Anthro students at Reed have launched a peer-reviewed journal titled Radicle: Reed Anthropology Review, with the mission of illustrating the relevance of anthropology today and its collaborative, interdisciplinary, and multimedia nature.
The first issue demonstrates an impressive range of subjects, from Thailand’s growing “gestational surrogacy” industry to the way popular media cover new developments in the field of dolphin communications.
The title is not a misprint. Radicle refers to the part of a part of a seed that initiates growth and develops into roots.
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