  157. Libya: What Revolution? Whose Revolution?
  158. Libya and the Passive Repeaters: Deploying Depleted Information Warheads
  159. The Humanitarian-Militarist Project and the Production of Empire in Libya
  160. The Libyan Revolution is Dead: Notes for an Autopsy
  161. Encircling Empire: Report #14—Foreign Military Intervention in Libya: A Report on Neo-colonial dependency and humanitarian imperialism
  162. The Exodus Story and Western Conceptions of Progress, Movement, Revolution
  163. Globalization, Compression, and the Desire for Intervention
  164. Encircling Empire: Report #13—Revolution, Intervention, Anthropology
  165. Sixteen Shares
  166. Empire and the Liberation of Veiled Women: Lutz & Collins
  167. Declaring the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System a Success: Rereading the CNA Report
  168. Congressionally Mandated Report of the U.S. Army Human Terrain System: Center for Naval Analyses Investigation is Online
  169. Egypt and the Clinton Doctrine
  170. UK NGO Seeks U.S. Army Funding: Somalia Opportunity, Shadow Anthropology
  171. America, Guernica and the War of Terror
  172. The American Anthropological Association and Egypt: It’s Mostly About the Artifacts?
  173. Shadow Anthropology
  174. Egypt Protesters Will Spark Global Mass Movements: Internet and Globalization’s Positives
  175. Challenging America’s Pharaoh: A Revolutionary Movement and the Future of Egyptian (In)dependence
  176. Encircling Empire: Report #12, FOCUS ON EGYPT: Revolution and Counter-Revolution
  177. The Song of the Nonaligned Nile
  178. Egypt: Real Change Comes from the Street
  179. The Heroic People of Egypt
  180. An Alternative Approach to Afghanistan
  181. EE: Report #11, Focus on Egypt
  182. The Fall of the American Wall: Tunisia, Egypt, and Beyond
  183. Journalist, Hacker, Spy, Racketeer
  184. American Educated Afghans and the Destruction of Afghanistan by the United States: The Case of Zal Khalizad
  185. Encircling Empire: Report #10, 07—18 January 2011
  186. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr: Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, 04 April 1967
  187. The Big Society Bites Back
  188. Hortense Powdermaker and the Mechanized Mind: The Problem of Method and the Prizing of Know-How
  189. BLEAK
  190. When it Comes to Political Violence, the U.S. Sets an Example for Itself
  191. The Excuse is Wikileaks. The Object is Freedom of Speech. The Subject is Authoritarianism.
  192. Encircling Empire: Report #9, 01—07 January 2011
  193. U.S. Army Female Engagement Teams Expand: King Xerxes’ Queen Esther Cited
  194. Recommended ISAF Guidance for Female Engagement Teams
  195. 2010 In Review
  196. Afghanistan: The Imperial Occupation’s Own Dancing Boys
  197. This Christmas Leaks
  198. Anthropology, Secrecy, and Wikileaks
  199. So You Want to Join the Human Terrain System: Welcome, Anthropologist
  200. Wikileaks and the Moral Dualism of the U.S. State Department
  201. Caring for Aboriginals? The Politics of Anthropology in Australia
  202. The Wikileaks Revolution, Part 2: Notes from the Insurrection
  203. Zero Anthropology is Wikileaks
  204. At AJP: Expanding the Human Terrain System and Militarizing Anthropology in Canada
  205. U.S. Army Starving its Civil Affairs Functions: Prefers New Age HTS, PRT’s
  206. WikiRebels: The Documentary
  207. The Wikileaks Revolution
  208. WikiLeaks Disrupts U.S. Propaganda Machinery
  209. Julian Assange: The Truth Will Always Win
  210. The Leavenworth Diary: Double Agent Anthropologist Inside the Human Terrain System
  211. How to Find Wikileaks and Follow Cablegate
  212. Professor Tom Flanagan: Glib about Murdering Julian Assange
  213. Updates to U.S. Army Human Terrain System News
  214. The Human Terrain System: Global Counterinsurgency, Global Espionage, Global Occupation
  215. U.S. Army Human Terrain System News: Hamilton Deserves Credit, CG TRADOC in Trouble, Training Woes
  216. Wikileaks: Intelligence Needs Counter-Intelligence
  217. Just Released: The New Imperialism, Vol. 1: Militarism, Humanism, and Occupation
  218. The Motion is Passed: The AAA on SOUTHCOM and Florida International University
  219. In Afghanistan: Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just pleased to see me?
  220. Wikileaks: Defend Julian Assange
  221. Where the Cure is the Disease and the Doctor Sickens the Patient: The Pathology of Occupation in Haiti
  222. Welcome to Our Newest Blogger: Eliza Jane Darling
  223. Deepwater Uni
  224. Embedded Anthropology in Australia: The Debate Continues
  225. Wikileaks Roundup: Man of the Year, Assange the Swede, Blocked at Harvard, Telling the Truth
  226. Cultures of Militarization: In Canada and Beyond
  227. Encircling Empire: Report #8, 21 October-11 November 2010
  228. Cyber Warlords Push Counterinsurgency, Social Science: Human Terrain System as a Cautionary Tale
  229. Militarism’s Tea Party
  230. Justifying Corporate Welfare for the Military: What the Logic Sounds Like
  231. Further Militarization of the Academy: Florida International University, SOUTHCOM, and Strategic Culture
  232. Torturing the Whistle Blowers: The Case of Vance and Ertel in Iraq, Substantiated by Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs
  233. The U.S. Cost of the War in Afghanistan
  234. Roundup of Posts on Wikileaks: The Iraq War Logs
  235. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: On War News Radio
  236. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: The U.S. Government’s Crisis of Legitimacy
  237. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: Al Jazeera’s The Listening Post
  238. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: Pentagon Response to Publication of Logs
  239. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: UN High Commissioner Calls for Investigation Into War Logs Allegations
  240. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: U.S. Troops Hand Over Detainees to Interrogation Squad
  241. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: U.S. Apache Guns Down Surrendering Insurgents
  242. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: Hundreds of Civilians Gunned Down at Checkpoints
  243. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: One Day in Iraq: 128 Dead, Including Three Women and One Child
  244. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: 15,000 New Civilian Deaths Uncovered in Leaked Files
  245. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: The War in Numbers
  246. Wikileaks: The Iraq War Logs Documentaries
  247. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: Obama Administration Handed Over Detainees Despite Reports of Torture
  248. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: 76 Cases of Abuse Challenges U.S. Report on Iraqi Prisons
  249. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: Torture Widespread in Iraqi Detention Facilities
  250. Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs: U.S. Troops Ordered Not to Investigate Iraqi Torture
  251. What is Missing in Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs
  252. And There It Goes! Nothing to Report
  253. Here It Comes! Next Wikileaks Release, More on the Human Terrain System
  254. US Army Can’t Fix its Human Terrain System: How can it win multiple wars?
  255. Encircling Empire: Report #7, 16-21 October 2010
  256. Holy Mother of Israel
  257. A Digital Face Lift for the Human Terrain System
  258. Encircling Empire: Report #6, 09-16 October 2010
  259. Defense Contractors from Dante’s Circles of Hell: Sequel to Human Terrain System I?
  260. U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM): Commemorating Columbus Day 2010
  261. Ariel Dorfman: Christopher Columbus in Iraq
  262. Ethnographies of Resistance Movements: Legible to the Authorities
  263. Encircling Empire: Report #5, 01-08 October 2010
  264. The University as Finishing School for the New Imperialists?
  265. Sources Sought to Run Human Terrain System: Insiders Glevum and McNeil Technologies in the Hunt
  266. Memo to the Parents of Cannon Fodder
  267. The Nation Builders
  268. Burlesque Afghanistan: Pulp Fiction from an Embedded “Reporter”
  269. The Many Faces of the Human Terrain System in Iraq
  270. Anthropology in Canada: Number of Students, Female Percentage
  271. Are You Afraid of the Digital Taleban?
  272. Encircling Empire: Report #4, 23-30 September 2010
  273. Second Decade of the New American Century: A Clockwork Orange Meets American Psycho
  274. What Ahmadinejad Did Not Say at the UN, that Some People Instead Chose to Hear
  275. Encircling Empire: Report #3, 18-23 September 2010
  276. Fear and Loathing of Margaret Mead
  277. Protest the Repression of Dissent in Bahrain: Free Blogger Ali Abdulemam
  278. Encircling Empire: Report #2, 11-18 September 2010
  279. Ann Laura Stoler: Supporting Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israel
  280. If I Had a Trillion Dollars: Involving Youth in Discussions about the Costs of War
  281. Colonial and Anti-Imperial Anthropology
  282. Anthropology, Philanthropy, and Empire
  283. Anthropology? Whatever
  284. Encircling Empire: Report #1, 03-11 September 2010
  285. Patriotism and Twitter Säuberung: Keeping the Wrong Words Out of View
  286. The ‘Dirty Secrets’ that Purify a Dirty War: A Colonial Tale of Dancing Boys, a Journalist, and the Human Terrain System in Afghanistan
