Gated communities more popular, and not just for the rich By Haya El Nasser, USA TODAY Dec 15, 2002

Mexico Find Spurs Debate on Earliest 'Writing' by Guy Gugliotta, Washington Post, Dec 9, 2002. Quotes Coe, Pohl and Houston.

No Refuge from Reality, The Guardian, Dec 2, 2002. Setha Low discusses gated communities.

Gangs in New York, USA Today, Dec 3, 2002 with Brian Fergusson

Secrets of Voodoo Revealed on TV Show, National Geographic News, by Brian Handwerk, Oct. 21, 2002

Skull draws daggers, Nature, by Helen Pearson, October 10, 2002

A New Look at Old Data May Discredit a Theory on Race, The New York Times, Oct. 8, 2002

Paul Stoller is interviewed in this major CNN documentary Inside Africa, Oct. 7, 2002

William O. Beeman: Invasion blowback concerns experts, Providence Journal, Sept. 30, 2002

Don Brenneis speaks out on gossip, Odyssey, NPR's WBEZ, Sept. 25, 2002

Help Moms Out of Poverty, Philadelphia Daily News, Sept. 23, 2002. This op-ed article was submitted by Judith Goode but co-written with Louise Lamphere, Jo-Anne Schneider and Sandi Morgan.

Maya Carvings Tell of Two Superpowers, by John Noble Wilford, New York Times, Sept. 19

Stairs Lead to Change in Mayan Story, Washington Post, by Guy Gugliotta, Sept. 19, 2002

Titicaca Reedbeds Ben Orlove on NPR's Earth and Sky on Sept. 15, 2002

Geoffrey White was interviewed on memories of 9/11 on NPR Sept. 10, 2002

AAA member Amy Mundorff is hailed by CNN in their In-Depth Special as a Hero in America Remembers Sept. 9, 2002

Dan Rabinowitz's op-ed in the Haaretz Daily and Herald Tribune Sept. 1, 2002 commemorating the death of 13 Palestinian citizens of Israel

No Rest for African Burial Ground, by Marcia Slacum Greene, Washjngton Post, Aug 27, 2002

Why Childhood? John Bock was interviewed on NPR's The Connection, Aug 19, 2002

There is a rift in the profession over working for the government and helping a government that is waging war. Guest host Renee Montagne talks with two anthropologists, Anna Simons and Catherine Lutz on NPR's Morning Edition, Aug 14, 2002

Network of Waterways Traced to Ancient Florida Culture, by Mark Derr, New York Times, July 23, 2002

Maya Sipping Chocolate in 600 BD, by Lidia Wasowicz, UPI, July 18, 2002

David Kertzer, author of The Popes Against the Jews: The Vatican's Role in the Rise of Modern Anti-Semitism was interviewed by Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air, July 17, 2002

Silicon Valley Without Trimmings, by John Markoff and Matt Richtel, New York Times, July 15, 2002

Earliest Human Ancestor? Skull Dates to When Apes, Humans Split, by Guy Guiliotta, Washington Post, July 11, 2002

Skull alters notions of human origins Central Africa find is oldest ever, by Tim Friend, USA TODAY page A1, July 10, 2002

Fitting in with the Air Force, by Michael Zimmerman, Washington Post, July 8, 2002

Should We All Be Vegetarians? TIME Magazine cover story, by Richard Corliss, July 7, 2002

Reassembling Another Bit of New York History, by Jason Begay, New York Times, July 6, 2002

Anthropological Association's Report Criticizes Yanomami Researchers and Their Accuser, by David Glenn, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 2, 2002

Fridge Door, by Marina Pisano, San Antonio Express-News June 30, 2002 (based on a feature story in the May AN)

How cooking may have warmed Homo erectus' hearth, heart; Anthropologist credits culinary arts for making us human, by Natalie Angier, NYT service, San Francisco Chronicle, June 26, 2002

A question of culture, UC Santa Cruz Student Examines the Drive Behind NASCAR Fans Loyalty, by Mark Emmons, The Mercury News, June 23, 2002

Skeleton Keys by Libby Copeland, Washington Post, May 31, 2002

Cooking, and How it Slew the Beast Within, by Natalie Angier, New York Times, May 28, 2002

Bones Reveal Some Truth in 'Noble Savage Myth' by Jack Lucentini, The Washington Post, April 15, 2002

The Bodies Are Creepy, but Death Does Us Proud by Nicholas Wade, NYT, April 14, 2002

Upheaval in Venezuela PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, April 12, 2002

Canada's National Post series co-authored by Nancy Scheper Hughes:
Organ theft extends its tentacles
- April 2, 2002
Europe's poorest sell their kidneys
- March 29, 2002
'Doctor Vulture' - March 30, 2002

Notes From Fayetteville; North Carolina Under Friendly Fire - By Catherine Lutz ( Op-Ed ) NYT March 8, 2002

'Outrageous science' UC Berkeley's highly praised anthropology department turns 100 - Charles Burress, Chronicle Staff Writer, Wednesday, February 6, 2002 San Francisco Chronicle

Consuming Rituals of the Suburban Tribe - by Lawrence Osborne, January 13, 2002, New York Times