The Future Issue

With this issue of Peeps, we bring you the work of researchers and visionaries who guide us forward by looking back. 2020 is off to a challenging start, but the hope lies in the lessons we learn... Editorial

Afrofuturism Answers Back to Afro-pessimism

Stories to Build a World By

Innovating for a Sustainable Future

What to do with the Present

Un-Settling the City

Feature

4 Peeps Play List

The playlist, for Issue 4, kicked off by our editorial team but to be expanded by our readers/listeners, is here!

Feature

4 Peeps Reading List

Peeps editor Cat Ashton kicks off our reading list with a bevy of speculative fictions about the future.

Podcast

4 Peeps Media List

Peeps’ inaugural media list, curated and kicked-off by our editor Ife Olatunji, focuses on afrofuturism in its many forms.


Archives

Forum Publishing Review

When Mainstream Media Thinks Anthropology is Cool

β€œAt last, an indie mag about anthropology! If that turns you off, think again. Like the best magazines, Peeps is a magazine about people and there are some great universal stories here.”
β€” Jeremy Leslie, magCulture

Forum World Affairs

Marking Territory in the infinite

The theoretical interplanetary politics of a universal flag designed on Earth are explored by Tylor R. Genoese, an anthropologist interested in outer space.

Curation Practice

Anthropology in Business β†—

American Anthropological Association / 03.11.2016

For business, what do anthropologists bring to the party?