  287. In the Conflicts Around Wikileaks, Is Julian Assange Really the Problem?
  288. Montgomery McFate: Gone from the Human Terrain System
  289. Neocolonialism: It’s Post-Independence, Not Post-Colonial
  290. Withdrawing from Afghanistan: Three Movies on the Soviet Occupation
  291. The Loaded Goat: Revisiting Pine Cone Anthropology in Afghanistan
  292. Israeli Penetration of the American Media: Documents Released
  293. Don’t Hide Behind the Women: What is Relevant in the Story About Julian Assange and the Rape Accusation?
  294. Human Terrain System in the Media
  295. The Diary of Ted the Tongue: Pinecone Anthropologist
  296. The Pentagon’s Letter to Wikileaks
  297. Wikileaks: Bradley Manning, Sweden as Safe Haven, and Pentagon Propaganda
  298. Heroism in Doubt: Canadian War Mythology Takes a Hit from Wikileaks
  299. Suppressed Realities in the American Media: The Uncensored Acts of War
  300. Another Insider’s View of the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System
  301. Bush’s Ugly America: Is It Obama’s?
  302. Fidel Castro: A Call to the President of the United States
  303. Is TIME’s Afghan “cover girl” really a victim of mutilation by the Taleban?
  304. When I hear the word “culture”…
  305. Diary Dig: Searching the Wikileaks Afghan War Diary Made Easy
  306. Visual Intelligence: IED Attacks from Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary
  307. Continued: Debating the Pros and Cons of Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary
  308. News: IED Blast Strikes Human Terrain Team, Injuries Reported
  309. Pride and Prejudice in U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System
  310. Revealing the Human Terrain System in Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary
  311. Human Terrain System in Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary: Searching for Evidence of the Positive
  312. USA Fears Loss of Sri Lanka
  313. Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary: Problems to Note, More to Come on Human Terrain Teams
  314. Human Terrain Teams in Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary: Raw Data
  315. Andrew Garfield’s Commercial Plea for War Research, and the Reality of Ethics in Human Terrain Teams
  316. America’s Defense Associations: Key Elements in US Security and War Machinery
  317. Counterinsurgency: It’s Bloody Horrible
  318. More European Press Coverage of the Human Terrain System
  319. Saving Lives, or Ending Them? Martin Schweitzer on Special Operations and the Human Terrain System
  320. Grace McFate: Anthropology, Avatar, and the Human Terrain System in the Italian Press
  321. Defending the Indefensible: The Talking Points of State Terrorism
  322. Causes and Consequences of the Destabilization of Afghanistan
  323. Independent Assessment of Human Terrain System: Findings to Pentagon on 19 July 2010
  324. Taleban–Not Taliban
  325. The Killing Fields of Marja
  326. Whose Hearts and Minds?
  327. General Petraeus’ Magic Bag: Human Terrain System and Covert Ops
  328. The Military’s Media Whores: On Ethics, Power, Rapport and Responsibility
  329. Marjeh, Afghanistan: X-ray of McChrystal’s Bleeding Ulcer
  330. Militarism and Democracy: More on the McChrystal Affair
  331. General Stanley McTerror: The Shocking Admissions the Media Treated as Unremarkable
  332. Center for Naval Analysis to Run HTS Independent Investigation: McFate Says, “We All Have Red Blood”
  333. Worried about Iraqis writing their own history? Then let’s violate international law, again
  334. USA Undermines Democracy in Turkey: It’s Turkey Stupid, Not Israel
  335. Human Terrain System on War News Radio
  336. Ghassan Hage: A Massacre is Not a Massacre
  337. Collateral Murder, Part 2: Admission of U.S. War Crimes in Iraq
  338. Senator Barbara Boxer Doesn’t Understand the Meaning of “Federal”: Turns Away Complaints about Human Terrain System
  339. Human Terrain System Program Manager Dismissed: Georgia Tech Wants Out
  340. Team USA at the 2010 FIFA World Cup: Motivation Unthinkable without the Military
  341. Militainment: U.S. Military Propaganda in the News Media, Hollywood, and Video Games
  342. Human Experimentation for CIA Torture: Physicians for Human Rights Videos, Petition, Write to Obama
  343. Video Propaganda: Human Terrain System on National Geographic
  344. Physicians for Human Rights to File Federal Complaint: On CIA-led Human Experimentation and Research to Design Torture Techniques Used against Detainees
  345. Anthropology and the Representation of Migrations from Afghanistan
  346. Georgia Tech Ends Relationship with U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System
  347. A Major Report of a Minor Exception, or a Minor Report of a Major Problem? The American Anthropological Association’s CEAUSSIC vis-à-vis the Human Terrain System–Part 2
  348. A Major Report of a Minor Exception, or a Minor Report of a Major Problem? The American Anthropological Association’s CEAUSSIC vis-à-vis the Human Terrain System–Part 1
  349. Human Terrain System Managers, Contractors Inflating Costs: HTS Referred to as Shit, Active Duty Soldiers Maligned
  350. Human Terrain System Video News: John Stanton, and the AGS Bowman Expeditions in Mexico
  351. Human Terrain System: Senior Managers to Paris, Security Clearance Troubles
  353. HTS’ MAP HT Failure: People Not Being Paid, MAP HT Cost Overrruns
  354. SCRATs: AFRICOM after the Human Terrain System
  355. Changing Fortunes in Washington: The Evolution of House Armed Services Committee Reports on the Human Terrain System
  356. The Pentagon’s “Other” Human Terrain System?
  357. Time Line and FAQ for the Human Terrain System and Responses by the Network of Concerned Anthropologists and the American Anthropological Association
  358. Gun Running, Drugs, and Flamenco: U.S. Army Human Terrain System Has it All
  359. Human Terrain System Criticized by U.S. Congress
  360. Imperial Instruction: The Human Terrain System’s Academic Trainers, Part 2
  361. Imperial Instruction: The Human Terrain System’s Academic Trainers, Part 1
  362. Human Terrain Teams Feared More than CIA: John Stanton
  363. The Perfect Gift for the Anthropologist with a Smart Idea
  364. Iraq 1492
  365. Coming soon on Al
  366. US Army Human Terrain System Smoke and Mirrors: John Stanton
  367. US Army Human Terrain System Oddities: John Stanton
  368. US Army Generals Not Informed HTS was Spy/Intel Program: John Stanton
  369. Anthropologists for Justice and Peace (AJP)
  370. Interviewed Today on Al Jazeera: Social Media, Soft Power, and American Empire
  371. Welcome to our newest blogger, John Stanton
  372. The Human Terrain System is a Military Intelligence Program: John Stanton
  373. Collateral Murder: U.S. Soldiers Killing Civilians in Cold Blood
  374. 100 percent (Militarized) American
  375. Information, Communications, and Targeted Killing
  376. Human Terrain System Leadership: Worst Ever? John Stanton
  377. CIA Feminism
  378. Mercenary Humanism
  379. AFRICOM, Human Terrain, Empire, and Anthropology
  380. Information Traffickers of the Imperial State: American Anthropologists and Other Academics
  381. Human Terrain System Under Investigation: HTS Link to JIEDDO & US Death Squads
  382. Innocently Informing State Terrorism: Journalism, Knowledge, and Counterinsurgency
  383. Do professional ethics matter in war? Hugh Gusterson
  384. Multiplying Human Terrain Dreams of Victory and Fortune
  385. Mapping the Terrain of War Corporatism: The Human Terrain System within the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex
  386. On the lighter side of darkness: “I LUV A MAN IN A UNIFORM!” is back
  387. David Price: Human Terrain Systems Dissenter Resigns, Tells Inside Story of Training’s Heart of Darkness
  388. HTS Hostage Issa Salomi Lived Off Base: John Stanton
  389. Bibliography and Archive: The Military, Intelligence Agencies, and the Academy (with special reference to anthropology) – Documents, News, Reports
  390. New Details Emerge in Salomi Hostage Case: John Stanton
  391. Iraqi Insurgents Capture Human Terrain System Member: John Stanton
  392. ACTION ALERT: Sign the Anthropologists’ Statement on the Human Terrain System
  393. John Stanton: The New Face of the Human Terrain System
  394. So much to write, so little time…
  395. This Blog’s Top Posts for 2009
  396. Where are the Pueblo Clowns?
  397. Human Terrain System Suffers Another Casualty
  398. Professor Richard Antoun, murdered Fri. Dec. 4, 2009: We Will Miss You, May God Bless You
  399. 0.171: Anthropology and the Will to Meaning: Vassos Argyrou
  400. 0.178: The Social Production of Science and Anthropology as Knowledge for Domination
  401. 0.179: Imperialism, Americanization, and the Social Sciences
  402. 0.18: Anthropology and the Rise of the Social Sciences within the Structures of Knowledge – Immanuel Wallerstein
  403. 0.185: Terms of Incorporation, Concepts of Domination
  404. Reality Check for the Human Terrain System: Marilyn Dudley-Flores Responds
  405. Claude Lévi-Strauss: à la prochaine fois
  406. Anthropology on Stage, Human Terrain System on Screen
  407. 0.189: Stanley Diamond & Claude Lévi-Strauss on the Nature and Future of Anthropology
  408. 0.19: Questions about Colonialism and Anthropology: Epistemology, Methodology, and Politics
  409. 0.20: “Potentially Dangerous Implications for the Practice of Anthropology Today”
