Good Intentions: Norms and Practices of Imperial Humanitarianism is the fourth volume in the New Imperialism series published by Alert Press, and it has just been released in hardcover, paperback, and in a couple of free versions online (a simple PDF, a bookmarked PDF [also here], or individual chapter files as below). In addition, over… Read More New Book: Good Intentions (Norms and Practices of Imperial Humanitarianism)
This statement, written by Ryan Anderson, Jason Antrosio, Sarah Kendzior and myself, is a response to a post on the American Anthropological Association blog that discusses our recent writings about adjuncts, anthropology, and academia. We are gratified that the American Anthropological Association has taken note of our critical commentary on the vagaries of the academic… Read More Dear AAA: Sink or Swim?
“Sometimes,” remarked a wise colleague of mine many years ago, “It seems all I know how to do is critique.” We were postgraduate students, I in anthropology, she in sociology, but our paths crossed several times in the classes of a VFM whose task it was to bathe us in the critical light of dialectics.… Read More Less Than Zero Anthropology
Zero Anthropology is actively publishing once again. This week we will be publishing essays and reports on “securitization” with reference to research funding for Canadian academics; race and security, the shootings in Colorado; and essays on Afghanistan.… Read More Zero Anthropology Resumes Publishing