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  • Peacock, James L. (2008)
    Updating an earlier article ('AnthroNotes' Spring 1998, 20: 1), anthropologist Peacock explores changes in the field of anthropology in the years since the first article and comments on the challenges and opportunities ...
  • Schwartz, Douglas W. (2007)
    By using new evidence from climatology, history, ethnography, and archaeology, the author refutes earlier scholars' assertions about the origins and growth of the great pueblos in the North American Southwest.
  • Cole, Johnnetta Betsch (2011)
    Smithsonian cultural anthropologist and National Museum of African Art Director Cole writes about her upbringing in the segregated South and discusses 4 lessons anthropology teaches us about 'race' and racism.
  • Selig, Ruth O. (1992)
    The Smithsonian Institution's mandate to serve and represent all of America's people and commitment to cultural pluralism.
  • Brooks, Alison S.; Smith, J. N. L. (1991)
    Challenges to conservation, tourism, and protection of remaining Great Ape populations in Africa.
  • Kaupp, P. A. (1982)
    Discussion of pseudoscientific archaeology and unscientific claims regarding the prehistory of the Americas.
  • Potts, Richard (2010)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Potts describes the museum's permanent exhibit, 'The David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins,' which he curated; the exhibit's primary theme is the question 'what does it mean to be human?'
  • Popson, Colleen; Selig, Ruth O. (2012)
    'AnthroNotes' editors Selig and Popson describe how anthropology has been present in pre-collegiate settings since the middle of the 20th century. The bibliography for this article appeared only in the online digital version ...
  • Bense, Judith A. (1995)
    In Pensacola, archaeology is viewed as an economic resource with support from business, civic, and political entities.,
  • Fisher, John W. Jr (1987)
    A traditional people help archaeologists interpret ancient sites and understand globalization's impact.
  • Bolton, Amy; Werb, Shari (2012)
    Bolton and Werb, from the Smithsonian Office of Education and Outreach, National Museum of Natural History, describe Q?rius (pronounced 'curious'), the museum's newest physical space devoted to public education; attention ...
  • Brooks, Alison S.; Jackson, Fatimah Linda Collier; Grinker, R. R. (1993)
    Decoding the human genome impacts studies of variation; ethnicity helps define identity in the United States; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Jackson, John L. Jr. (2011)
    Discussion of the intersection of media, anthropology, and race.
  • Overbey, Mary Margaret (2007)
    Website, educational materials, and a traveling museum exhibit convey a comprehensive and integrative story about race and human variation; suitable for middle-school age children through adults.
  • Lanouette, JoAnne (1983)
    Annotated list of 9 readers (published 1973-1982) considered suitable for use in high school or college anthropology courses in the 1980s.
  • Bell, Joshua A. (2011)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Bell directs the museum's collaborative 'Recovering Voices Project' to address issues surrounding language and knowledge loss in various communities around the world.
  • Lacroix, Jennifer (2006)
    Five ethnographic documentary films provide glimpses of northern Afghan culture in the early 1970s; article includes lesson objectives and discussion topics suitable for grades 10-12 and college.
  • DeVoe, Pamela A. (1991)
    How anthropological training can help teachers and school personnel understand the many factors influencing the school experience of refugee children.
  • Lubkemann, Stephen C. (2002)
    Refugees present one of the international community's most pressing moral and ethical dilemmas; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Grinker, Roy Richard (2006)
    Based on his study of autism in over a dozen countries, Grinker defines autism and presents brief case studies of how families in India cope with their autistic children.

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