  410. Is this Taliban video of an “annihilated” U.S. base a fake?
  411. Afghan Vignette 7: How to Buy Peace in Afghanistan
  412. News from the Military-Academic Complex: McFate’s PhD, HTS Contracts, Minerva Grants, Afghanistan
  413. Welcome to ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY: The End of the Beginning of the End
  414. McFate: “Does good anthropology contribute to better killing?”
  415. John Stanton: US Congress Rewards Failure, Puts Personnel in Harm’s Way
  416. Afghanistan’s Eighth Anniversary with Another Crumbling Empire
  417. Afghan Vignette 6: What “Unwinnable” Looks Like (2.0)
  418. This Fraud Is On You: The 2009 Afghan Elections and the U.N. Cover Up
  419. U.S. Congress and the Human Terrain System
  420. Harper Needs Somebody to Love
  421. Torture for Democracy (1): Michael Ignatieff’s New Imperialism
  422. Torture for Democracy (2): Video Post
  423. John Stanton: U.S. Congress to Assess Human Terrain System
  424. Permission to Copy Denied to the “Open Anthropology Cooperative” (OAC) (1.1)
  425. Plagiarism on the “Open Anthropology Cooperative”
  426. Afghanistan: The Unwinnable War
  427. Obama as Opiate: Imperialism Denies Itself as Imperialism
  428. (Re)Imperializing Anthropology and Decolonizing Knowledge Production
  429. Public Propaganda, The Human Terrain System, and Staged Democracy in Afghanistan
  430. Blind Spots: Ethical Research in the Midst of Counterinsurgency
  431. This Be The Verse
  432. Putting Schools in the Line of Fire in Afghanistan
  433. Beloved Discordia
  434. Afghan Vignettes 4 & 5: How to Build Trust
  435. Noam Chomsky: Dialogue on the Responsibility to Protect
  436. Afghan Vignette 3: Protecting Civilians, Winning Hearts and Minds
  437. Embedded With the Taliban
  438. Losing Hearts and Minds in Afghanistan
  439. Afghan Vignette 2: They Are Animals!
  440. Afghan Vignette 1: Those Cowardly Taliban
  441. Afghanistan and the Emergence of the Taliban: Reviewed Works
  442. Let the Clone Wars Begin: How the Open Anthropology Project can be Cooperative
  443. A More Formal Welcome to the New Blogger: M. Jamil Hanifi
  444. Misrepresentation: Prostituting “Open Anthropology” to the Military
  445. Response: The OAC’s Name
  446. The Particulars of a Name
  447. There Can Be Only One!
  448. Demonstration Elections
  449. Afghanistan Elections 2009
  450. Like a Diamond Bullet to the Forehead (2.0)
  451. Questions about the Taliban: Struggle against the USSR; Reagan; how popularity was gained
  452. Afghanistan’s Little Girls on the Front Line, Part 2
  453. Capitalism Sickens Canadians
  454. The Political Economy of the Bullet in Afghanistan
  455. M. Jamil Hanifi: Questions for Military Anthropology
  456. Bait & Switch from the Anti-Colonial Hearts & Minds
  457. Glimpses of What the Mainstream Media Might Have Told Us About Afghanistan
  458. We Are Protecting Afghan Civilians…from Ourselves
  459. In Afghanistan It’s Now All About the Little Girls (1.5)
  460. An Anthropological Preview of the Post-9/11 World
  461. John Stanton: Human Terrain System in the Kill-Pacify Chain
  462. Patricia Omidian, Applied Anthropologist in Afghanistan, on the Human Terrain System
  463. R2P: Responsibility to Protect
  464. Survey: Applied Anthropology and Military Engagement in the Human Terrain System
  465. Conservative Anti-Imperialism
  466. Links: Debates on Iran and Leftist Politics
  467. M. Jamil Hanifi: Engineering Division, Instability, and Regime Change with Naheed, Neda, and Allah
  468. M. Jamil Hanifi: Interrogating Conventional Wisdom about Terrorism
  469. Dabashi is Wrong on the Left
  470. M. Jamil Hanifi: Editing the Past: Colonial Production of Hegemony Through the Loya Jerga in Afghanistan
  471. M. Jamil Hanifi: What Caused the Collapse of the State Infrastructure of Afghanistan?
  472. Looking Back at June 2009, Looking Forward
  473. Annotated Bibliography: Twitter and the Iranian Election Protests
  474. Cross-Cultural Understanding for Peace: So why does HTS go to Afghanistan?
  475. Does Wade Davis Do Gaza?
  476. Fundamentalism versus Academic Freedom: More on Ward Churchill
  477. Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens
  478. Ward Churchill and American Justice
  479. Iraq National Sovereignty Day: Irony and Promise
  480. Congruent Methodologies: Impactful Pre-invasion Imperialist Guerrilla Warfare Tactics in Iran
  481. Causation or Correlation, a Useful Crisis Notwithstanding: U.S. Democracy Promotion in Iran
  482. Source Verification: Notes for Activists Using Photo and Video in Protests
  483. America’s Iranian Twitter Revolution
  484. Summary for May 2009
  485. Extreme Canada: Ruling Party Interferes with Social Science Funding
  486. Peru’s Amazonian Massacre: Links to Reports and Action Resources
  487. Dis Location: Arrival as Independence
  488. What are the Pentagon’s Minerva Researchers Doing?
  489. The Peruvian Massacre and a “Socialist” Fig Leaf for World Capitalism
  490. Resisting Free Trade, Racism, and the State: Peru’s Amazonian Indians Fight Back
  491. John Stanton: “US Army’s Human Terrain System Like Swine Flu”
  492. The Funding of the University: Shaping the Conditions for Higher Education
  493. How to Get More Frequent Flyer Miles for Your Zombie
  494. News: Militarizing the Social Sciences and Humanities in Canada
  495. These Fine, Young, Humanitarian…Zombies
  496. Zombie Humanitarians: It’s Obama’s Human Terrain System Now
  497. David Price: The Press and Human Terrain Systems – Counterinsurgency’s Free Ride
  498. Open Anthropology Cooperative
  499. Single-Cell Resistance in the TimeSpace of Kairos
  500. April 2009 in Review: Academic Freedom, Imperialism, and Militarization
  501. Remix: Introducing Open Source Cinema
  502. A Vehicle for Protest: The Van in Vancouver
  503. Audio: Anthropology and Counterinsurgency
  504. “Useless Anthropology”: Strategies for Dealing with the Militarization of the Academy
  505. Canadian Responses to the Militarization and Securitization of Anthropology: Report #2 from the CASCA-AES Conference in Vancouver
  506. On the Militarization of Anthropology: Report #1 from the CASCA-AES Conference in Vancouver
  507. “Deep Obeah,” by Roi Kwabena
  508. The War Criminals’ Roundup: Serbia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Israel
  509. No Time in Jail for a U.S. War Criminal: A Mercenary Gets Away with Murdering a Detainee in Afghanistan
  510. Whitewashing a U.S. War Crime in Afghanistan: The Trial of Don Ayala, “Human Terrain” Mercenary
  511. Here is not “West India”: Roi Kwabena
  512. Anthropology, Militarization, and Canadian Responses: CASCA-AES Conference, Vancouver, 13-16 May, 2009
  513. May Day 2009: International Workers’ Day and Montreal’s Festival of Anarchy
  514. Dominating the Information Terrain of the “Human Terrain System”: John Stanton and this blog
  515. When it comes to Israel, there can be no academic freedom or dissent? The case of William I. Robinson and UC-Santa Barbara
