Anthropology Magazine

Partnering With Nonhumans for Climate Action


  • Op-Ed

    Arctic sea ice is breaking up and melting as the world’s atmosphere and waters warm.

    Partnering With Nonhumans for Climate Action

    Geoengineering plans to save Arctic ice tend to treat technology as a means for asserting human control over the environment. Instead, we should develop human-nonhuman partnerships to tackle climate change.

  • Conflicted

    durkheim trump - Does a written constitution ensure a more democratic society?

    Without Norms, Societies Fall Apart

    Written rules about how to govern only work if they are backed up by unwritten values shared across the political spectrum. Over the past four years, Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on U.S. democratic norms have taken a toll.

  • Op-Ed

    CDC social science

    The CDC Needs Social Science

    Sickness is not just biological­­—it’s social. That’s why social science should be central to controlling and preventing diseases.

  • Op-Ed

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    The Travesties of India’s Tribal Boarding Schools

    Two researchers argue that India’s large-scale tribal boarding schools revive features of 19th- and 20th-century boarding schools in North America and elsewhere that sought to strip Indigenous peoples of their families, languages, and cultural identities.

  • Op-Ed

    Kosova or Kosovo - Ruined buildings serve as reminders of the lives lost and displaced by the Kosovo War more than two decades ago.

    Spelling a Nation’s Name

    An archaeologist grappling with the recent history of war and genocide in the Balkans dives into the debate over how to name the territory known as either “Kosova” or “Kosovo.”

  • Curiosities