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What anthropology loses when we pigeonhole public engagement as “service”

Today at the meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Caroline VanSickle and Natalia Reagan organized a panel entitled, “Biological Anthropology and the Public”. The session featured the work of six innovative early- and mid-career anthropologists, each of whom has found new ways of interacting with a broader public beyond university students and fellow researchers.
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