Practicing anthropology in a time of crisis: 2009 year in review
The breadth and reach of practicing anthropologists in 2009 suggests that anthropology has entered a new phase of advanced engagement at local, national, and international levels. In this article, I review thematic areas in which practicing anthropologists made significant contributions in 2009, including fiscal crisis and business anthropology; U.S. race relations, civil rights, and policy reforms; human rights, environmental change, and displacement; global health and human rights; and war and peace. New areas of expansion are also discussed in the arenas of public archaeology, museums and heritage, and engaged scholarship. Innovations in anthropological research and communicating ethnographic findings with the broader public are reviewed. ©2010 by the American Anthropological Association.
Brondo, K. (2010). Practicing anthropology in a time of crisis: 2009 year in review. American Anthropologist, 112 (2), 208-218. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1548-1433.2010.01220.x