Sunday, January 20, 2013

Open Access Journal: Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers

[First posted in AWOL 4 May 2010. Updated 20 January 2013]

Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers
Over the last fifty years, the Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers has evolved into a semi-annual volume with considerable international readership. We publish articles in the general field of anthropology (and all its subdisciplines) and neighboring fields which are of theoretical and/or practical interest. We remain particularly committed to publishing the work of students and junior scholars.
The KAS began hosting annual meetings in May 1957. These meetings have taken many forms over the years: some have included papers representing the spectrum of anthropological interests, others have focused closely on specific topics. Several meetings have been held to honor the scholarship of retiring anthropologists, and one has taken the form of an Ethnographic Film Festival. The most recent KAS conference, "Translocalities: Borders, Boundaries, and the Making of Sites," was held April 2003. In addition to its printed journal, KAS is also now a free, open-access scholarly journal (Fall 2009).
Both the journal and conferences are designed and implemented by graduate students in the Department of Anthropology at UC Berkeley, with support from faculty and campus organizations, such as the Graduate Assembly. While KAS typically has a senior faculty advisor from the UC Berkeley Anthropology Department, we remain an autonomous student institution that is financially independent from the department. All graduate students in the UCB Anthropology Department and the Joint UCB-UCSF Medical Anthropology Program are eligible to become members of the KAS.

Issue 101
The Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers’ 101st issue draws on our discipline’s wide-ranging subfields to constitute a general issue. Current anthropology focuses on a broad spectrum of topics, and this issue reflects this diversity of current research, ranging from the investigation of political rituals to the ways that communities interact with and form the spaces in which they are found.

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An Anthropological Ecology?
Struggles to Secure Environmental Quality and Social Justice PDF
Barbara Rose Johnston
Ethical and Efficacious Interventions:
HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis,
Behavioral-Pharmaceutical Slippage & Biomarkers PDF
Ryan Whitacre
A Fight for Countermemory and Counteridentity:
The Alternative Ceremony of Independence Day in Israel PDF
Lisa Jenny Krieg
Planning for Diverse Use/rs:
Ethnographic Research on Bikes, Bodies, and Public Space in LA PDF
Adonia E. Lugo
Visca el Barça! Ideology, Nationalism, and the FIFA World Cup PDF Carrie Benjamin
“What Was Done Cannot Be Undone”:
Present-Day Apologies of Political Leaders for
Transgressions of a Nation’s Past PDF
Norielyn Romano
Is a Peripheral Anthropology Possible? The Issue of Universalism PDF Mondher Kilani
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Issues 99/100: Anthropology Revisited As we begin 2011, the practice of anthropology continues to shift alongside the ever-changing worlds around it. The emergence of new technologies, revamped methodologies, and multiple movements in the last decade are just a few of the factors which alter the scope – and focus – of anthropological work.
This issue focuses on the past inventions and future innovations of the discipline in the form of theoretical shifts, reframing categories, not-yet histories, and methodological transformations - a look back to what's been left out and what's yet to emerge.

Front Matter: PDF Editorial PDF Laura Nader
Where is Anthropology Going? PDF Elizabeth Colson, Seth Holmes, Michael Fischer, Zoe Crossland, Craig Stanford, Jane Guyer,
Angela Garcia, James Igoe, Todd Ochoa, Gene Hammel, Tom Boellstorff, Joao Biehl, Webb Keane

Speaking the Same Language: Bridging the Ever-Growing Disciplinary Divide Between Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology PDF Ivy Hepp and Joshua Englehardt
Adorno’s Dilemma: On Difficult Writing and Sophistication in Anthropology Today PDF Marc Goodwin
Multiple Approaches: Changing Identities on the Hungarian Plain during the Early to Middle Copper Age PDF Ian Pawn
Good-enough Ethnography: Reflections on Becoming a Medical Anthropologist PDF David Eaton
In Conversation with Professor Aihwa Ong PDF Interview by Vineeta Sinha
Public Policy and Publics in Post-Katrina New Orleans: How Critical Topics Circulate and Shape Recovery Policy PDF Anne M. Lovell, Samuel Bordreuil, Vincanne Adams, Jacques Morial, Latoya Cantrell,
Karen Gadbois, Maria Ludwick, Lisanne Brown, Mary Howell, Martha Ward

Poaching at the Multispecies Salon PDF Eben Kirksey, Craig Schuetze, Nick Shapiro, Shiho Satsuka, Natasha Myers,
Celia Lowe, Jacob Metcalf, Matei Candea, Stefan Helmreich

Imposing Aid: The Ethnography of Displacement and its Aftermath PDF Elizabeth Colson
The Plight of “Big Black Dogs” in American Animal Shelters: Color-Based Canine Discrimination PDF Amanda Leonard
Rural Development Intervention and the Challenges of Sustainable Livelihood in
an Oil Producing Area of Nigeria PDF
Babajide Ololajulo
Multiscalarity and Transcultural Interaction in the Post-Contact Northeast:
A Dual Application of World-Systems Theory and Structured History PDF
Bradley Phillippi
Negotiating Normality: Experiences from Three Italian Patient Support Groups PDF Mirna Cola and Daniella Crocetti
Right to Know: Indigenous Youth Filmmaking for Social Justice and Human Rights PDF Kellen Prandini and Mariana Ferreira

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Issue 98: The University in Crisis
Over the course of the fall semester of 2009, UC campuses responded to the budget crisis with protests that ranged from rallies, marches, teach-ins, sit-outs, to occupation of campus buildings. This special issue of the Kroeber Anthropological Society Journal brings together faculty and undergraduate student voices from spoken protest to print.
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