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Contents:

Cover and TOC

    1. R Cover and Table of Contents

Dialogue

    1. R Correspondence

In Focus

    1. R Bridging Science and Humanism: Thoughts on the Future of Anthropology
      1. Richard Feinberg
    2. R Anthropology as Biosocial Science: The Future of Cross-Cutting Research
      1. James Holland Jones
    3. R Who is an Anthropologist? Scholarly Communities, Institutional Configurations and Intellectual Migrations
      1. Jane Desmond
    4. R Transnational Anthropologies: Producing Knowledge in the Emerging Global Academy
      1. Timm Lau
    5. R The Future of Archaeology as Anthropology
      1. K Anne Pyburn
    6. R Indigenous Archaeology Expands the Field: The Benefits of a New Perspective
      1. Joe Watkins
    7. R Encountering the Future: Anthropology and Outer Space
      1. David Valentine
        Valerie A Olson
        Debbora Battaglia
    8. R Human No More: Digital Subjectivities in a Post-Human Anthropology
      1. Neil L Whitehead
        Michael Wesch
    9. R The Future of Medical Anthropology: Meeting Global Health Challenges
      1. Merrill Singer
        Pamela I Erickson
    10. R No Anthropologist Left Behind? Reclaiming an Anthropological Voice in Education Policy Reform
      1. Teresa L McCarty
        Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy

Call for Papers

    1. R Call for Papers, 109th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association: Circulation
      1. Monica Heller

Association Business

    1. R Posting Past Meeting Abstracts Online: AAA Survey Results
      1. Oona Schmid
    2. R Global Knowledge Flows: Participating in International Meetings
      1. Fran Rothstein

Knowledge Exchange

    1. R The Transnational Somali Field: Ethical and Methodological Challenges
      1. Marja Tiilikainen

Public Affairs

    1. R Human Rights and the Honduran Coup
      1. Adrienne Pine
    2. R Ethics in Archaeology and Anthropology: Interrelated or Inherently Different?
      1. Laura Gongaware
        Laura Short O'Halloran

Academic Affairs

    1. R Anthropologists Cheer Ostrom's Nobel: Prize Recognizes Interdisciplinary Scholarship
      1. Amber Wutich
        Michael E Smith
    2. R Budget Cuts as a Chance to Grow: Strengthening Anthropology in Tough Times
      1. Barbara J Mills
    3. R Who Was Boas, Really? Confronting Anthropology's Past in Our Creation of its Future
      1. Kerry Thompson
    4. R Archaeology as a Gateway to the Four Fields
      1. Monica L Smith

Career Development

    1. R Navigating NSF
      1. Deborah Winslow
    2. R Kudos, Awards, Grants, Funding
    3. R Job Placement

In Memoriam

    1. R Obituaries

Section News

    1. R Section News

From the President

    1. R A Farewell Message
      1. Setha Low

Meeting Calendar

    1. R Meeting Calendar