The journal "Anthropology Now" is currently expanding its coverage, in an attempt to involve more researchers in its "public" dimension. The idea is to give visibility on the website to anthropological interventions that are directed to the general public, possibly with a focus on current and urgent issues.
As an editor of the section "fieldnotes", I am trying to get in touch with scholars and researchers currently in the field in order to make their experience and thoughts visible. In "fieldnotes" we publish short pieces that bridge the space between polished academic writing and the messiness of the field. Often many deep and provocative insights get lost into the refining process, and we think that as anthropologists we have much to contribute to public discussion, and that a part of that contribution could come precisely from our "first-hand", "raw", "unpolished" experience. This section is also aimed at giving younger scholars a taste of a work-in progress. Additionally it will be a good way to let other people know your issues, problems and ideas, while building up networks of discussion.
If this sounds interesting, I would be thrilled to work with you on collecting some of your field-thoughts. I am also interested in learning about colleagues of yours that might make stimulating contributions, especially if they are not US-based: we think that the US academic space would benefit enormously from interventions coming from elsewhere.
Looking forward to hearing from you