  516. NATO and Afghanistan’s Shia Marriage Law: The Collapse of a Master Narrative
  517. Happy Birthday to Mumia Abu-Jamal: We are all prisoners
  518. Counterinsurgency for the Masses: Educating Americans for Campaigns of National Interest
  519. Sour Chutney: The Ethnopoetics of Exploitation, Transplantation, and Violence
  520. On Colonialism as Genocide: Ward Churchill Speaks at Concordia University, Montreal
  521. March 2009 in Review: Academic Freedom, Militarization, Economic Crisis, and Jokes
  522. Cheb Khaled (خالد حاج ابراهيم), King of Raï (راي‎): Algerian Freedom, Fusion, and Fête
  523. Sex Beats Money, Hitler Beats Gandhi: More Google Insights
  524. Worldwide Popular Interest in Anthropology, 2004-2009: Online Search Statistics
  525. When Reality Strikes: Ward Churchill on Radio
  526. Institutional Dementia: CU Plans to Challenge Ward Churchill’s Reinstatement
  527. American Association of University Professors Calls for Ward Churchill’s Reinstatement
  528. Academic Politics Gone Wild and Ward Churchill’s “Grand Slam”
  529. Ward Churchill’s Court Victory: Benjamin Whitmer, Eric Verlo, Michael Roberts, and Juror Bethany Newill
  530. Ward Churchill’s Victory is Our Victory
  531. The Verdict is in: WARD CHURCHILL WINS !
  532. US Army 101st Airborne Investigative Report on Human Terrain System
  533. Ward Churchill’s Case is Now in the Hands of the Jury: Closing Arguments Concluded
  534. University of East London Shuts Down Alternative G20 Summit
  535. Ward Churchill, George Galloway: Speaking at Concordia University
  536. Sugar Sammy’s Art: Making Jokes of Ethnicity, Sex, and Conflict
  537. The next two posts about Ward Churchill…
  538. Anthropologist Under Attack: University of East London Punishes Chris Knight Over His Public Speech
  539. Ward Churchill v. “The Good Americans”: How Churchill’s Critics Made His Case
  540. Ward Churchill Rests His Case: News from Days 12 and 13 of Churchill’s Wrongful Termination Suit Against the University of Colorado
  541. Ward Churchill Testifies: News from Day 11 of the Churchill Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  542. A Minor Bun Engine Made Benny Lava, May He Poop on My Knee: Cross-Cultural Translation Under Conditions of Contemporary Electronic Globalization
  543. Economics Blogs in a Time of Crisis: Policy, Development, Globalization, and Transformation
  544. The Twin Terrors: Financial Blowback Sweeps the Neighbourhood
  545. News from Days 9 & 10 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  546. Islands of Shame and the World as a U.S. Military Base: A look at some of the work of David Vine
  547. Anthropologists Against Human Terrain & Other Military Anthropology Abuses: On Facebook
  548. News from Days 7 & 8 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  549. “Our Job is Repression…the Police is a Paramilitary Organization”
  550. Washington Post: Nationalizing the Human Terrain System
  551. News from Day 6 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  552. News from Day 5 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  553. Lt. Col. Bob Bateman “Apologizes for the Future”?
  554. Nation-building, Democracy, Free Markets: A Note to the Occupiers
  555. News from Day 4 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit against the University of Colorado
  556. Frantz Fanon: “Concerning Violence”
  557. Hugh Gusterson: “Empire of Bases”
  558. News from Day 3 of Ward Churchill’s Lawsuit Against the University of Colorado
  559. News from Ward Churchill’s Court Case Against the University of Colorado (Days 1 and 2)
  560. Anthropology and the Military: Current Reports (Updated)
  561. The Teacher is Not Your Friend: An American Teaches Iraqi Police About Loyalty to Iraq
  562. Top Posts for February 2009
  563. The 9th Annual Critical Race Conference: Compassion, Complicity and Conciliation The Politics, Cultures and Economies of ‘Doing Good’
  564. The 5th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week is Now On
  565. The Human Terrain System: Undermining the Military, Antagonizing Academics
  566. The Deafening Silence of the “Milbloggers”: Inconvenient Truths?
  567. “The Counter-Counterinsurgency Manual”: New Book on Anthropology, Militarization, and the Human Terrain System
  568. Some Breaking News on the Human Terrain System: Death Threats Against Female Colleagues
  569. Attacking Ward Churchill…By Losing Your Marbles?
  570. Questions and Allegations about Robert Young Pelton’s Reporting on a Human Terrain Team in Afghanistan
  571. Misunderstanding and Misrepresenting the Charges Against Ward Churchill
  572. Facts, Fictions, and Footnotes: Revisiting the Firing of Ward Churchill
  573. Chomsky v. Dershowitz, 2005: On Israel and Palestine
  574. Academic Freedom News: Ward Churchill, Joel Kovel
  575. Robert Fisk at Concordia: “Obama, Us, and the Middle East Wars”
  576. Pocius’ Theory of Human Value
  577. Marketing the Martyr: Joan of Arc, Florence Nightingale…Paula Loyd
  578. Unhappy New Year for Counterinsurgency’s Social Scientists
  579. Teaching Gender Equality to Afghan Men: Using Gunshots to the Head
  580. “American Radical”: Norman Finkelstein Movie in 2009
  581. Beyond Molehills, the High Ground: Dershowitz, Finkelstein, Plagiarism, and Academic Freedom (1.7)
  582. Dr. Rat: Defender of the Rat People
  583. Against Occupation: Voices within Israel and the Diaspora
  584. Latest News on the Human Terrain System: No Longer Private Contractors
  585. The Genocide Apostles’ Creed
  586. Show Me the Human Shields! The Propaganda has Expired for Israeli State Terrorism
  587. Canadian Anthropology, the Human Terrain System, and the Minerva Research Initiative: Canadian Responses
  588. Online Documentaries of the Israeli Occupation
  589. University Students in Solidarity with Gaza: More News
  590. Reflecting Genocide: Side by Side, Yesterday and Today
  591. Students Celebrate Starthclyde Uni. Liberation: In Solidarity with Gaza
  592. David Price interviews Roberto González on the Human Terrain System
  593. Canadian Academic Boycott of Israel: Why We Need to Take Action
  594. “Civilian Contractor” Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter of Afghan Detainee
  595. January 2009 in review (updated)
  596. “In Complete World” at the International Ethnographic Film Festival of Quebec, 2009
  597. An Unfolding Pattern of Genocide: Notes from Gaza
  598. Gaza, West Bank: Settlements and Borders
  599. Round Table: “The Anthropologist in Mined Fields” (updated)
  600. AMERICAN COUNTERINSURGENCY, by Roberto J. González (U. Chicago Press, 2009)
  601. Contemporary Colonial Scholarship and the Spreading Human Terrain System: AGS Bowman Expeditions, Zapotec Indians, and onto the Caribbean
  602. Israel: What is being defended? Who is the victim?
  603. Message to Obama: From an Undefeated Hamas
  604. Gaza Q & A by Stephen Shalom
  605. Boycott Israel: Montreal Professors and Academic Employees
  607. Because They are Dirty Arabs…
  608. Noam Chomsky: Obama’s position on Gaza is “approximately the Bush position”
  609. Bumming a Ride with the Occupation Parade: A Look at Human Terrain Teams in Afghanistan
  610. Why do “Leftist” Professors Predominate in Academia?
  611. On which planet does the Associated Press live?
  612. Kenneth Anderson: Imperial Clash on the Congo Resource Front
  613. News from the War of Choice: Gaza Links for 18 January 2009
  614. Obama as Intermission for Gaza: Mass Murder Hits the Pause Button
  615. America’s New Counterinsurgency Doll: On Store Shelves this January 20
  616. The Afghanistan Scam and the American Path to Failure
  617. Get Ready Montreal for Sunday, January 25: Next Demonstration Against the War in Gaza
  618. GazaTalk: New Media Resistance
  619. Gaza is Dying: Global Movement to End the War
  620. John Stanton: Hamas’ IT Tops Human Terrain System IT in Internet Capability, Savvy (2.1)
  621. Campus Gaza: Academic Boycotts and Complicit Silence
  622. Montréal Solidarity Demonstration for Gaza, January 10, 2009
  623. Gaza Solidarity Protests Across Canada Today
  624. Live Cam on Gaza
  625. subMedia News for Jan. 9, 2009
  626. One Year Later: Viva Roi Kwabena!
  627. Uprising News for Jan. 9, 2009: Greece, Gaza
  628. Gassing Puppies, Burning Women, and Playing Tennis
  629. The Unreported Death of Staff Sgt. Paula Loyd of the Human Terrain System: Third Researcher to Die
  630. Accepting the Might to Exist: Some Israeli Lessons for Anthropology
  631. Currently Covering and Commenting on the Gaza Massacre
  632. Tweets of Conflict in the New Online War Zone
  633. The Two Terrors of 2008: End of Year Post
  634. Avatara: Ethnographic Film in a Virtual World
  635. Cyberspace Ethnography (2.0): Course
  636. Anthropology, Counterinsurgency, and Poor Joan of Arc (1.4)
  637. Christmas is for War and Poverty: Bending Values Toward the New Normal
  638. Derek Walcott’s response to my question on the BBC
  639. Christmas 2008: What a Riot!
  640. Japan’s 2008 Riots: Rendered invisible?
  641. Announcement of first awards under the Pentagon’s Minerva Program
  642. Sock and Awe!
  643. When the Shoes Dropped: Notes on a protest in Montréal (Updated)
  644. Annunciando la prima edizione di «I migliori dei blogs di antropologia»
  645. Québec-Vermont: An Even Better Union, Against State-Sponsored Fear
  646. Transnational Shoes in Flight from Iraq to Quebec: Videos from a rally in Montreal
  647. Best of Anthropology Blogging: Call for Submissions
  648. Shoes @ G.W. Bush in Montreal, Dec. 20, 2008
  649. Losing Confidence, Lacking Trust, Smelling Fear, and Ducking Shoes
  650. New School Protesters Claiming Victory
  651. Important Updates from the New School Occupation
  652. Reclaiming the University: The New School Occupation Continues
  653. Live Camera on Greek Protests Right Now
  654. Occupation of the New School University, NYC
  655. Another Banner Day for Greece: The Acropolis of Resistance
  656. Going Global and Virtual: Greek Solidarity Protests in Second Life
  657. “Everyone to the Streets!”- Greek protesters take over state television
  658. The Greek Uprising Continues and Widens Here, There, Everywhere
  659. Some “new” links for the Human Terrain System
  660. Because there is a shortage of grenades in Baghdad…
  661. Hannibal Lecter at Fort Leavenworth?
  662. David Price: The Leaky Ship of the Human Terrain System
  663. The Greek “Intifada”: News, Views, Overviews, Day 7
  664. More on the Greek Uprising
  665. Stay in touch with the Greek riots and international solidarity actions
  666. John Stanton: Fraud, Abuse, Waste in the Human Terrain System
  667. Human Terrain Handbook: Online Here
  668. “Citizen journalism”: A Malaysian interviews protesters in Athens
  669. Solidarity with Fire: The Insurrection to Come
  670. Blackbird: Battles over a browser
  671. Any sign of political climax in Greece?
  672. “Anthropologize” This!
