Tag: AmAnth2018

Ep. #27 TFS at AAA: Elevator pitches, problem labels, public anthropology, & estrangement in practice – Guest panel with Dr Esteban Gómez & Dr Carie Little Hersh

The Familiar Strange , November 25th, 2018

This month we bring you a special panel episode straight from the AAA (American Anthropological Association) Conference in San José, California. In this episode, our own Julia Brown…

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Twitter Wrap-up for AmAnth2018: Hashtags and Hautalk

Samuel Gerald Collins , November 21st, 2018

As I have done over the past few years (2017, 2016), I returned from AAA2018 and ran some Twitter analytics.  Here’s the sociograph I came up with (click…

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Wakanda University at #AmAnth2018

nckawa , November 20th, 2018

Elizabeth Chin, @nidhisrathore, @allergyPhD, @dorinnekondo, Chibundo Egwuatu & others at #WakandaUniversity gave us an alternative vision of what the space of the AAA conference can be like, look…

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Urban Amazonian Show & Tell at #AmAnth18

nckawa , November 10th, 2018

At this year’s AAA meeting, I’ll be presenting a paper on a panel titled “The Cultural Work of Aesthetics: Brazilian Notions of the Beautiful and the Crafting of…

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“Addressing Academic Precarity: How to Transition from Academia to Industry” a 2018 Annual Meeting Workshop Preview

Anne Kelsey , October 22nd, 2018

We asked Annual Meeting workshop organizers to give our blog readers a sneak peek at the events they have planned for AmAnth2018. This post was submitted by Rachel Carmen Ceasar,…

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Inside the Annual Meeting Scheduling Process

Alexandra Frankel , July 13th, 2018

The American Anthropological Association’s (AAA) 2018 Annual Meeting in San José is on the horizon, and we couldn’t be more excited for the dynamic and diverse collection of…

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