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2019  –  Student Anthropologist – vol. 6 (1) 

The student authors in this issue cover an impressive theoretical breath from strategies of neoliberal city-making to the political economy of tourism. They touch on topics as wide ranging as the ethics of fieldwork at home after a long absence and visions of anthropology’s path forward through embracing technological advancement while holding on to historical nuance. We hope that our readers will enjoy the glimpse these articles provide into the topics and issues that will continue to rise in the field over the next decades as young scholars, such as those showcased here, move forward in academia and beyond.

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