August 11, 2020

Capital Gazette Book Review: “Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Expectations and Traditional Boundaries”

A recently released book co-edited by Student-Leader Seminar faculty member, Clementine Fujimura, is reviewed on CapitalGazette.com.¬† The book, “Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Expectations and Traditional Boundaries” was released by Kumarian Press earlier this month.

“The objective of military anthropologists isn’t to help the military find better ways to kill people, it’s to help soldiers better understand foreign cultures,” she said. “This can reduce conflicts on both sides and lead to greater cooperation.”

Read the review by Theresa Winslow, CapitalGazette.com

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