This issue of Practicing Anthropology is probably best described as a hybrid, as it is part theme issue and part editors' choice. Over the past year, the editors have collected a substantial number of excellent manuscripts that didn't fall under a particular topic or fit into a particular theme. It's now time to let those articles see the light of day. Following this issue, we will again be publishing special issues, including one on field schools and community service learning and another on museums and the various public(s) they interact with. Please continue to send us proposals and individual submissions; we welcome your suggestions for themed issues.
Introduction to Anthropological Advocacy: Alliances, Institutions, and Organizations
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Jayne Howell, Ronald Loewe, Julie Adkins; Introduction to Anthropological Advocacy: Alliances, Institutions, and Organizations. Practicing Anthropology 1 April 2010; 32 (2): 2–3. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/praa.32.2.c5812l6q2155t836
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