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Continuous advances in technological innovation are dramatically expanding possibilities for anthropological research. Digital sensors and mobile apps enable anthropologists to observe social behaviors and psycho-physiological states in the flow of everyday life with increasing fine granularity. By enabling us to model individual variability across time and space, these technologies can assist in linking social and ... Read More
 
Voices of Experience: Greg Downey & Daniel Lende

Voices of Experience: Greg Downey & Daniel Lende

An interview and conversation with Drs. Greg Downey (Macquarie University) and Daniel Lende (University of South Florida). In this conversation, Drs. Downey and Lende discuss the origin, applications, and future directions of neuroanthropology and the growth of its associated platforms online.
 
Voices of Experience: Dr. Rebecca Lester

Voices of Experience: Dr. Rebecca Lester

An interview and conversation with Dr. Rebecca Lester as part of the SPA Voices of Experience series. In this conversation, Dr. Lester discusses her newest book project “Famished: Eating Disorders in the Era of Managed Care” focusing on the conditions and experience of eating disorders treatment in the United States.
 
Voices of Experience: Dr. Seinenu Thein-Lemelson

Voices of Experience: Dr. Seinenu Thein-Lemelson

In this conversation, Dr. Thein-Lemelson discusses her research on the Burmese democracy movement and the atrocities that were perpetrated against activists and civilians during the 1988 Uprising and in its aftermath. Her research has examined historical memory of the uprising and the psychosocial, political, cultural, relational, and structural determinants of resilience among previously imprisoned political ... Read More
 
Voices of Experience: Dr. Alexander Hinton (Rutgers)

Voices of Experience: Dr. Alexander Hinton (Rutgers)

Dr. Hinton discusses his research among genocide survivors in Cambodia since the 1990s. Between 1975 and 1979, approximately two million Cambodians were killed during the Khmer Rouge. Dr. Hinton’s work has employed anthropological methods to illuminate why such atrocities occur and what justice means in the aftermath of genocide and mass violence. Focusing on the ... Read More