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The Anatomy of Judgment
Regal, Philip J.
Tracing the emergence of science and the social institutions that govern it, The Anatomy of Judgment is an odyssey into what human thinking or judgment mean.
Anthroplogy and the Machine
The first Teach-In against the Vietnam war, held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in March 1965, proved the ideal solution, an event that was at the same time an exercise in learning and a p...
Anthropologists, Spooks, and the Boys Who Went to War
Carol L. McAllister (1947-2007): Against The Current vol. 131
Le Blanc, Paul
I remember meeting Carol on a public transit bus, I believe in 1980 –- when, almost out of the blue, she approached me and started talking to me about Central America. She recognized me from some earl...
The Dying Days of Liberalism: How Orthodoxy, Professionalism, and Unresponsive Politics Finally Doomed a 19th-century Project
Forte, Maximilian C.
It's not a small thing that has fallen here, not merely the defeat of Hillary Clinton and Americans rejecting Obama’s "legacy". We are dealing with a series of institutions, an expert class, and a net...
For Reasons of State
Essays in which Chomsky analyzes the role of the American state and discusses some of the ways in which individuals can respond to its growing power.
The Freudian Left: Wilhelm Reich, Geza Roheim, Herbert Marcuse
Robinson, Paul A.
Paul Robinson tries to define a particular tradition in the history of psychoanalysis - the "radical" or "left-wing" tradition - through an analysis of its three most important representatives: Wilhel...
How the Media Gets It Wrong: On Asking the Wrong Questions and Mapping Media Dead Zones
Price, David H
In the Wake of Carnage: Book Review
Book review of "Intimate Enemies: Violence and Reconciliation in Peru" by Kimberly Theidon.
Karl Marx and the Iroquois: An essay on Marx's Ethnological Notebooks
Franklin Rosemont delves into Marx's Ethnological Notebooks and examines their significance and relevance towards today's communist movement.
The Man Who Recorded the World : A Biography of Alan Lomax
Documentarian of the folk culture of American life,, Lomax was diligent and tireless in preserving the irreplaceable vernacular cultures that have fallen into the past.
Marx, Freud, and the Critique of Everyday Life: Toward a Permanent Revolution
The theory and practice of revolutionary social transformation, Brown argues, must encompass the subjective, psychological dimensions of the revolutionary process.
A Marxist History of the World Part 1: The Hominid Revolution
In the first of a regular series, Neil Faulkner charts the evolutionary development of modern day humans from primitive apes to socially co-operative human beings.
The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State
Pictures Bring Us Messages: Sinaakssiiksi aohtsimaahpihkookiyaawa. Photographs and Histories from the Kainai Nation
Brown, Alison, K., Peers, Laura, with members of the Kainai Nation
An example of museum professionals working with member of an aboriginal community to explore photographs taken of members of that community many decades earlier.
Science, Myth, and History
The story of ‘Kennewick Man’ - the debate around a 9000-year old skeleton and what it reveals about current ideas of culture, race and science.
Shooting Down Man the Hunter
Sooner or later in conversations about who we are, who we have been, and who we can be, someone will tell a story about Man the Hunter. It's a story not just about Man but about Woman and Child too.Th...
Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides Are Wrong in the Race Debate
Malik makes the case that most anti-racists accept the belief, also held by racialists and outright racists, that differences between groups are of great importance. While racialists attribute the dif...
A critique of the rapid transformation of American social science into an appendage of the National Security State.
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Anthropology and Imperialism
Aberle, Kathleen Gough
This essay looks at the resistance of Third World nations to the re-imposition of Western power.