2016年美国总统选举:人类学家反思刚刚发生的事情

In this episode of AnthroPod, we bring you a recording of an invited session organized by the American Ethnological Society and the Society for the Anthropology of North America at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, entitled “The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Anthropologists Reflect on What Just Happened.” Taking place just eleven days after the election, this session provided a much-needed platform for leading anthropological voices to discuss the dynamics and implications of Donald Trump's victory. The ten short talks addressed a range of crucial issues, from the fallout of neoliberalism to race and its relationship with coloniality. A common thread throughout the panel, however, was the role of anthropology in the Trump era: in what ways could anthropology's commitment to empathy, dedication to social problems, and attentiveness to micro as well as macro scales address the challenges that lie ahead?

讨论始于小组组织者的开幕词,Shanti Parikh.(华盛顿大学)和Angelique Haugerud.(Rutgers University)。这些跟着演示文稿休·格斯特森(乔治华盛顿不经验),Micaela di Leonardo.(西北大学),Cecilia Van Hollen.(锡拉丘兹大学),leith仔仔(纽约城市大学研究生中心),乔纳森罗莎(斯坦福大学),Janine Wedel.(乔治梅森大学),Akhil Gupta.(加州大学,洛杉矶),和肯尼斯客人(巴鲁奇学院,纽约城市大学)。

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