||Crude Sonics: Field Recordings from an Extractive Zone
||Zsuzsanna Ihar leads us through field recordings captured in the marginal settlements of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan. She traces sounds that haunt, interrupt, and resist processes of gentrification, displacement, and capitalist profiteering.
||Zsuzsanna Ihar, Eben Kirksey
||Living in Tide: The Climate of the Urban Sea
||How do fishers and scientists read the uncertain terrain of the city in the sea? What stories does the urban sea hold for the futures of the city?
||Lan Duo, Nikhil Anand
||The Rise and Fall of Generations
||Does life take you any nearer to your ancestors or does it draw you ever further away from them?
||Tim Ingold, Luise Eder
||How to Stitch Ethnography
||Feminist anthropologist Tania Perez-Bustos discusses how immersion in the act of embroidery affects the body and enables collective reflection and listening.
||Tania Perez-Bustos, Malin Schlode
||Stanley Ulijaszek discusses human dietary evolution, dietary flexibility and present day undernutrition and infection
||Stanley Ulijaszek, Jacob Evans
||Intimate Rites: Ancestors and Queer Kinship in Zimbabwe
||Rafaela Taylor-Seymourn examines the engagements with ancestral spirits among young queer Zimbabweans
||Rafaela Taylor-Seymourn, Peyton Cherry
||Anthropology, Philosophy and Symmetrisation
||Philippe Descola, one of Anthropology's most influential figures, invites us to go beyond the traditional boundaries of nature and culture and redefine our understanding of humanity's relationship with the world around us.
||Philippe Descola, Luise Eder
||Parasites, Invention, and Grace: Taking Turns in a Streetcorner Bureaucracy
||Michael Degani analyzes the styles of work and conflict amongst electrical contractors who congregate across the street from a power utility office in urban Tanzania.
||Michael Degani, Peyton Cherry