We’ve been writing about anthropology and war on Savage Minds for over two years now, but because our categorization system is a mess it can be hard to find all our posts on the topic. So here is a list of all our posts I could find on the subject (in chronological order, starting back in 2005).
The new “anthropology at war” category should keep help you track any new posts that come along after this one.
- Anthropologists as Counter-Insurgents
- Funding Scholarship
- Culture Talk
- Working for PRISP
- Anthropology Against Its Subjects
- But We’re at War…
- Anthropology and the CIA (again)
- AAA Democracy
- Tourture and Social Scientists
- You Only Link Twice: Spying 2.0
- Cultural Operations Research Human Terrain
- The Fate of McFate: Anthropology’s Relationship with the Military Revisited
- More on War
- Professor Griffin Goes to Baghdad
- Anthropologists of the World, Unite!
- Roger Lancaster responds to “Army Enlists Anthropology in War Zones”
- Human Terrain System & Anthropology Discussed on Wisconsin Public Radio
- My Thoughts on Anthropologists in the Military
- Marshall Sahlins on anthropologists in Iraq
- The ‘chilling effect’ argument
Also see guest blogger Laura McNamara’s posts about anthropology and torture, as well as her new blog about her research: Interrogation Diaries.