Fucking up, fixing up, and standing up (to the colonial project of gender and sexuality)

Sandy O’Sullivan

An anti-genealogical take on US anthropology and disciplinary reform: From anti-racism to decolonization

Carolyn Rouse

Facing the flames: The Herskovitses, Trinidad, and the anthropological imagination

Ryan Cecil Jobson

From decolonizing knowledge to postimperialism: A Latin American perspective

Gustavo Lins Ribeiro

Decolonizing a discipline in distress: Anthropology’s pasts, present, and futures in India

Amita Baviskar

Decolonizing Middle East anthropology: Toward liberations in SWANA societies

Amahl Bishara

Face-to-face with the (animal) Other: An invitation to decolonize the anthropology of Pakistan

Muhammad A. Kavesh

Comrades and spies: From socialist scholarship to claims of colonial innocence in the Czech Republic

Ema Hrešanová

Consultation is the new C-word

Gretchen Stolte

Kill your ancestors: The wars of decolonization

Andrew Sanchez

Cultivating a trauma-informed pedagogy: Decolonizing pathways for anthropology in Aotearoa New Zealand

Catherine Trundle Tarapuhi Vaeau

Ethnography after anthropology: Become moles, not mining corporations

Juno Salazar Parreñas


Ethical disconcertment and the politics of troublemaking: Land mines, humanitarian demining, and ecologies of trouble in rural Colombia

Diana Pardo Pedraza

Entrepreneurial activism: Ethical politics and class-based imaginations of change in Lebanon

Yasemin İpek

(Un)making the manual scavenger: Caste, contract, and ecological uncertainty in Bengaluru, India

Shreyas Sreenath

Polygons: The politics of mathematical abstractions in contemporary Peruvian Amazonia

Eduardo Romero Dianderas


Decolonizing anthropology: An ongoing process

A. Lynn Bolles


Editors’ note: Decolonizing anthropology: Global perspectives

by Susanna Trnka Jesse Hession Grayman L. L. Wynn


Decolonizing ethnography: Undocumented immigrants and new directions in social science By Carolina Alonso Bejarano, Lucia López Juárez, Mirian A. Mijangos García, and Daniel M. Goldstein. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019. 208 pp.

Jennifer R. Nájera

Decolonizing queer experience: LGBT+ narratives from eastern Europe and Eurasia Edited by Emily Channell-Justice. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2020. 205 pp.

Maria Brock

Waste worlds: Inhabiting Kampala’s infrastructures of disposability By Jacob Doherty. Oakland: University of California Press, 2021. 288 pp.

Elana Resnick

Galvanizing nostalgia? Indigeneity and sovereignty in Siberia By Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021. 254 pp.

Tyler B. Adkins

Police, provocation, politics: Counterinsurgency in Istanbul By Deniz Yonucu. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2022. 222 pp.

Darren Byler

Mediating Catholicism: Religion and media in global Catholic imaginaries Edited by Eric Hoenes del Pinal, Marc Roscoe Loustau, and Kristin Norget. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022. 245 pp.

Josep Almudéver Chanzà

Building on borrowed time: Rising seas and failing infrastructure in Semarang By Lukas Ley. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021. 240 pp.

Young Rae Choi

In the skin of the city: Spatial transformation in Luanda By António Tomás. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2022. 266 pp.

Till Förster

Weighing the future: Race, science, and pregnancy trials in the postgenomic era By Natali Valdez. Oakland: University of California Press, 2021. 284 pp.

Janelle Lamoreaux

Oaxaca in motion: An ethnography of internal, transnational, and return migration By Iván Sandoval-Cervantes. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2022. 117 pp.

Walter E. Little

O mundo do avesso: Verdade e política na era digital [The world inside out: Truth and politics in the digital age] By Letícia Cesarino. São Paulo: Ubu Editora, 2022. 304 pp.

David Nemer


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