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Abstract:

DIALOGUE

“From the Executive Director: Bill Davis Announces Retirement”

IN FOCUS: VIOLENCE AND CONFLICT

“Archaeological and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Captivity and Slavery” by Catherine Cameron and Debra L Martin

“Memory and Ill Health in Post-invasion Kuwait: Affective Mediations of Violence” by Conerly Casey

“Refugee Return and Burundi's New War: Understanding Widespread Interpersonal Violence Over Land” by Barbra Lukunka

“Anthropologist as Peacemaker” by Aldo Civico

“Drawing Violence” by Stephanie C Kane and Claudia Kane Michler

“Teaching Violence: Pedagogical Approaches and Challenges” by Heidi Bauer-Clapp and Ryan Harrod

“Youth Violence: An Issue in Search of Anthropology” by Mark Edberg

“Women's Migration Narratives: Reconciling Memories of Violence” by Megan A Carney

ETHICAL CURRENTS |“Gendered Violence and the Ethics of Care in Neoliberal States” by Nia Parson

Morag M Kersel is the contributing editor of Ethical Currents, the AN column of the AAA Committee on Ethics.

Keywords:

violence, conflict, anthropology education, archaeology, memory

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