Table of Contents

  • Introduction: Unveiling the Human Terrain System
    - Montgomery McFate & Janice H. Laurence
  • Mind the Gap: Bridging the Military/Academic Divide
    - Montgomery McFate
  • An Anthropologist at War in Afghanistan
    - Ted Callahan
  • What Do You Bring to the Fight? A Year in Iraq as an Embedded Social Scientist
    - Katherine Blue Carroll
  • Playing Spades in Al Anbar: A Female Social Scientist among Marines and Special Forces
    - Jennifer A. Clark
  • The Four Pillars of Integration: How to Make Social Science Work in a War Zone
    - Kathleen Reedy
  • Realizing the Promise of Applied Social Science for Military Operations
    - James Dorough-Lewis, Jr.
  • Allied Civilian Enablers and the Helmand Surge
    - Leslie Adrienne Payne
  • Assessing the Human Terrain Teams: No White Hats or Black Hats Please
    - Carolyn Fluehr-Lobhan & George R. Lucas, Jr.
  • Tangi Valley and the Limitations of Applied Anthropology in Afghanistan
    - Brian G. Brereton
  • Conclusion: The Human Terrain System: Some Lessons Learned and the Way Forward
    - Janice H. Laurence

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