  673. This is war also: U.S. bombing civilians in Iraq
  674. “This is war”: More news on the Greek uprising
  675. Blackbird: Browser for Black People
  676. Anarchist News on the Greek Uprising
  677. RAGE
  678. Colonialism in the News: Roundup No. 2
  679. Watching Oppression Burn: Across Greece, Across Europe
  680. Dangerous Consent
  681. Welcome to “Zimbabwe North” and the “Pro-Rogue” State: Stalling Regime Change
  682. Rally for Regime Change in Canada!
  683. “Top 100 Anthropology Blogs”? No, I don’t think so.
  684. General Petraeus’ Favorite Mushroom: The US Army’s Human Terrain System
  685. The Revenge of the Local, the Horror of the Provincial, and Western Cosmopolitanism at Risk
  686. Mahmood Mamdani on the “lessons of Zimbabwe”
  687. John Gledhill: “Anthropology and Espionage” and some comments on anthropology as ethics
  688. Happy Belated Birthday, Claude Lévi-Strauss
  689. UAE’s The National on the Human Terrain System (2.0)
  690. Human Terrain System: Murder, Espionage, Paranoia
  691. On the conduct of military “contractors” in Afghanistan: In the words of Paula Loyd (1.7)
  692. Henry A. Giroux: “Against the Militarized Academy”
  693. Who Is Still Running the World? An “Anthropologically Unjust” Reality
  694. Gerald Sider: “Can Anthropology Ever Be Innocent?”
  695. Canada’s own Human Terrain System: White Situational Awareness Team in Afghanistan
  696. Me Today … You Tomorrow
  697. Living in the Wasteland of the Free
  698. Selectively Outraged, Half Humane, All American (1.7)
  699. HTS “Contractor” Who Murdered Afghan, Now in Custody, Awaiting Trial (plus Stanton’s sixth article on the Human Terrain System)
  700. Is the Human Terrain System Imploding? (Let’s hope so.) — John Stanton’s fifth article on HTS
  701. The HTS Racket: John Stanton’s fourth Article on the Human Terrain System
  702. If you cannot stand the heat…
  703. If you don’t want to get burned…
  704. Updated: Human Terrain Researcher Set on Fire in Afghanistan; plus new Articles on the Human Terrain System
  705. Dance Fever: Obama, McCain, and Palin work it right out
  706. Yes You Can. Yes You Did.
  707. World Crisis, Theory Crisis
  708. Anthropology’s Many Deaths and the Birth of World Anthropologies (1.4)
  709. Panic about the world ending on Nov. 4, 2008
  710. Pranksters, Jokers, Clowns … True Believers
  711. Minerva Research Initiative Violates International Law and Iraqi Sovereignty
  712. Oh no! The Kear Bears are Coming! (On the voyage of the intrepid USS Kearsarge in the Caribbean)
  713. Curtains already? The Human Terrain System heads to a close in Iraq, but “revives” in other ways at home
  714. One More Scholar to Bash…on the Way to the Dustbin!
  716. In Support of Bill Ayers
  717. U.S. Marines in Trinidad & Tobago
  718. MMM Pt. 2: “So you think you can be president?”
  719. Too Much Madness for a Monday Morning
  720. Derek Gregory: The Cultural Turn in Late Modern War and the Rush to the Intimate
  721. Minerva and the Terrorism Industry: “The rule of experts as a means to covert imperial rule”
  722. Hugh Gusterson: “Minerva Controversy,” and the SSRC
  723. What do anthropologists care about cosmopolitanism?
  724. Methodological Cosmopolitanism in Anthropology
  725. Cosmopolitan Anthropology as Responsibility to the Other
  726. Ethics and the Other
  727. Monday Pre-Dawn Madness: Opposition Celebration, Creation Destruction
  728. INTERFACE: A Journal For and About Social Movements
  729. FIFEQ 2009: International Ethnographic Film Festival of Quebec, call for submissions
  730. DIGITIZE THIS BOOK!: The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now
  731. Priming the Propaganda Pumps: Four More Sales Pitches for the Spreading Human Terrain System (2.0)
  732. The “Tree of Academics”: Introducing
  733. Reflections on Elections in Canada, Oct. 14, 2008: 1D4TW
  734. Resisting AFRICOM, Part 2: Resources Against the New American Imperialization of Africa
  735. Monday Night Madness: The End
  736. American psychologists against torture, write to Bush; American torture sites; documentaries online
  737. The Making of the Imperial Presidency, the National Security State, and the Transition to Authoritarianism, Part 3
  738. The Making of the Imperial Presidency, the National Security State, and the Transition to Authoritarianism, Part 2
  739. The Making of the Imperial Presidency, the National Security State, and the Transition to Authoritarianism, Part 1
  740. The Imperial Presidency & the National Security State on 1D4TW
  741. Preparing for Domestic War in the U.S.?
  742. Cultural Self-Criticism: Escaping from Fear Fascism
  743. Christian Clarity Opposes the Human Terrain System and Anthropology
  744. The Pentagon’s Culture Wars: An Article in NATURE for Oct. 2008
  745. AFRICOM: Africa, U.S. Imperialism, and Resistance
  746. Resisting AfriCOM: The U.S. Military’s Imperial Reoccupation of Africa
  747. Third Article by John Stanton on the Human Terrain System: More Colonial Madness
  748. AAA Open Access: Good, but Not “Historic,” Not “Unique,” Not “Among the First”
  749. Links for today: A failed ideology and a failed war
  750. And You Think You Have it Hard Now, Just Wait…
  751. Exploring and Expanding the Boundaries of Research Methods
  752. New article by Hugh Gusterson: “The bursting global security bubble”
  753. More on the Open Anthropology website
  754. New website for Open Anthropology
  755. “Suddenly everyone on Wall Street is a ‘socialist’…”
  756. Chalmers Johnson, Dennis Kucinich: On Bailing Out Bankers and Butchers
  757. Slavoj Žižek and Joseph E. Stiglitz: Chickenhawks Coming Home to Roost…in the Tent City
  758. Turning the World Upside Down: The Monday Morning Madness of a Wall Street Bailout
  759. A Crisis of Vast Quantities in Academia?
  760. AAA Ethics Code Changes & the Militarization of Anthropology: “Imperialism makes you a dick”
  761. Researchers “Fear” Pentagon “Will” Infiltrate Anthropology? Behind The Times
  762. “Anthropology, the Military, and War”: Panel at the AAA
  763. Suspect Media: Making Propaganda for the Human Terrain System (2.2)
  764. More on Anthropological Research Ethics and Association Politics
  765. AAA to Vote on Revising its Code of Ethics
  766. A World Upside Down: Institutional Connections of Anthropology Bloggers
  767. WordPress Responds
  768. The Ethical Failure of Nerve at Canadian Universities
  769. Review of Johannes Fabian’s Ethnography as Commentary
  770. Your Nation on White Privilege
  771. A Shadow in the Dark
  772. (Surface) Images & Aboriginal Graffiti from Kahnawake: A Mohawk Rez outside Montreal, Canada
