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Where’s #Anthropology? Hashtag mayhem at #AAA2021Baltimore

Samuel Gerald Collins , November 24th, 2021


The American Anthropological Annual Meeting has come and gone after a year hiatus. But, courtesy of the continued pandemic, it was not business as usual, and a combination…


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Questions and Answers on Publishing Journal Articles: A Series Organized by Ilana Gershon

Jason Baird Jackson , September 14th, 2021


If you are an academic author or aspire to be one, I hope that you will check out the series organized by Ilana Gershon and published on the…


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Raising Our Concerns: Reflections on AAA 2020

Footnotes Editor , February 3rd, 2021


[Footnotes is pleased to present this guest statement by Anthro Response Cauldron – a collective of people who (re)connected over Twitter during ROV, after recognising their shared concerns…


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Raising Our Concerns: Reflections on AAA 2020

footnotes , February 3rd, 2021


[Footnotes is pleased to present this guest statement by Anthro Response Cauldron – a collective of people who (re)connected over Twitter during ROV, after recognising their shared concerns…


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Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community Recognized with Book Prizes

Jason Baird Jackson , November 6th, 2020


The annual business meeting of the Council for Museum Anthropology (CMA) was held today and one of its key moments was the bestowal of the annual CMA Book…


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Native American and First Nations Studies in the Work of the American Folklore Society During the 1920s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 21st, 2020


This is a seventh post in a series on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies within the life of the American Folklore Society…


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Native American and First Nations Studies at the American Folklore Society Meetings During the 1930s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 20th, 2020


This is a fifth post in a series on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies within the life of the American Folklore Society…


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Native American and First Nations Studies at the American Folklore Society Meetings During the 1960s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 20th, 2020


In a fourth series post on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies within the life of the American Folklore Society, I pick up…


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Native American and First Nations Studies in the American Folklore Society: The Founding AFS Fellows

Jason Baird Jackson , October 18th, 2020


As I noted in the previous post in this series on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies work within the American Folklore Society,…


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Native American and First Nations Studies at the American Folklore Society Meetings During the 1940s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 17th, 2020


Here is a second quick post on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies at the American Folklore Society Meetings. Here the focus in…


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Native American and First Nations Studies at the American Folklore Society Meetings During the 1950s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 16th, 2020


Update: The post below has been updated to include the previously missing 1951 program. I use strikeout and underline to show the changes. Special thanks to Tim Lloyd…


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ARHE is selected for the American Anthropological Association Presidents’ Award

Deon Claiborne , September 16th, 2020


From the award website: The SMA’s Anthropological Responses to Health Emergencies Special Interest Group is recognized for rapidly mobilizing a wide range of valuable information resources in re…


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ARHE is selected for the American Anthropological Association Presidents’ Award

Deon Claiborne , September 16th, 2020


From the award website: The SMA’s Anthropological Responses to Health Emergencies Special Interest Group is recognized for rapidly mobilizing a wide range of valuable information resources in re…


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Making #AAACASCA Manageable: The Teaching Culture Top 25

Anna , November 21st, 2019


It is that time of year again—November is flying by, and thousands of anthropologists are gathering to share, learn, explore, discuss, and debate important issues in their field….


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Hello from a New Editor

Anna , November 21st, 2019


As the fall term draws to a close, and as many of us head to Vancouver for AAA-CASCA, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself…


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What Students Deserve in a Textbook

Anna , August 22nd, 2019


With the recent release of Through the Lens of Cultural Anthropology, we asked author Laura Tubelle de González to talk about her new textbook, and her hopes for…


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Making #AmAnth18 Manageable: The Teaching Culture Top 30

Anna , November 8th, 2018


The 2018 AAA meetings are upon us and we’re looking forward to getting out from this rainy, cold Toronto weather and into some California sun! In keeping with…


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Island in the Stream: A discussion with author Michael Lambek on his new release

Anna , November 5th, 2018


The Scholarly Publishing program at University of Toronto Press has been producing the Anthropological Horizons series since 1991. The series is home to imaginative, immersive ethnographic works that…


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CfP – Speaking more broadly: Adapting anthropological concepts for a broader audience

Rhiannon Mosher , April 5th, 2018


Following up on our previous post, AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists, Jennifer and I would like to take this opportunity to circulate a call for…


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CfP – Speaking more broadly: Adapting anthropological concepts for a broader audience

Rhiannon Mosher , April 5th, 2018


Following up on our previous post, AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists, Jennifer and I would like to take this opportunity to circulate a call for…


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CfP for AAA2018: Inter-topia: Productive tensions within the collisions of techno-utopianism and techno-dystopianism

Angela VandenBroek , March 15th, 2018


Panel Organizers: Jeremy Trombley (SUNY Cortland) and Angela VandenBroek (Binghamton University) Sites of digital technology development are immersed in competing techno-utopian and -dystopian ideolog…


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AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , March 13th, 2018


As blogger Rhiannon and I slog through the end of the semester, we’re striving to post at least 1 blog post per week. Despite our want to continue…


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AAA in San Jose – Anthropological Concepts for Non-Anthropologists

Jennifer Long , March 13th, 2018


As blogger Rhiannon and I slog through the end of the semester, we’re striving to post at least 1 blog post per week. Despite our want to continue…


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Happy Anthropology Day from AnthroEverywhere!

Jennifer Long , February 15th, 2018


A very happy Anthropology Day from us here at AnthroEverywhere! According to the American Anthropological Association, Anthropology Day is a day for anthropologists to celebrate their discipline and…


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