Christine G.T. Ho was honored by the School of Human and Organization Development at Fielding Graduate University with the 2013 Social Justice Award, which she received for introducing new curriculum to the School of Human and Organization Development for the study of systemic inequality and diversity, for co-founding the Transformative Learning for Social Justice Concentration (doctoral level major), and for serving three terms as Chair of the HOD Social Justice and Diversity governance committee. It is the first time the School has given this award since 1997.
Robert A. Rubinstein is the lead editor of a new book on a very topical subject, an applied perspective on military training. The new book is Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Expectations and Traditional Boundaries, edited by Robert A. Rubinstein, Kerry Fosher and Clementine Fujimura is being published by Kumarian Press and will be released in September 2012.
Christina Wasson, Mary Odell Butler, and Jacqueline Copeland Carson, have released Applying Anthropology in the Global Village, a new volume published by Left Coast Press in November 2011. From the Publisher:
Vanderbilt Press has just published a new book by Jennifer R. Wies (Eastern Kentucky University) and Hillary J. Haldane (Quinnipiac University) who have spear-headed the establishment of the SfAA Gender-Based Violence Topical Interest Group. The new book is Anthropology at the Front Lines of Gender-Based Violence(2011).
Laura MacNamara, Sandia National Laboratories, is one of the editors of a new book on anthropologists and the intelligence institutions of the USA. Published by Left Coast Press, The book, edited by Robert Albro, George Marcus, Laura A. MacNamara, Monica Schoch-Spana, is Anthropologists in the SecurityScape: Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity.