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The U.S. Army proposes tripling the size of its Piñon Canyon maneuver site for live fire exercises. Piñon Canyon is rich in cultural, archaeological and paleontological resources. There is a lack of transparency about military objectives, skepticism about the Army's true rationale, and concern...
The US military's creation and deployment of “Human Terrain Teams” and the use of anthropology as a weapon in counterinsurgency operations bears a disturbing similarity to militarized forms of medicine and biotechnology currently in development for US military personnel. Through the mobilization...
SANA member research provides critical insights into key issues facing contemporary North America. The section depends on, and thrives because of the research of members and the contributions of members who take on leadership roles. We thank them profusely. The article also focuses on the...
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“Do you know what gentrification is?” one new Chicago resident poses. “To some people it means just plain white.” Latino neighborhoods in Chicago have become well documented terrains of contestation over community space, as upscale redevelopment threatens to displace established residents. As...
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