Kroeber Anthropological Society – The University in Crisis

The UC Berkeley anthropology grad student journal put out a new issue and one of my photos is on the cover! I gave them four photos and they picked the photo above. The quality seems a bit low and it’s pretty dark–I wonder if I accidentally gave them a lower rez version.  Anyway, there it is!  It’s a very solid issue as well:

The KAS Journal is the oldest graduate student-run anthropology journal
in the country. Since 1950, it has published scholarly articles in all
anthropology subdisciplines and in related fields that are of theoretical
and practical interest. Internationally renowned and peer-reviewed, the
journal is published twice a year.

Issue 98:  “The University in Crisis”
Revolution at Berkeley: September 1964 – December 1964: An Excerpt from “We Still Have a Dream”
Bethany Slentz

Understanding the True Realities and Politics of Higher Education Funding in California
Stanton  A. Glantz

The University in Crisis: Public Good or Private Good?
Laura Nader

Centralized Power in the UC Board of Regents
Katherine Jamison-Alward

Cuts to the UC and the Unraveling of the American Dream
Alan H. Schoenfeld

A Better Plan for the University of California’s Future
Charles Schwartz

The Habit of Courage
Nancy Scheper-Hughes

When Batons Beat Books: A Study of the UCPD as an Arm of the Administration
Waseem Salahi

SOLIDARITY: Not in My Name
Ananya Roy

Curiosity under Attack: The Anatomy of an Anti-Critical University
Gregg Sparkman

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