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Browse all of the latest news and updates from Routledge Anthropology. We regularly publish helpful information and news within the area of Anthropology to celebrate our publishing program and the individuals that make it possible.

Recent News Articles

  1. Rediscover tandfebooks with five free-to-view Anthropology titles

    With over 50,000 eBooks across the humanities, social sciences and education Taylor & Francis eBooks provides direct access to a wealth of quality academic content for research and study.

    All titles purchased by your institution from March 1st 2015 onwards will be DRM-free, meaning that you can access, print and copy and paste without any restrictions at all. In addition new powerful filtered search enables you to effortlessly reach the most relevant content. Rediscover how tandfebooks can help you.

    To celebrate, we have made five titles in Anthropology free to view on Taylor & Francis eBooks until the end of April - why not take a look?

  2. Interview with Allan Charles Dawson, editor of Negotiating Territoriality

    How have modern states interacted with traditional societies’ ways of using and managing territory?

    Allan Charles Dawson, lead editor of Negotiating Territoriality: Spatial Dialogues Between State and Tradition, recently answered a few questions for us about his research.

  3. Networked Anthropology: A Primer for Ethnographers is available for pre-order!

    Networked Anthropology is an essential roadmap for conducting engaged anthropology on a rapidly changing digital terrain. Collins and Durington detail how anthropologists can make use of social media to link classrooms to local communities in ways that span the corporeal and the digital. They also point out both the potential ethical pitfalls and the unexpected benefits of embracing social networks at every stage of the research process.” - P. Kerim Friedman, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, and founding member of Savage Minds. 

    Request your complimentary e-Inspection copy here

  4. Ruth Benedict Prize Awarded to Susan Stryker and Aren Aizura

    Congratulations to Susan Stryker and Aren Aizura for winning the 2013 Ruth Benedict Prize awarded by the Association for Queer Anthropology (AQA), for The Transgender Studies Reader 2

  5. Myth and Meaning

    Great Minds Don’t Think Alike: Patrick Wilcken on Lévi-Strauss

    For over 100 years, Routledge has been shaping intellectual life. Our writers have been some of the greatest minds of the twentieth century, asking the questions that demand to be answered. In July 2013, Routledge celebrates this heritage with our Great Minds series: ten of the best, controversial and illuminating books from Routledge Classics.

    For our lucky anthropology readers, we’ve an exclusive interview with Patrick Wilcken, foreword author to Claude Lévi-Strauss’ Myth and Meaning.

  6. It’s time to rethink your reading list. Our 2013 Anthropology catalog is now online!

    Why not take a moment to browse through our new catalog? You'll find all our new and upcoming books for 2013, as well as our key titles and some anthropological classics.

  7. New: Taking Food Public

    Taking Food Public is a comprehensive anthology on cutting-edge issues in the public production, consumption and performance of food in the USA and around the globe. The articles in this reader provide new perspectives on the changing meanings and uses of food in the twenty-first century.

    This book is perfect for Cultural Anthropology, Anthropology of Food, Sociology of Culture, and Food and Culture courses.

    Request your complimentary exam copy today!

  8. Re-Imagining Milk in the New York Times!

    Routledge author Andrea Wiley discusses the "Trade-Offs to Being Tall."

  9. Tim Ingold

    Tim Ingold Speaks About the Social Brain

    Watch Tim Ingold author of Being Alive, Percpetion of the Environment and Lines deliver a lecture on the “social brain” hypothesis at the Danish School of Education. Watch the video.

  10. Routledge Author News

    Many congratulations to Alan Barnard, co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology, who has achieved the distinction of being elected a Fellow of the British Academy. This outstanding award is made to those who have 'attained distinction in any of the branches of study which it is the object of the Academy to promote'.

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