TicktinM Transnational Humanitarianism

"This review traces anthropological studies of humanitarianism starting in the late 1980s, when humanitarianism began to take shape as a particular moral and political project through the formation of transnational nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). It follows both the evolving relationship...Read more

PetrynaA FollisK Risks of Citizenship

"This article probes the contradictions and unacknowledged risks inherent in the notion of citizenship today. We explore the possible fault lines that citizenship places on the notion of universality, namely the anthropology of contexts in which citizenship and biological self-preservation are...Read more

Climate Leviathan

Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann discuss and critique the possible futures of the anthropocene.Read more

BriggsL et al Transnationalism: A Category of Analysis

Article for extending our thinking about transnationalism in the COVID-19 project. Read more

Trouillot The Anthropology of the State in the Age of Globalization

Reading to contribute to critical thinking about transnationalism and COVID-19. 

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Kearney.1995.The local and the global

A review essay that provides insights about the discussions about the anthropology of globalization and transnationalism in the 1990s.Read more

COVID-19 and Higher Education

A collection of commissioned responses from individual scholars and exemplary institutional responses from universities and scholarly societies, published by the Network of Concerned AcademicsRead more

WimmerA GSchiller Methodological Nationalism and Beyond

Wimmer and Schiller critique methodological nationalism from multiple angles, examining the history of US immigration to make their case. Read more

Mitchell The Limits of the State

Reading to contribute to critical thinking about transnationalism and COVID-19. Read more