  773. Images of Resurgence and the Everyday: Warriors, Iron Workers, Bakers, and Cigarette Vendors in Kahnawake, Quebec
  774. “This is Your Nation on White Privilege,” by Tim Wise
  775. The World is Flat? by Aronica & Ramdoo (Book website and readings)
  776. Como protegerse contra un antropólogo: Un código de ética desde la base
  777. David Price: On the Costs of Serving Empire
  778. APA Votes to Ban Participation in Torture
  779. Johannes Fabian: Ethnography as Commentary — Writing from the Virtual Archive
  780. More on U.S. Militarization of Open Access
  781. Open Access Journal Publishing in Anthropology
  782. How to Protect Yourself from an Anthropologist: A Code of Ethics from the Bottom Up (2.0)
  783. George Orwell has a blog!
  784. UC Berkeley Begins Destruction of Native American Sacred Site
  785. The “Culture” Virus: The Human Terrain System spreads to Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean
  786. More on Eurocentrism: Jack Goody and The Theft of History
  787. The Wrong Way and the White Way
  788. Automatic Replay: “Two” Imperialist Speeches from the One Party State
  789. American Teens “Exiled” Among the Savages
  790. Welcome to Sevastopol
  791. Independence, Nationalism, Indigeneity: Pride in Patrimony or Prostrate before Princes?
  792. Italy Compensates Italy for Colonialism? Externalizing Injustice, Importing Rewards
  793. Asserting the Liberty of Things over People
  794. Calculating Colonial Injustice: Italy’s “Compensation” to Libya
  795. Italy “Compensates” Libya for Colonial Injustices
  796. Arresting Democracy Now
  797. Survival International Wins Apology Over “Hoax” Tribe Claims
  798. Italy Compensates Italy for Colonialism? Externalizing Injustice, Importing Rewards
  799. Independence, Nationalism, Indigeneity: Pride in Patrimony or Prostrate before Princes?
  800. Eurocentrism comes up for air in the Caribbean: “Keep Patois at Bay”?
  801. Militarizing the Social Sciences: Tom Burghardt
  802. (re)New(ed) Blog: Review of the Indigenous Caribbean Center
  803. Human Quicksand for the U.S. Army, a crash course in cultural studies
  804. Human Terrain System spreads to Africa: “Oil and Terrorism”
  805. Derek Walcott Blasts Tourism at Carifesta X
  806. A “Radical New Experiment” in “Anthropology”? What HTS is NOT
  808. The New Blog: One Day for the Watchman (1D4TW)
  809. Imperialism Reloaded: Media Roundup
  810. “Fuck Fox News”: Uncaged Voices from Denver
  811. Denver’s Real Democratic Convention: “Pockets of Sanity”
  812. Stuff White People Like: Anthropology, apparently
  813. Typographic “Errors” on Blogs
  814. Time to Bifurcate: Shed Dead Skin, Take on a New Identity
  815. NO TORTURE, NO COLLABORATION: Psychologists Rally Against Torture & U.S. War Crimes
  816. Globalization, Democracy, and Canada versus the People of Haiti
  817. Globalization, Democracy, and Canada versus the People of Haiti (original post)
  818. Imperializing Open Access and Militarizing Open Source: “What’s yours is ours. What’s ours is ours” (1.4)
  819. The McFarce Continues: Pravda publishes a second scathing article on the Human Terrain System; McFate feted by fliers
  820. Reflected Hypocrisy: Russia Holds Up a Georgian Mirror (1.6)
  821. Anthem of the Taíno Resurgence: Naboria Daca Ae Mayanimacaná
  822. Announcing a New ANTHROPOLOGY – SOCIOLOGY blog of blogs
  823. Indiana Jones’ Revenge: Stolen Taino Artifacts being sold from France; Conquering Garifuna Beaches; Undoing Columbus
  824. Ethnographic Wining: A German in Trinidad
  825. New Minerva article from Hugh Gusterson, plus congressional testimonies on HTS and national security research
  826. Name that Scientist!
  827. Minerva: Risks, Opportunities, Boycotts, and Mentally Handicapped Informants?
  828. The Leftist Discipline Debates Its Right Wing?
  829. Another Profile in Propaganda: Laurie Adler, U.S. Army’s “Human Terrain System” (2.0)
  830. “The Mongoose” from a Trinidadian, Indian, Greek Point of View
  831. “The Mongoose,” by Derek Walcott, has a bigger bite than one might think (1.2)
  832. Scripting the Cosmopolitan
  833. Resistance Blogging
  834. Updates: Spy in Our Midst; Washington Post on Minerva
  835. Spectroscopic Survey of Imperial (De)formations: A Wholly Dispassionate and Disinterested Report from the Links
  836. Washington Post: Military’s Social Science Grants Raise Alarm
  837. Secrecy, Anonymity, Spying, and Lying: An Overview of the “Ethics” of HTS Infiltration (1.2)
  838. National Security Research and the Geopolitical Context of Knowledge Production
  839. Wired: Anthropologists Launch ‘Human Terrain’ Probe
  840. Latest Minerva and National Science Foundation News
  841. Comments on “A SPY IN OUR MIDST”
  842. A SPY IN OUR MIDST: Montgomery Sapone/Montgomery McFate
  843. Scanning the Hard Drives of the Softest “Science”? Why are the irrelevant so relevant…and interesting?
  844. The New Imperialism: Max Boot, Niall Ferguson, Michael Ignatieff
  845. The Retreat of Globalization? The Possible Impacts on the Future of Anthropology
  846. Alien Abduction: Doing Calypso “the Right Way” in the USA
  847. HTS deletes criticized page
  848. Minerva Project and Looted Iraqi Documents (2.0)
  849. Pravda Publishes a Scathing Report on the Human Terrain System
  850. Italy to pay “billions” in compensation for colonizing Libya; Sanctions augmented against Zimbabwe
  851. Anthropologist Mahmood Mamdani, among Top 10 of World’s Public Intellectuals
  852. Hugh Gusterson: “When Professors Go to War”
  853. Current (Anti)Colonialist Discussions in the News: African Focus
  854. The Issue Joined
  855. Resistance Studies, Networking Futures, and Jeffrey Juris
  856. Enter the American Psychological Association: On Support for Torture
  857. Michael Taussig: The End of the Masterful Explanation
  858. A Shift Toward the Center (of Fascism)
  859. Finally, Ward Churchill’s lawsuit goes to court in 2009 (1.5)
  860. Show Me Your Motion! (Of Mentors, Peers, and Mimesis and Alterity in Trinidad)
  861. A few more notes on “wining”
  862. Amitabh Bachchan in Trinidad
  863. Jorgensen and Wolf: On Anthropological Counterinsurgency, Scientific Objectivity, and Imperialism
  864. “The Rendez-Vous between Fear and Opportunity”: David H. Price (notes and comments)
  865. More Minerva News and Discussion (2.1)
  866. Re-Animalizing the Human / Humanizing the Animal
  867. Political Reactions to SSHRC Funding: Bloc Québécois
  868. More on Caribbean Reactions to Zimbabwe
  869. “You can’t shoot kids … but you can pound them” — How insurgents are made
  870. Pragmatism in the “Shitstem” and Singing for Obama
  871. Monday Morning “Mor Tor”: Wine it up just so…for the Video Notes from the Indian Diaspora, Part 2
  872. Questioning the “Top Misconceptions” About the “Human Terrain System”
  873. Sucker for an interesting name: “Monkey Smashes Heaven”
  874. “Why can’t we shoot these kids?” (1.6)
  875. The U.S. military: weaponizing culture
  876. (Video) Notes from the Indian Diaspora, Part 1: Responding to Modernity and the Tyranny of Tradition
  877. “Head-Decay-Shun”: Literacy, tool of the dependent and displaced?
  878. The enigma that is Mugabe, internationally and in the Caribbean (1.2)
  879. 1968 – 2008: From Vietnam to Concordia
  880. Encounters and conflicts within and between disciplines: Experimental philosophy and ethnography (1.3)
  881. Stockholm Bollywood: “Jumma chumma de de” and Memories of a Cultural Shock
  882. Ataklan Walks Naked
  883. And then McFate Retreated…
  884. Two Ways of Doing Anthropology, Maybe a Third, and Still Losing
  885. A second HTS Researcher has been killed
  886. “The Field”: Doing “Anthropology” (1.2)
  887. Attack Iran, Elect McCain, Wait for the Punch(line)
  888. Spirited Encounters: American Indians Protest Museum Policies and Practices
  889. National Aboriginal Solidarity Day: Montreal
  890. National Security Research, Imperialist Emergencies and the Minerva Research Initiative: Some Further Consideration (1.1)
  891. Minerva Project Now Official and Ready to Begin (1.1)
  892. “Me so horny, me love you long time”: The Phallo-Fascism of a Vainglorious Anthropologist in the Academilitary
  893. Left “Speechless” by “Deathpower”
  894. Navajo Nation Steelpan, and Aboriginal Reggae
  895. Another Caribbean musician “endorses” Obama
  896. Aboriginal Film Festivals, 2008: Montreal, Winnipeg, London, San Francisco
  897. Apology to Native Americans in the U.S.: current discussions
  898. The Romance of Anthropology & Getting Real Public Attention
  899. The Sun Starts to Rise
  900. Rapsure Risin
  902. Repossession, Decolonization, and Anthropology: The Return of First Nations Remains
  903. Canada’s Apology to Aboriginals (3.1)
  904. The Ethnographic Adventure of a “Rogue Sociologist”: Gang Leader for a Day goes Hollywood
  905. Indiana Jones and the Colonial World
  906. “Why can’t we move on? Why do we have to live in the past?”
