PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology has expanded its longstanding spillover feature. By spillover, we refer to our digitally accessible content that exceeds the printed page. It is original material connected to the topics discussed in issues of the journal, showcasing exchanges of knowledge and ideas.
The forum section offers analyses that range from stand-alone essays and critical commentaries to interviews and conversations in which we connect established scholars with the new generation of political and legal anthropologists. We invite you to explore PoLAR’s free-to-access features, which include essays, interviews, book reviews, postscripts to articles in our virtual editions, and emergent conversations among anthropologists on new research directions and topical issues. Archived spillover conversations are also available through the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) website.