Monthly Archives: June 2016

How Should We Think About Immigrants?

We have heard more talk about immigrants and immigration policy this election season than any in memory, and the conversation has been highly charged. Since the issue is so prominent just now, it might be helpful to have a sketch … Continue reading

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It’s Not Magic, You Know – Never Believe It Is So

It is common among academics, particularly those whose discipline is anthropology, to think of religion and magic as closely related expressions of the human desire to control one’s environment. Indeed, not just closely related but inextricably bound. There is certainly … Continue reading

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