  907. What is “American Art”? Thin-Lipped Gravitas
  908. “Canada” — Dealing with the Hate Crime: Prime Minister’s Apology to Aboriginals this Wednesday (2.2)
  909. Decolonizing Japan?
  910. “Canada” — The Name of a Hate Crime
  911. Walk Cautiously Where Shame and Confusion Lurk
  912. Barack Obama and American Indians: “You will be on my mind every day I am in the White House”
  913. A Caribbean Love Affair with Obama? “We Need Barack! Jehovah Guide Him”
  914. When does reciprocity not matter? When you’re a journalist and not an anthropologist
  915. Is the “lone researcher” a myth?
  916. And what if I do not want to do “collaborative anthropology”?
  917. Colonialism and the Archaeological Wild Man: Canadian anthropologists react to Indiana Jones
  918. Joshua Marx, Anthropologist Among the Nationalists, Jumbies, and Whores of the Postcolony
  919. That’s Just Ole Rum Talk…
  920. They Fell For It (Suckers): “New Tribe Discovered”
  921. Questions about Race, Indigeneity, and Photography
  922. Daniela Drinks with “Darkie”
  923. Four New Tribes Discovered: 3 in the USA, 1 in Iraq
  924. More Publications on Anthropology & Counterinsurgency
  925. American Anthropology & the Pentagon: Let’s Professionalize “Terrorism” Research (1.6)
  926. The United States’ Colonial Armed Forces: “Un-American” Troops? (1.2)
  927. Fidel: Obama, the “Empire’s Hypocrite” (1.4)
  928. Revolution (3-Canal): “This land is ‘mines’ “
  929. Restoration: More Indigenous than the Ancestors, in the Eye of the Poet
  930. Project Updates (2.0)
  931. KOBO•TOWN: The Promise of Independence
  932. Toward a More Public Social Science
  933. Toward a Globally Connected, Public Social Science
  934. Structures of Knowledge, the Social Sciences, Decolonization, and the World-System
  935. Erkan Saka: Blogging as a Research Tool (1.1)
  936. Australia: Social Sciences Robbed of “Usefulness”
  938. The Craft of the Online Anthropologists: The New Medium is the Message
  939. Looking Beyond SSHRC: Decentralizing and Opening Research Funding (1.3)
  940. Apologies to The Queen, on The Day of Her Royal Highness
  941. Marlon’s Monday Morning Medication
  942. Eye Candy? Sweetie?
  943. Caribbean Musicians for Barack Obama
  945. Rethinking Academic Conferences
  946. Human Terrain System: Video on YouTube
  947. Useful Anthropology (and “Political Gonorrhoea”)
  948. Anthropology is Dead, Long Live Anthropology! (Who Wants to Leave those Golden Rule Days in the Jungle?) – 1.3
  949. Not Radical Enough: Disengaged Anthropology (1.5)
  950. Talk Yuh Talk, Mocking Pretenders
  951. Book Review: Citizen Indians: Native American Intellectuals, Race, and Reform
  952. HTS Researcher Killed in Afghanistan
  953. Dominica Carib Chief Seeks Legislation Barring Intermarriage
  954. Academic Blogs: Purposes and Benefits?
  955. Debating Public Anthropology: American Anthropologist
  956. Disappearing disciplinary borders in the social science library – global studies or sea change?
  957. Institutional Limits on Collaborative Anthropology: More on SSHRC Funding in Canada
  958. Social Science Research Funding in Canada: Additional Notes (4.3)
  959. Social Science Research Funding in Canada (2.0), or: “Where Devils Dare to Defecate”
  960. SSHRC: International Collaboration?
  961. Humour, Obscenity, and Localized Globalization(s)
  962. It’s a 1-8-7 from the Undercover Blog…
  963. CNN’s “Mondo Cane”: Screaming Muslim Babies in India, and Gawking Journalists (updated)
  964. Maurice Bloch: “Reluctant Anthropologist” or “Anti-Anthropologist”?
  965. CONCEPTUAL Challenges of Multi-Sited Ethnography
  966. On “The Ivory Tower”: Marc Bousquet speaks with Tiziana Terranova
  967. The Distraction of the Everday
  968. Call for Papers: THEORY IN ACTION
  969. Dreaming of a New World (Movement²)
  970. The New OPEN ANTHROPOLOGY Website
  971. Wikipedia, Scholarpedia, Citizendium, knol: Open Knowledge Production and Access
  972. Shame on You, Barack Obama? More on Clinton’s (and the Mass Media’s) Racism (5.0)
  973. The Changing Self: Fear of Death?
  974. A White Woman’s Burden: Hillary Clinton, Imperialism, and Racism
  975. New•World•Knowledge: A Caribbean Legacy and a Future Anthropology
  976. Aimé Césaire Has Passed On
  977. Public Anthropology or Anthropology in Public? (2nd update)
  978. Anthropology and Global Counterinsurgency: Paper Abstracts
  979. 09-11-1984, The Calculus of Fear: When Trivial Terrors Become the “Real Threats”
  980. Reviewing the AAA’s Report on Anthropology and the Military
  981. More News on Anthropology and Counterinsurgency
  982. American Anthropologists against Counterinsurgency: Part Two
  983. Open Source & Open Access Textbooks
  984. The Military-Academic Complex in the U.S.: “The Minerva Consortia”
  985. Distributed Creativity and Design
  986. Interviewing the Electronically Archived “You”
  987. George Marcus: “No New Ideas” (2.0) & the After-Life of Anthropology (1.1)
  988. Indigeneity, Créolité, and Independence: Mylène Priam
  989. Plagiarism or Collaboration?
  990. International Student Ethnographic Film Festival, 2008, London
  991. International Survey of Open Access Journals, and the case of KACIKE
  992. Theory in Action: Call for Papers
  993. Internet Indigeneity & Anthropological Advocacy: text of a presentation at the University of South Florida (March 19, 2008)
  994. Questioning ICTs in the Classroom
  995. Banning “Secret Research” in Anthropology
  996. Academic “Social Network Sites”: Very Preliminary Impressions
  997. Recent Internet News: Net Neutrality, the End of Netscape, Google’s Site Builder
  998. The Library as Open Access Publisher, and Digital Publishing 2.0
  999. Anti-Indigenous Film Broadcast in Sweden
  1000. Dr. Roi Kwabena Has Passed On
  1001. The Australian Apology to Aboriginals: News Extracts
  1002. Text of the Australian Government’s Apology to Aboriginals
  1003. Australia to Apologize to Aboriginals
  1004. Republic of Lakotah
  1005. More Developments and Debates on Open Access Scholarship…and One Outrageous Proposal
  1006. Articles on Open Access Anthropology
  1007. International Journal of Internet Science
  1008. Digital Scholarship: Roundup from Inside Higher Ed.
  1009. Turcisce Carnival by Ivo Kuzmanic: Comments from FFEM 2007
  1010. International Ethnographic Film Festival of Quebec: Comments
  1011. Cape Town Open Education Declaration
  1012. E-Textbooks — for Real This Time?
  1014. How the University Works
  1015. New Book: Hans Staden’s True History
  1016. Indigenous Section of the AAA Approved
  1017. Exposing the Network
  1018. If we reject the dogs of war then surely we will not accommodate their fleas
  1020. Anthropologist on Uncyclopedia: Mousy Pedant? Moi?
  1021. Canis Homo
  1022. New Journal: Collaborative Anthropologies
  1023. Of Mirror Images, Fanatics, and Cartoon Characters: Militarizing Anthropology
  1024. Government retreats on copyright reform
  1025. “Led by the military, war-weary US awakens to ’soft power’”
  1026. “Anthropologists on the Front Lines”
  1027. Ethnography: Entanglements and Ruptures
  1028. The First Australopithecus War
  1029. Riposte to Imperial Anthropology in Iraq: On the Civility of US Forces
  1030. France’s Imperial Leader Explains Africa to Itself
  1031. David Maybury-Lewis Passes On
  1032. The Narrative of Imperialism: Revisiting the Ugly American (Anthropologist)
  1033. Secrecy and Anthropology
  1034. Initial Reactions to AAA Report on Anthropologists & Counterinsurgency
  1035. Engagement of Anthropology with Security and Intelligence Communities
  1036. “Man Dies from Heart Attack in Second Life”
  1037. Indigenous Resistance/ Indigenous Reality: from The Fire This Time
  1038. “NZ anti-terrorism laws branded incoherent after raid fiasco”
  1039. On “Native Terrorism”: A Reader Responds
  1040. Indigenism and Essentialism, 2
  1041. Defeated Howard Worries that Recolonization is Over
  1042. Why Ethnography is Needed
  1043. Goodbye and Good Riddance John Howard!
  1044. HTS “Anthropologists”: Predictable & Contradictory Arguments
  1045. Fieldwork: Not an Inalienable Right, but an Expendable Rite
  1046. “Alleviating Harm”: Which Side are Anthropologists Supporting?
