Anthropology Today

Cover image for Vol. 30 Issue 4

Edited By: Gustaaf Houtman

Online ISSN: 1467-8322

Associated Title(s): Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute

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War on Terror

Published: 29 Feb 2008

'Human terrain'


Cultural Knowledge and Common Sense


ANTHROPOLOGY AS LAMPPOST?


News


Buying a piece of anthropology


PATAI AND ABU GHRAIB


ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND WAR


Buying a piece of anthropology Part 1: Human Ecology and unwitting anthropological research for the CIA


Towards mercenary anthropology? The new US Army counterinsurgency manual FM 3–24 and the military-anthropology complex


ETHICS, POLITICS AND NON-STATE WARFARE


BUILDING BRIDGES OR BURNING HERETICS?


THE SAHARA AND THE 'WAR ON TERROR'


CULTURE, CRITIQUE AND CREDIBILITY


CULTURE, CRITIQUE AND CREDIBILITY Speaking truth to power during the long war


MY COUNTRY RIGHT OR WRONG


SPYING AND FIELDWORK


Double or quits


Double or quits: A response from the ESRC


Conspiracy theories and 'terrorists'


COLONIALISM IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Scope for a collective academic response to David H. Price (AT 21[5]) and the PRISP controversy


Osama Bin Laden and the man-eating sorcerers: Encountering the 'war on terror' in Papua New Guinea


Anthropology and spying: A response to David H. Price (AT 21[6])


America the ambivalent: Quietly selling anthropology to the CIA


London bombings


The London bombings: A crisis for multiculturalism


ISLAMOPHOBIA AND RACISM


THE ETHICS OF SPYING


The ethics of spying: Responses to F. Moos, R. Fardon and H. Gusterson (AT21[3])


ISLAMOPHOBIA a response to Werbner AT 21[1]


ANTHROPOLOGISTS AS SPIES


Scientists as Spies


Islamophobia: Incitement to religious hatred legislating for a new fear


Calendar/News


Comment
Jeffrey Sluka, Noam Chomsky, David Price, Tariq Modood, Alison Shaw, Alexandra K. Kenny, Thomas Killion, Nancy Scheper-Hughes, Donald Macleod, Tom Selwyn


Why might young British Muslims support the Taliban?
Alison Shaw


Past wars, present dangers, future anthropologies
David Price


Wartime dilemmas of an ethical anthropology
Murray L Wax


Anthropology and the military—1968, 2003 and beyond?
Hugh Gusterson


Comment


Letters


Writing for the crisis
William O. Beeman


Thinking The Unthinkable: Meditations on the events of 11 September 2001
Glenn Bowmann


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