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Contents:

Cover and TOC

    1. R Cover and Table of Contents

Dialogue

    1. R Correspondence

In Focus

    1. R Challenges of Prison Ethnography
      1. James B Waldram
    2. R Whispers from Al-Fara'a
      1. Michael Kennedy
    3. R Ethnography in Sites of Total Confinement
      1. Lorna A Rhodes
    4. R Anthropology as Preparation for Prison Work
      1. Jean Berggren
    5. R Bodies and Things Confined: Archaeological Approaches to Studying Control and Detention
      1. Adrian T Myers

Association Business

    1. R Strengthening Our Association: A Year in Review
      1. Setha Low
    2. R Code of Ethics of the American Anthropological Association: Proposed Revisions 2008
    3. R Crafting an Ethics Casebook: A Resource for Publicly-Engaged Anthropology
      1. Robert Albro
    4. R Educational Anthropologies in Korea and the UK
      1. Guven Witteveen
    5. R The Paradox of Democracy in the New Racial Domain
      1. Faye V Harrison

Call for Papers

    1. R Call for Papers, 108th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association: The End/s of Anthropology.
      1. John L Jackson
        Deborah Thomas

Knowledge Exchange

    1. R Entrapped: Post-9/11 Challenges of Doing Research in Muslim Communities
      1. Janet Bauer
    2. R Anthropology in a Simulation World: When Fieldwork Engages Pop Culture
      1. Scott A Lukas

Public Affairs

    1. R Practicing Anticipatory Anthropology with Austrian National Leaders
      1. Robert B Textor
    2. R A Modest Map of the Aid World
      1. Peter Redfield
        Erica Bornstein
    3. R Museum Anthropology as Applied Anthropology
      1. Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh

Academic Affairs

    1. R Creating Social Change by Teaching Behind Bars: The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
      1. Susan B Hyatt
    2. R The Prison Notebook: Lessons Learned Teaching Anthropology at San Quentin State Prison
      1. David Reed Cohen
        Lee Panich
    3. R Barring Education: Fostering a Learning Community in Prison Classrooms
      1. Kathleen Costello
    4. R An Argument for Offering Higher Education in Prisons
      1. Jed Tucker

Career Development

    1. R Wenner-Gren Foundation News
      1. Leslie C Aiello
    2. R NSF's Law and Social Sciences Program
      1. Susan Brodie Harie
    3. R Kudos, Award Recipient and Grant Recipients
    4. R Job Placement

Section News

    1. R Section News

Meeting Calendar

    1. R Meeting Calendar