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August Featured Books
After Servitude: Elusive Property and the Ethics of Kinship in Bolivia by Mareike Winchell
After Dark: The Nocturnal Urban Landscape and Lightscape of Ancient Cities edited by Nancy Gonlin & Meghan E. Strong
The Continuing Storm: Learning from Katrina By Kai Erikson and Lori Peek
Global Perspectives on Landscapes of Warfare edited by Hugo C. Ikehara-Tsukayama & Juan Carlos Vargas Ruiz
The Anthropology Book Forum was awarded the 2022 GAD New Directions Award (Group Category) which calls attention to the myriad ways anthropologists are expanding anthropological perspectives in the twenty-first century.
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