By Jing Wang The landscape of Islam within China has been changing rapidly during the pandemic. Ethnographic fieldwork can map these erasures and disappearances in everyday life. Read the article on Anthropology News
In Lieu of the Annual Business Meeting for Members Dear SEAA members, I hope this finds every one of you safe and healthy. Due to the pandemic, the American Anthropological Association annual meeting for 2020 was cancelled and thus, in lieu of the SEAA business meeting, I am reaching out to you to recap the […]
Why do so many patients choose the arduous hemodialysis treatment instead of kidney transplant? What do their clinical choices reveal about family life and the socioeconomic marginalization of migrant workers in China today?
A tale of two cemeteries in northern Osaka shows us much about recent changes in Japanese mortuary traditions.
Society for East Asian AnthropologyJingyi Tian February 26, 2020 For Hongkongers, kendo offers practice in the pursuit of self-cultivation and ethical work. This piece is part of the SEAA series “An Anthropology of Ethics in East Asia.” The articles highlight different aspects of moral values and ethical practices in a range of Asian regions. They […]
Society for East Asian Anthropology Jieun Cho April 29, 2020 This piece is part of the SEAA series “An Anthropology of Ethics in East Asia.” The articles highlight different aspects of moral values and ethical practices in a range of Asian regions. They examine how individuals cope with societal changes such as environmental crises, nationalism, […]