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Life Histories (of nonhumans)

Rooting around among accounts of nonhumans—as I regularly do in listening to my biological anthropology colleagues and, more widely, in the pursuit of multispecies ethnography—I was surprised to come across “life history” as an analytic. My associations with the term … Continue reading

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Free the social!

The fundamental limitation of social is that it has been articulated as a foil to the individual as a core, highly valued category in modern culture. As much as anthropologists invest in theorizing and analyzing the social and culture, we … Continue reading

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