What is Transforming Anthropology? As the chief publication of the Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA), Transforming Anthropology interrogates the contemporary and historical construction of social inequities based on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, nationality and other invidious distinctions. Published semiannually, Transforming Anthropology reflects the dynamic, transnational, and contested conditions of the social worlds.
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Some top article’s from Transforming Anthropology
- “Maintaining Whiteness: the Fear of Others and Niceness” by Setha Low
- The Politics of Reproduction: the Troubling Case of Nadya Suleman and Assisted Reproductive Technology by Dana-Ain Davis
- The Issue of Whiteness by John L. Jackson Jr., Deborah A. Thomas
- What Are You Laughing At? Assessing the “Racial” in U.S. Public Discourse by John Hartigan Jr.
- Introduction: the Stakes of Whiteness Studies by Matthew Durington
- Circuits and Consequences of Dispossession: the Racialized Realignment of the Public Sphere for U.S. Youth by Michelle Fine, Jessica Ruglis
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