See below for article information regarding new and recent publications SANA members related to the anthropology of North America.
Logan, Ryan I., Melo, Milena A., & Heide Castañeda. 2021. Familial Vulnerability: Legal Status and Mental Health within Mixed-Status Families. Medical Anthropology.
Logan, Ryan I. & Heide Castañeda. 2020. Addressing Health Disparities in the Rural United States: Advocacy as Caregiving Among Community Health Workers and Promotores de Salud. International Journal of Environmental and Public Health Research 17, no. 24: 9223. doi: 10.3390/ijerph17249223
Mariner, Kathryn A. 2020. American Elegy: A Triptych. Public Culture 32, no. 1: 5-23. doi: 10.1215/08992363-7816269
Logan, Ryan I. 2020. “A Poverty in Understanding”: Assessing the Structural Challenges Experienced by Community Health Workers and Their Clients. Global Public Health 15, no. 1: 137-150. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2019.1656275
Mariner, Kathryn A. 2019. White Parents, Black Care: Entanglements of Race and Kinship in American Transracial Adoption. American Anthropologist 121, no. 4: 845-856. doi: 10.1111/aman.13312
Mariner, Kathryn A. 2019. “Who You Are in These Pieces of Paper”: Imagining Future Kinship through Auto/Biographical Adoption Documents in the United States. Cultural Anthropology 34, no. 4: 529-545. doi: 10.14506/ca34.4.03
Logan, Ryan I. 2019. “Being a Community Health Worker Means Advocating”: Participation, Perceptions, and Challenges in Advocacy. Anthropology in Action 26, no. 2: 9-18. doi: 10.3167/aia.2019.260202