Recent Publications: Carney Co-Authors Tucson Food Report

Megan Carney, Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Regional Food Studies, is co-author of the report “State of the Tucson Food System 2018–2019,” which was released last week by CRFS. The report was the subject of a January 9 CRFS Brown Bag Lecture. (Anthro News date: 1/18/2019)... Read more

Recent Publications: Horschler and MacLean Article in Animal Cognition

Graduate student Daniel Horschler (right) is lead author and Assistant Professor Evan MacLean (Left) is a co-author on a recently published a paper in Animal Cognition titled “Absolute brain size predicts dog breed differences in executive function.” The research team used citizen science data from... Read more

Recent Publications: Carney Contributes to First Issue of Migration and Society

A new article co-written by Assistant Professor Megan Carney was published this past week in the inaugural issue of Migration and Society. The article, “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Refugee and Migration Studies: Lessons from Collaborative Research on Sanctuary in the Changing Times of Trump,” is open access for the next month;... Read more

Recent Publications: Smoke-Free Homes in Indonesia

Retired Professor Mimi Nichter and Regents’ Professor Mark Nichter are co-authors on a newly published article with colleagues from Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Java titled “Establishing a Community-Based Smoke-Free Homes Initiative in Indonesia.” The paper, based on research funded by the National Institutes of Health Fogarty International Center, describes the development and growth of a smoke free homes movement in Java that has now reached over... Read more

Recent Publications: Giomi and Peeples in JAA

Ph.D. candidate Evan Giomi published an article with co-author Dr. Matthew Peeples (ASU; 2011–2012 Postdoctoral Research Associate with the SoA’s Southwest Social Networks Project) in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology on ritual practice at the Chacoan site of Pueblo Bonito, in New Mexico. The article, “Network analysis of intrasite material... Read more

Recent Publications: Alumni Co-edit Special Issue of CAFE

Alumni Dr. Ashley Stinnett (Ph.D. Arizona, 2014) and Dr. Jennifer Jo Thompson (Ph.D. Arizona, 2010) have co-edited a special issue of Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment on “Agriculture of the Middle” (now available through early view on the CAFE homepage). The Special Issue contains six research articles and two reports that re-examine theories of... Read more

Recent Publications: Debut Novel from the Schiffers

Michael Brian Schiffer (Fred A. Riecker Distinguished Professor, emeritus) and Annette Schiffer are pleased to announce the publication of their first mystery novel, A Buzz about Campus. This book, the first in The Oak Grove Chronicles series, introduces Alan Bluestein, a sheriff's detective, and Professor Laura... Read more

Recent Publications: Moses Research in JAS Reports

Graduate Student Vicki Moses published an article in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports on her research on diet and religious ritual at the Etruscan site of Veii, Italy. The article, titled “Urbanization, meat consumption, and ritual practices at Veii, 9th–... Read more

Recent Publications: Cotter and Valentinsson Publish in Journal of Sociolinguistice

ANLI doctoral candidates William Cotter and Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson have published a joint paper in the Journal of Sociolinguistics. “Bivalent class indexing in the sociolinguistics of specialty coffee talk” focuses on the discourse of the specialty coffee industry, and how it is used in North America to... Read more

Recent Publications: Valentinsson Authors Language in Society Article

ANLI doctoral candidate Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson has published in Language in Society, a top journal in sociolinguistics. Her article, "Stance and the construction of authentic celebrity persona", analyzes how different linguistic stance-taking strategies shape perceptions of authenticity in the context of media and pop culture. The article is available via Online FirstView at Read more