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Starting with the Horniman Museum's announcement, this guest editorial analyses recent pledges by several institutions in the UK and elsewhere to return Benin Bronzes to Nigeria. Which institutions have pledged to return, and what are the issues involved? Why has the British Museum not followed...
Anthropologists explore how people create connections among themselves and to the larger world. Economists use deductive reasoning to explain much the same. Anthropologists expect serendipity; economists draw on calculation and design. Positioned between the two, economic anthropology can build...
This article adopts an ethnographic perspective to present the mental health situation of arrivals from Hong Kong (HK) to the UK on the British National (Overseas) – BN(O) – visa. In the months after the 2019–2020 HK protests, Western and Chinese media announced the onset of a mental health...
Female sterilization, or tubal ligation, is rural India's most prevalent form of contraception. The paperwork surrounding this procedure provides an interesting lens through which to investigate the state, its institutions and their material conditions. The production and circulation of this...
The mobilization for greenhouse gas reduction has significantly boosted our interest in electric cars and green mobility. E‐powered technology and lithium‐ion (Li‐ion) batteries are now cornerstones of our green tech discourse. These technologies rest on the fast‐growing demand for rare metals...
This article stresses the importance of further developing an anthropological approach to misinformation studies. It argues that misinformation studies should outgrow their dichotomy between truth and falsity to instead study misinformation as signals that reveal a range of narratives and...
More than ‘an’ ontological turn, during recent decades, anthropology has taken three distinct ontological turns. It has turned away from the human, away from evolution and away from sex. As a result, a lively and prolific anti‐anthropology is steadily displacing anthropology. This new work has...
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