All Stories

  1. What is going on and who is responsible? Scholarship on conflict on the Mambila Plateau. A response to Lenshie et al. 2021
  2. Sociolinguistic Studies of West And Central Africa
  3. An argument for sparsity
  4. Sixty Useful Concepts to help social science research
  5. Structured output methods and environmental issues: perspectives on co-created bottom-up and ‘sideways’ science
  6. Archiving ethnography? The impossibility and the necessity
  7. Archaeological Evidence for Population Rise and Collapse between ~2500 and ~500 cal. yr BP in Western Central Africa
  8. How complete is the Jacques Toussele archive?
  9. For Augustinian Archival Openness and Laggardly Sharing: Trustworthy Archiving and Sharing of Social Science Data From Identifiable Human Subjects
  10. Divination and Ontologies
  11. Considering different ways of thinking about the future, about possible futures
  12. Why a photograph is like a bibliographic citation
  13. Mambila divination and oracles: what are they used for?
  14. Why Divination?
  15. Charting the Rise and Fall of Commercial Cameroonian Photographers
  16. Networks in the Academic genealogy of primatologists
  17. Children's Knowledge and Perceptions of Birds among the Mushere of Nigeria
  18. Using linguistic features to find examples of conversational 'problems'
  19. Limits of analogy: are religions metaphoric species, individuals, or organs?
  20. Notes sur Ndéba, une enceinte fortifiée à la frontière du Cameroun et du Nigéria
  21. The Past vs The Future, Pasts vs Futures
  22. Exploring cases where websites disappear
  23. What makes an image a portrait?
  24. Intergroup Contact and Rice Allocation via a Modified Dictator Game in Rural Cameroon
  25. Anthropology in and of the Archives: Possible Futures and Contingent Pasts. Archives as Anthropological Surrogates
  26. Divinatory Logics
  27. Prevalence of Clinically Relevant UGT1A Alleles and Haplotypes in African Populations
  28. Photographic Props / The Photographer as Prop: The Many Faces of Jacques Tousselle
  29. Representation/Self-representation: A Tale of Two Portraits; or, Portraits and Social Science Representations
  30. Diary Evidence for Political Competition in Mambila (Cameroon) examples of Pretensions to Power
  31. Little genetic differentiation as assessed by uniparental markers in the presence of substantial language variation in peoples of the Cross River region of Nigeria
  32. A dying art? Archiving photographs in Cameroon
  33. Understanding anthropological understanding
  34. The potentially deleterious functional variant flavin-containing monooxygenase 2*1 is at high frequency throughout sub-Saharan Africa
  35. Sex‐Specific Genetic Data Support One of Two Alternative Versions of the Foundation of the Ruling Dynasty of the Nso′ in Cameroon
  36. Life-history writing and the anthropological silhouette
  37. The Internet and the Future of Social Science Research
  38. Making Sense of Anthropological Synonyms
  39. Rolling Paper? Anthropology News Smells Bad
  40. Social Networks and the Creation of the Pitt Rivers Museum
  41. The T Allele of a Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism 13.9 kb Upstream of the Lactase Gene (LCT) (C−13.9kbT) Does Not Predict or Cause the Lactase-Persistence Phenotype in Africans
  42. Maintaining Privacy , managing Arguments in small communities
  43. Portals and Collaboration
  44. “Don't Cut There But There!”
  45. Gift economies in the development of open source software: anthropological reflections
  46. Multiple histories of the Mambila of Cameroon and Nigeria
  47. Argument, Privacy and Power in Mambila Society
  48. Fixing the Roof
  49. How Archival Sources can help Mambila population history
  50. Editorial
  51. Access denied: the politics of new communications media
  52. The CHILDES Project: An Anthropological Resource
  53. The Distribution of Person-Referring Expressions in Natural Conversation
  54. Film reviews
  55. Mambila Figurines and Masquerades: Problems of Interpretation
  56. Speech acts and Stiles
  57. Spiders in and out of Court, or, ‘the long legs of the law: styles of spider divination in their sociological contexts
  58. Un fragment de l'histoire des Mambila : un texte de Duabang
  59. Mambila spider divination, exploring contradictions