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Adia Benton recent appearances/publications in the news about Ebola

Adia Benton has been interviewed and contributed to several outlets on the topic of Ebola (a partial list includes: The Not-So-Secret Serum, Dissent Magazine, August 16, 2014; Ebola, Mistrust and Humanitarian Mobility, Mats Utas’ blog, August 18, 2014; “It Don’t Take a Semiotician…” Or, What We Talk About When We Talk About Bushmeat, Mats Utas’ blog, August 27, 2014; Pundits panicking about Ebola hurt cause they mean to help, Monkey Cage, Washington Post, co-authored with Kim Yi Dionne, September 1, 2014, covered by Andrew Sullivan’s “The Dish”; Race and the immuno-logics of emergency

(Distributed November 3, 2014)

Congratulations to Bryan Moorefield!

Winner of the 2014 Eric R. Wolf Prize awarded by the Society for the Anthropology of Work, for his paper titled "Exceptional Protections: Contracts, Temporality, and Mexican Guestworkers".

(Distributed October 30, 2014)
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