Standing Rock, The State, and Anthropology’s Commitments

Image Credit: Protesters Mark A Solemn Thanksgiving Day At Standing Rock. Thinking about Standing Rock is a great way to tie these readings together!

Standing Rock

This is a comment page for two readings:

  • Trouillot, “The Anthropology of the State” (79-96) in Global Transformations
  • Welsch & Vivanco, chapter 13, “Sustainability: Environment & Foodways” (101-123)

These readings concluded the Hartwick Cultural Anthropology 2016 course.


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