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Wenner-Gren Symposium Series Published in Current Anthropology (2010- present)

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Wenner-Gren Symposium volumes are published through Current Anthropology and are all open access. Each can be freely accessed at the CA website and by way of the links below:

Working Memory: Beyond Language and Symbolism
Current Anthropology (51), Supplement 1, June 2010
Guest Edited by Thomas Wynn and Frederick L. Coolidge

Engaged Anthropology: Diversity and Dilemmas
Current Anthropology (51), Supplement 2, October 2010 
Guest Edited by Setha M. Low and Sally Engle Merry

Corporate Lives: New Perspectives on the Social Life of the Corporate Form
Current Anthropology, (52), Supplement 3, April 2011
Guest Edited by Damani J. Partridge (University of Michigan), Marina Welker (Cornell), and Rebecca Hardin (University of Michigan)

The Origins of Agriculture, New Data, New Ideas
Current Anthropology (52), Supplement 4, October 2011
Guest edited by: T. Douglas Price (Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin–Madison) and Ofer Bar-Yosef (Harvard University)

The Biological Anthropology of Living Human Populations: World Histories, National Styles, and International Networks
Current Anthropology (53), Supplement 5, April 2012
Guest edited by Susan Lindlee (University of Pennsylvania) and Ricardo Ventura Santos (Museu Nacional & Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil)

Human Biology and the Origins of Homo
Current Anthropology (53), Supplement 6,  December 2012
Guest edited by Leslie C. Aiello (Wenner-Gren Foundation) and Susan Anton (New York University)

Potentiality and Humaness: Revisiting the Anthropological Object in Contemporary Biomedicine
Current Anthropology (54), Supplement 7,  October 2013
Guest edited by Klaus Hoyer (University of Copenhagen) and Karen-Sue Taussig(University of Minnesota)

Alternative Pathways to Complexity: Evolutionary Trajectories in the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age
Current Anthropology (54), Supplement 8,  December 2013
Guest edited by Steven L. Kuhn (University of Arizona) and Erella Hovers(Hebrew University)