In the field of Anthropology the focus on social justice and human rights is a general theme. Yet, animal rights have largely escaped anthropological attention. Is it not time for anthropologists to take a stance and go beyond multispecies ethnography?
What can Zanzibar Town in Tanzania learn about managing world heritage from Amsterdam, and vice versa? At least one thing: that intangible heritage is not a matter of the past, and that its purpose - its future – may ‘conserve’ it most effectively.