Articles

Reality Shifts, the Absurd, and Power/lessness during a Pandemic

Erika Sylvia Nacim

2021-02-01 Volume 30 • 2021 • Notes from the Field: Waves of Closure During a Pandemic • 17–24

Reflections from the “Virtual” Field

Sarah Renkert

2021-02-01 Volume 30 • 2021 • Notes from the Field: Waves of Closure During a Pandemic • 1–16

Ethnoarchaeology Can Be Used for Ecological Conservation Because It Can Detect Shifting Baselines

Erana Loveless

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 51-65

Burying Tariq Aziz

William M. Cotter

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 27-36

Can the Subaltern Body Speak? Deconstructing the Racial Figures and Discourses of “Terrorism”

Rachel Rosenbaum

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 37-50

A Sandrizona Retrospective: From the Desert to the Ocean and Back Again

Maisa C. Taha, Ashley Stinnett and Elizabeth A. Peacock

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 1-16

Editors’ Note

Editors’ Note

Elizabeth Eklund, Luke Kaiser and Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • v-vi

Table of Contents and Front Matter

Table of Contents and Front Matter

Arizona Anthropologist

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • i-iv

The First Whale of the Year: Reflections on learning to whale, and learning to write about whaling, in the Savu Sea

Florence Durney

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 17-26

Memory and Enshrining Writing: Rethinking the ethnocentrism imbedded in written vs. oral traditions

Elizabeth Eklund

2017-11-06 Volume 28 • 2017 • 76-87