Tag: American Anthropological Association (AAA)

#AmAnth2021: Anthropological Engagements with Optimism?

nckawa , November 16th, 2021

This year’s American Anthropological Association meeting is likely to be one of the weirder ones in recent memory. The general feeling is that: 1) the conference costs far…

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A Story of Us

nckawa , March 8th, 2019

For the past several years, the graduate students of the Ohio State Department of Anthropology have produced A Story of Us, a podcast that is sponsored by the…

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The Social Network of US Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities

nckawa , December 28th, 2018

This project has taken several years to come together, but I’m happy to share that “The Social Network of US Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently published…

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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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U.S. Academic Anthropology’s Hiring Network

nckawa , July 23rd, 2018

A paper I authored with several colleagues titled “The Social Network of U.S. Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently accepted by American Anthropologist and will be publ…

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nckawa , December 1st, 2017

On Tuesday afternoon at the American Anthropological Association Meeting, I had the opportunity to participate as discussant on a panel that focused on sedimentation as a social analytic….

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The Fermentological Turn

nckawa , September 22nd, 2017

What does the Culture and Agriculture section of the American Anthropological Association have brewing up for this year’s meeting? Take a look.

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Margaret’s Mead: C&A’s First Zine

nckawa , September 5th, 2017

Last week, we printed off the first zine produced by the Culture & Agriculture section of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). It’s a collaborative effort with essays, art, and…

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