Anthropologist David Price, author of Anthropological Intelligence and Threatening Anthropology, is interviewed in this Chronicle of Higher Education story about the continuation of the debate among anthropologists about collaboration with the military. Price is a founding member of the Network of Concerned Anthropologists, a group which has been working to persuade the American Anthropological Association to take a stand against programs such as the Pentagon's Human Terrain System. Inside Higher Ed also interviewed Price, asking him if "any forms of engagement with the military would be acceptable to him. Price said sure. 'Personally I’m not working for the military for a number of reasons, one of which is the larger mission as it’s being carried out is unacceptable to me. For myself, that’s my answer.'"