Fijian youth play rugby everyday, training for elusive overseas recruitment, 2016.
Photographer and Anthropologist: Daniel Guinness.
What happens to old scientific data? One Swedish researcher's solution, 2017.
Photographer and Anthropologist: Alison Cool.
New England knitting mill in time of precarity, 2016.
Photographer: Dennis Mitchell. Anthropologist: Caitrin Lynch.
Girl in Niger, 2013.
Photographer and Anthropologist: Ali Heller.
Residents of an IDP camp in Republic of Georgia confronting pervasive boredom and inactivity, 2008.
Photographer: Hannah Mintek. Anthropologist: Elizabeth Dunn.
Street art in Yogyakarta, Indonesia praising interfaith “friendliness and harmony.”
Photographer and Anthropologist: Carla Jones.
Promoting rich ethnography and relevant, cutting-edge theory in cultural anthropology since 1842.
Attend our conferences. Read our journal. Follow our conversations about human diversity.
AES is a section of the American Anthropological Association.
Jun 08, 2017
AE invites nominations for Editor
Apr 14, 2017
Remembering Margery Wolf
Mar 09, 2017
AES Statement on President Trump's Revised Executive Order on Immigration
August 2017 — Volume 44 | Issue 3