Archive

2003

Heard in the Halls... by David Glenn, Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 12, 2003 - a wonderful collection of stories from the AAA meetings.

A Harrowing Look at Life in a Brazilian Shantytown by David Glenn, Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 12, 2003, features Donna M. Goldstein

Rural Haitians Are Vanguard in AIDS Battle by Celia W. Dugger, features Paul Farmer, New York Times, Nov. 30, 2003.

Discovery-Times documentary entitled "MLK Boulevard: The Concrete Dream" features Luke Eric Lassiter and his students at Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Indiana Jones is Going Corporate, by Robert Becker about Applied Anthropology with Sue Squires and Marietta Baba, Chicago Tribune, Nov. 23, 2003.

Op-ed: Bush's fly-in insignificant for Iraq's future by William Beeman, Chicago Tribune Nov. 30, 2003

A Professor Who Refuses to Pull His Punches by Emily Eaken, New York Times, Nov 8, 2003 story about member Loic Wacquant.

Robin Nagle will be talking about Garbage on NPR, All Things Considered, Weekend on Oct. 31, Nov. 1 & 2 .

Nobel Choice Sends Message to American Feminists Commentary by Fadwa El Guindi, Pacific News Service, Oct 22, 2003.

Something to Smile About, by Abigail Leichman quoting Mimi Nichter, Health page, The Record, North Jersey, Oct 14, 2003

The Invisible Man, by Edgardo Krebs, Washington Post Magazine, August 10, 2003. The lead article by a member anthropologist.

The spies who came in from the dig, by David Price, The Guardian, Sept. 4, 2003

Fetal Positions, by Eric Goldscheider, Boston Globe Magazine, Aug 10, 2003, reports on Lynn Morgan's unusual collection.

Cell phone etiquette: 10 dos and don'ts, by Johanna Krotz, featuring Robbie Blinkoff, Microsoft B Central.

Scholars Perform Autopsy on Ancient Writing Systems, Washington Post, by Guy Gugliotta, featuring Webster and Houston, Aug. 25, 2003.

High School Confidential, David Glenn features Sherri Ortner and her new book, Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 8, 2003, (Subscription required to access).

Right War, Wrong Reason, Bill Beeman's letter to the editor, New York Times, Aug. 4, 2003

Africa Fights to Replace Lost Art, Artifacts, featuring American Anthropologist article and Monica Udvardy, National Geographic News, June 12, 2003

Back to the Drawing Board, by Danny Rabinowitz, Op-Ed article in Haaretz, July 4th 2003.

Archaeologists beseech U.S. to secure Iraqi sites by Dan Vergano, USA TODAY, with William Beeman and Claire Smith, June 29, 2003

In Ancient Skulls From Ethiopia, Familiar Faces by John Noble Wilford, New York Times, June 12, 2003

Fossil Find May Back 'Out of Africa' Theory, by Guy Gugliotta, Washington Post, June 12, 2003; Page A0,1 features Tim White

Losing Our Voices, US News & World Report, May 18, 2003, quotes Wade Davis in discussion of lost languages.

A Formidable Muslim Bloc Emerges, By Bill Beeman, Los Angeles Times, May 27, 2003

The Iraqi Hydra Grows New Heads Every Day By William O. Beeman, Pacific News Service, April 22, 2003

Looters May Have Destroyed Priceless Cuneiform Archive By Guy Guigliotta, Washington Post, April 18, 2003. MacGuire Gibson and Elizabeth Stone.

Expert Thieves Took Artifacts By Robert McCartney, Washington Post, April 18, MacGuire Gibson

McGuire Gibson, Iraq antiquities expert again in By Alan Riding, The New York Times, April 17, 2003

Request Withdrawn in Heart Case. By Stacey Burling featuring Sheldon Zink. Philadelphia Inquirer, March 3, 2003.

Edward C. Green's abundant media exposure included this in the Washington Times March 13, 2003

Why Colin Powell Should Quit, by Wm. Beeman, San Francisco Chronicle, Mar 16, 2003

Researcher Fights for Her Notes, By Stacey Burling, Philadelphia Inquirer, Mar 3, 2003

Researcher Fights for Her Notes, By Stacey Burling, Philadelphia Inquirer, Mar 3, 2003

Mac Gibson and other AAA members in War In Iraq Would Halt All Digs, By John Noble Wilford, New York Times, Feb. 25, 2003

Science: Genetic Revolution: How Much, How Fast? By Gina Kolata, New York Times, Feb 25, 2003

Eight anthropologists who want to study an ancient skeleton must wait until a federal court has heard an appeal of the case by four Northwest tribes that consider the bones sacred. Associated Press, Feb. 20, 2003.

"Turkey Pushes Back" Jenny B. White was heard on NPR Connection on Feb. 12, 2003 on her research on Turkish Islamic politics.

AAA members Lee D. Baker, Deborah Thomas and John L. Jackson, Jr. featured in a series of articles including Affirmative Action Said to Benefit Everyone By Tim Simmons the News Observer Feb. 10, 2003.

In California, S.U.V. Owners Have Guilt, but Will Travel By Patricia Leigh Brown, New York Times, Feb 8, 2003

Powell's al Qaeda-Iraq link is tenuous at best, an op ed by William O. Beeman in the San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 7, 2003

Alex W. Barker was interviewed for the nationally-syndicated Todd Mundt show on NPR, January 20, 2003.

'Nadav' v. Balad By Danny Rabinowitz Jan 14, 2003

"T alking fast" Deborah Tannen on The Diane Rhem Show Jan 9 and "Did You Catch That?" By Deborah Tannen Washington Post Jan 5, 2003

Detentions give America a black eye William O. Beeman The Providence Journal Jan 3, 2003

Study reveals complex orangutan culture By Marsha Walton CNN Jan 2, 2003

Ted Bestor speaks on food culture and the first market day for the prestige fish of Japan, tuna, at Tsukiji-market Market Place, PRI, Jan 6, 2003.