  1047. Cyberspace News, 1
  1048. Transforming Academia with New Technologies
  1049. Open Letter to Richard Shweder
  1050. Transforming Academia
  1051. The Political Economy of Academia
  1052. “I gots me a big new grant!”–Cha-Ching!
  1053. Dominica, Caribs, and a German U-boat? The problem of why “we always get people like you.”
  1054. Paths Ahead, 3: Decolonization and Open Knowledge
  1055. Paths Ahead, 2: Questions about “Academic Colonialism”
  1056. Conversation on Journals and Open Access Publishing
  1057. Bloggers Reacting to the American Anthropological Association’s Online Statement
  1058. Empty Scholasticism at its Best on the AAA Blog
  1059. Job Ads for Counterinsurgency Support on AAA Website?
  1060. Why is Anthropology Linked to Counterinsurgency?
  1061. Politics and Ethics: Anthropologists and Human Terrain Systems
  1062. Anthropologists React to the AAA Statement on the Ethics of Counterinsurgency Research
  1063. AAA Executive Board on Human Terrain Systems
  1064. ASAonline
  1065. Radical Anthropology
  1066. The Ethics of Conference Attendance
  1067. To “Abu Muqawama”: Tilting at Shadows of an Ivory Tower
  1068. Counterinsurgency Field Manual: Links to Discussions
  1069. What is Public Anthropology?
  1070. “A Surge in Plagiarism”…Or How to Make a Molehill out of a Mountain
  1071. “Important Ideas” in Anthropology
  1072. The Ethnographer’s “Job” Makes a Little Boy Laugh
  1073. Militarizing Anthropology: Links to news, essays
  1074. Paths Ahead? 1
  1075. “Models” of Anthropological Colonialism?
  1076. David Price: Anthropology, Counterinsurgency, the Kill Chain, and Plagiarism
  1077. Montgomery McFate: The New Heroine for a Collapsing Discipline (1.1)
  1078. Impermanence, II
  1079. Impermanence & Re-animalization
  1080. Visualizing Online Collaboration, Live
  1081. Shweder’s “True Culture War,” Part II
  1082. Richard A. Shweder: A True Culture War
  1083. Indigenous Decolonization
  1084. SSHRC Policy on Open Access
  1085. More Hysteria over the “Native Terrorist”
  1086. More Inconvenient Truths
  1087. Type P-A-I-N
  1088. Anti-anti-essentialism. 1
  1089. “Deep Hanging Out”? Yeah right.
  1090. Amorphography, 1
  1091. Who is my audience? What am I doing here?
  1092. Yes Master, Ethnography is Truth
  1093. “We Have Ethnography”
  1094. BBC News: US Army Enlists Anthropologists
  1095. David Price: Anthropologists as Spies
  1096. In the world of the mercenary, colonialism is past, present, and future
  1097. From Apter (1999): Fabian’s Dialogical, Performative Ethnographic Experiment
  1098. Anthropology and Colonialism: More from Diane Lewis (1973)
  1099. Another Revolution Missed: Anthropology of Cyberspace
  1100. Open Access: Statements from 2004
  1101. “It’s very easy to be an advocate…”
  1102. The Prisoner of Agenda
  1103. Diane Lewis: Anthropology and Colonialism
  1104. Network of Concerned Anthropologists: Online Pledge
  1105. “Extinction” isn’t what it used to be
  1106. Post-Tribal Stress Disorder
  1107. Guanaguanare: Universal Aboriginality
  1108. The Yanomami Controversy
  1109. The Colonization Will be Televised
  1110. Indigenous Activism at the United Nations
  1111. Against Recolonization: Australian Anthropologists Speak Out
  1112. Anthropology and Indigenous Sovereignty
  1113. American Indians confront UC-Berkeley over remains
  1114. Senate Panel Revisits Kennewick Controversy, Sides with Tribes
  1115. Anthropology’s Dirty Little Colonial Streak
  1116. Introducing the beginnings of the Open Anthropology Project

Imported entries that pre-date this blog:

  1. The Binding Symbolic Value of the UN Declaration
  3. UN Draft Declaration on Indigenous Peoples Rights
  4. UN General Assembly to take action on Indigenous Declaration
  5. Commemorative “Indigenous Days” without Indigenous Rights
  6. Twelve percent American Indian?
  7. Blogs for Indigenous News and Commentary
  8. The Imperialist Drive
  9. Indigenous Peoples and the USA on Trial
  10. Recolonizing Australia…or why Trojan horses never say “sorry”
  11. Ottawa to Appeal Expansion of Indigenous “Status”
  12. Canada: New Developments in Indigenous Status
  13. Canada, the UN, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  14. Aboriginals in Australia: Still the Worst Off
  15. Who Is An Indian? Race, Blood, DNA, and the Politics of Indigeneity in the Americas
  16. News from Australia
  17. Indigenous Activism at the United Nations
  18. Brazilian Indigenous Leaders Condemn Pope
  19. Pope Against Indigenous Religious Traditions
  20. The Vatican and Indigenous Cultural Revival
  21. Vive la xénophobie: Cannibal myth-making…again
  22. Wade Davis: Cultural Conservation Rights
  23. Ward Churchill and the Witch Hunters
  24. Unfair Trade: EU against Africa, Caribbean & Pacific
  25. Interpreting the Gli-Gli
  26. Canadian Government and Native “Terrorists”
  27. Does Arima Matter?
  28. The Catholic Church and the Caribs in Trinidad
  29. Does Trinidad Recognize Its Indigenous People?
  30. Seminole Tribe Purchases Transnational Corporation
  31. Cherokee Nation News Release
  32. Cherokee Nation Revokes Citizenship of Freedmen
  33. Cherokee Nation Expels Native Citizens with African Ancestry
  34. Dialogue: Newest Issue
  35. New Book: Quest for Caribbean Unity
  36. Abu Ghraib, Trinidad & Tobago
  37. Apocalypto Aside from “Accuracy”
  38. Apocalypto
  39. Rosa
  40. Words of Wisdom from Guanaguanare
  41. Australian Aboriginals Win Claim to Perth
  42. Caledonia, Ontario: Beware the Big Bad Indian
  43. Garifuna Protest at Disney: Photographs
  44. “You Got Recognition”
  45. Letter from Cristo Adonis (Carib, Trinidad)
  46. Addendum: Caribs & Santa Rosa, 2006
  47. Caribs and the Santa Rosa Festival, 2006
  48. Venezuelan Aid for American Indians
  49. Rejecting Papal Bull
  50. “Natives” and “Terrorism”: Keeping the Hysteria Raw
  51. Farrakhan: Common Struggle with Navajos
  52. Trinidad Debates Eurocentrism and Indigeneity
  53. Garifunas Speaking Out Against Disney
  54. Pirates of the Caribbean: Commentary by Claire Yashar
  55. Soca Warriors, Amerindian Masking
  56. The UN’s Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  58. Breaking Bread
  59. Garifuna Protest Disney, Anaheim, CA, June 24
  60. “Canada” Opposes UN Draft Charter for Indigenous Peoples
  61. The Reclamation of an Indigenous Continent
  62. Boycott Disney, Pirates of the Caribbean
  63. Soca Warriors! Trinidad Pride at World Cup 2006
  64. The Native “Terrorist”: Anti-Indigenous Vocabulary in 2006
  65. What is Happening in “Canada”?
  66. “Canada”: The Name of an Invasion
  67. Dr. Roi Kwabena: Indigenous and African Heritages
  68. Calls to Change Dominica’s Name
  69. Cosmetic Respect for Indigenous Culture in Trinidad
  70. New Book: America is Indian Country
  71. Cannibalism: Interview with Neil Whitehead
  72. Seminoles With African Ancestry: The Right To Heritage
  73. Disney and Carib “Cannibals” Continued
  74. Freedmen descendants use DNA to show Indian blood
  75. Being conscious of origins in Indian affairs
  76. Cannibal Stories
  77. Cannibalism as Cultural Libel
  78. Indigenous Protest Against Disney
  79. Disney’s Carib Indian cannibals deserve boycott
  80. News-Dominica article: Pirates, Caribs & Cannibals
  81. Aboriginal Australians Charge Government with Genocide
  82. Indigenous Rights in the Caribbean
  83. Indigenous peoples oppose National Geographic & IBM research project
  84. Trinidad Express: Caribs Speak about Disney
  85. Carib Community of Trinidad Joins Indigenous Condemnations of Disney
  86. National Garifuna Council of Belize Protests Disney’s Cannibalism
  87. Garifuna Poetry
  88. The Dying Planet
  89. Dominica’s Minister of Tourism Defends Disney, Feb. 18, 2005
  90. Protesting Disney’s Cannibalism in St. Vincent
  91. In Memoriam: Hilary Frederick, past Chief of the Dominica Caribs
  92. Disney and its Cannibals
  93. Statement from Chief Charles Williams of the Dominica Carib Territory re: Disney
  94. Dominica Caribs Exoticized as Cannibals: More News and Other Links
  95. Caribs of Dominica to be Portrayed as Cannibals in Disney Film

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