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This article calls for revisiting how we teach anthropology in light of three mutually reinforcing "moments" -the #MeToo Movement, the development of the American Anthropological Association's first Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Policy, and shifting student expectations regarding personal safety and wellbeing. By thinking anthropologically about anthropology, against a backdrop of larger questions for the discipline as a whole, we single out the consequences of the "lone anthropologist"doi:10.5070/t32245871 fatcat:nkfofoap7rd7tkwgwfo3lkgx5i