Archive

2004

"Anthropologists Act to Revoke 1919 Censure of Franz Boas, a Key Figure in the Field" by David Glenn in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec 17, 2004

Flex Power, by Janine R. Wedel, Washington Post op-ed, December 12, 2004.

Two Articles on Sinai in Haaretz: A Formative Attack and Crying in the Wilderness, by Dan Rabinowitz., Haaretz, Oct. 10, 2004

A Sort of Scientific Malpractice: Genetics: Scientists caution doctors against use of race as a guide in diagnosis, treatment and research by Frank Roylance, part 2, Baltimore Sun, Oct. 11, 2004

New Science Undermines Oldest Notions About Race, by Frank Roylance reported from the AAA conference on Race and Human Variation, Baltimore Sun, Oct. 10, 2004

Robin Nagle, author of the forthcoming book, We All Wear Green: Loading Out with Sanitation

Workers in New York, appears in Day 1 on the online Slate Magazine

DU Prof Helps War-Torn Vares Rebound, by Jennifer Miller, Rocky Mountain News, Sept. 20, 2004 features Peter Van Arsdale

Iran as Bush's Nuclear Bogeyman op-ed by William O. Beeman, Donald A. Weadon, San Francisco Chronicle, Sept 30, 2004

Taking Off the Color Blinders By Joel Achenbach, AAA's Interdisciplinary Conference on Race and Human Variation Project in the Washington Post Sept 15, 2004

Taking Off the Color Blinders By Joel Achenbach, AAA's Interdisciplinary Conference on Race and Human Variation Project in the Washington Post Sept 15, 2004

Power of the Bank, Power of the Tank, Dan Rabinowitz op-ed in Haaritz, Aug. 26, 2004

Review of Louisa Margolies' book, My Mother's Hip: Lessons from the World of Eldercare, appeared in the Miami Herald and other papers, 2004.

The Aura of the Office, by David I. Kertzer, Los Angeles Times, Aug. 30, 2004 . Also cited in the New York Times on August 15, 2004.

The Enemy of My Enemy is My Enemy, Washington Post, Aug. 25, 2004 review of Mahmood Mamdani's book Good Muslim, Bad Muslim.

Experts: U.S. Marriage Model Is Not Universal Norm, by Nancy Haught, Newhouse News and Oregonian, features Roger N. Lancaster, August, 2004.

The Hawks and the Doves Are Aflutter Over U.S. Iran Policy, by William O. Beeman, Los Angeles Times, July 23, 2004

AIDS Activists Misfiring, by Sebastian Mallaby, The Washington Post,features Edward Green, July 19, 2004

Catherine Lutz was on Chicago Public Radio's Odyssey program on June 29, 2004.

THE MEASURE OF AMERICA; How a rebel anthropologist waged war on racism by Claudia Roth Pierpont, The New Yorker, March 8, 2004

Madness in Maximum Security, by Peter Monhagen, Chronicle of Higher Education, June 18, 2004, features Lorna Rhodes and her new book.

Iraqi Premier Cements Chalabi's Power, Op-Ed by William Beeman, The Providence Journal, June 4, 2004

Stranger in the Village of the Sick: A Memoir of Cancer, Sorcery, and Healing. The Los Angeles Times reviewed this book by Paul Stoller published by Beacon Press on May 7, 2004. A story of Stoller's visits to Niger in the 1970s and 1980s and his diagnosis with cancer in 2001.

Cultures Clash in a Symbolic Divide, by Michael Hill, The Baltimore Sun, May 23, 2004, features William Beeman. Dr. Beeman also appeared on Nightline, May 21, 2004

"Repeating History in Iraq?" featuring William Beeman. NPR's All Things Considered, Saturday May 15, 2004

Catching allure of a fabled fish market by Sylvia Carter, describes Ted Bestor's work in Tokyo, Newsday, May 12, 2004

New Spirit Lifts Bagdad's Iraq Museum, by Tom Squitieri, with Dan Vergano features Elizabeth Stone, USAToday, May 5, 2004

The U.S.-Shi'ite Relationship in a New Iraq: Better than the British? Strategic Insights by William Beeman, Center for Contemporary Conflict, May 3, 2004

Michael Blakey appeared on BBC Radio April 26, 2004. A text version, The African Foundations of New York, can be found on this link.

Excavated garbage suggests earliest Americans hugged West Coast by Andrew Bridges features Terry Jones, Associated Press and the Mercury News, April 27, 2004

Before and after Oslo, by Danny Rabinowitz, Haaretz Newspaper, April 16, 2004

Anthropologists Debunk "Traditional Marriage" Claim, by Adrian Brune, features AAA statement, Roger Lancaster and Dan Segal, Washington Blade, April 16, 2004

Not freedom: a free-for-all, Bill Beeman writes about Iraq, The Guardian, April 8, 2004

An Elastic Institution, op-ed by anthropologists John Borneman and Laurie Kain Hart discussing marriage, Washington Post, April 14, 2004.

Sweating over a Mayan Treasure, by Marion Lloyd, Chronicle of Higher Education, April 9, 2004William Saturno of the University of New Hampshire takes undergrads on an exciting dig.

Marriage: The State of the Union, by Mike Anton, Los Angeles Times, March 31, 2004, includes Roger Lancaster in a very good article

Want to Volunteer in Schools? Be Ready for a Security Check by Tamar Lewin, New York Times, March 11, 2004, front page story featuring David Price.

Gay Marriages Fit into This Adaptable Institution op-ed by Robert Myers, USATODAY, March 14, 2004

Gay marriages fit into this adaptable institution by anthropologist Robert Myers, USAToday, March 15, 2004

Jay Tatara, who hosts a public affairs radio show in Kalamazoo, Mich., had a 10-15 minute interview with Sarah Hill, Anthropology, Western Michigan University about the AAA statement on Marriage.

Scientists counter Bush view Families varied, say anthropologists by Charles Burress, AAA member Laura Nader was quoted, The San Francisco Chronicle, Feb 27, 2004

Multicultural marriage, by Joshua Glenn, Boston Globe, Feb. 29, 2004.

A tribute to anthropologist Jean Rouch, by Edgardo Krebs, Washington Post, Feb 21, 2004

Seeds of Time by Naomi F. Miller, Archaeology Magazine, January/February 2004 issue.

Call the sex inspectors -- Ambiguity vs. 'marriage laws' by William Beeman, Providence Journal, Feb. 13, 2004

In Yemen, Fighting Illiteracy Through Poetry, by Kim A. O'Connell, National Geographic, January 27, 2004 features Najwa Adra.

Fighting to Get Out of a Rio Slum, by Marion Lloyd, Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 30, 2004

How Animals Communicate featured Barbara King, NPR's Science Friday, Jan. 16, 2004.