Why is history never set in stone?

July 13th, 2013 a socio-political movement took off across the United States...

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Negotiating Contested Landscapes: The Alaska Lupin in Iceland

A windy summer day gives a glimpse into the complex, and at times contested, relations that emerge between people and plants in Iceland’s quickly transforming landscapes.

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Content Wanted! Become a Part of Transformations

How much of the experience and results of our anthropological research reaches the public? Far too little in our eyes. We want to change the cycle of invisibility. Anthropologists do have a lot to offer. We have the expertise to engage in public discourse. Anthropology matters. Tell your stories, write for us.

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From the Field to the Laptop: The Art of Writing a PhD Thesis

The fact that one should go for a PhD only when s/he is 100 percent sure is...

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