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VA HSR&D Center for the Study of Healthcare Innovation, Implementation, and Policy
VA HSR&D Center of Innovation on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Vacant Light--Filmmaker
Vanderbilt University
HISTORY, POLITICS, SPACE, LABOR: UNEVENNESS AS AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONCEPT
ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE POLITICS OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE: THE AFTERLIFE OF EXOTICS AT HOME
EMBODIED DIFFERENCE AND AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: RACE, CULTURE, AND THE EXPRESSIVE GRAMMAR OF EVERYDAY LIFE
OF ANECDOTES AND DATA
BEING MUSLIM FROM SOUTH ASIA
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE COMPLEX?
ACCIDENTAL GOVERNANCE: READING LAW THROUGH AFFECT
TEACHING ANTHROPOLOGY THROUGH STUDENT WRITING PROJECTS ON WIKIPEDIA
MORAL ECONOMY AND THE GOOD LIFE IN AFRICA
Uneveness As an Anthropological Concept
Bringing a Critical Antiracist Lens to the Plurinational State of Bolivia
“What Would You Do to Forget Something Terrible?”: Traumatic Commensuration and Bureaucratic Care in a Veteran Treatment Court
Muslims Saints and Hindu Daughters: Rethinking the Discursive Tradition from Delhi
Contemporary Colonialisms in the US/Mexico Borderlands?: Locating the Colonial Present in Diabetes Care
“Guilty until Proven Innocent”: The Contested Use of Maternal Mortality Indicators in Global Health Governance
The Interior Public: Cultivating Internal Capacities and Public Imaginaries in US Evangelicalism
The Land Divided, the World United: Moving Earth with the Panama Canal's Dredging Division
Spatial Registers of Complexity: Problematic Legacies in the Eastern Andes
Understanding Ancient Complexity and Urbanism on the Central Andean Coast: Negotiation, Coallition Building and the Making of the Chancay Polity
At the Intersection of Autonomy and Collectivity: Coalition-Building and Horizontal Complexity during a Time of War in the Highland Andes of Peru
History, Memory, and the Uses of Dismemberment
This Anthropology Thing Has Always Been about Race: An Intellectual Historical Critique of Anthropology’s Subject Matter
Relinquishing ‘Controls’: Taking Advantage of Serendipity and Randomness in Cognitive Anthropology
Multiple Methods and Trajectories of Dynamic Change: Profiling Evolving Epistemologies in the Kichwa Amazon
Collecting Anecdotes and Data during the “Guatemalan Spring of 2015” 
Relational Personhoods of Stone and Flesh in Past and Present Tiwanaku, Bolivia
Ethnographic Experimentation, or Turning Data into Field Notes
Telling a Story with Numbers: Causal Relations and Intuitions in Quantitative Apporaches
Balancing the Objectives of Heritage Preservation, Ecological Sustainability, and Rural Development in Peru through Co-Creative Initiatives
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