Tag: Events and Exhibits

Inaugural Summer Institute for Department Leaders

aaaguestcontributor , June 25th, 2018

Ed Liebow, Executive Director More than 40 department leaders (chairs and directors of graduate/undergraduate studies) came to Washington, DC last week for two days of intensive workshops in…

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Africa in the World: Event Highlights from Johannesburg

aaaguestcontributor , May 24th, 2018

“Africa in the World: Shifting Boundaries and Knowledge Production,” a joint conference of AAA and the African Studies Association begins May 25th in Johannesburg, South Africa. The confe…

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LAVC Anthropology Day Diversity Wall 2017: “Name Your Culture, Name The Issue”

aaaguestcontributor , May 17th, 2017

  Written by Alfonso DiLuca, Vice-President Los Angeles Valley College Anthropological Society In science, perhaps more than in any other discipline, humans rest on prior experiences to advance a…

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“Trafficked Children and Adolescents in the United States: Reimagining Survivors” A World on the Move Event

Anne Kelsey , June 20th, 2016

The evening of June 7, 2016, marked the inaugural book reading for AAA’s public education initiative World on the Move: 100,000 Years of Human Migration. Our first author,…

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World Anthropology Day and the Diversity Wall at Los Angeles Valley College

Anne Kelsey , May 23rd, 2016

“World Anthropology Day is a day for anthropologists to celebrate and participate in their discipline with the public around them. Anthropologists are innovators and creative thinkers who contribute…

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African Youth and Social Innovation

Anne Kelsey , January 4th, 2016

The light peering through the door from the adjacent room was dim. It was hard for me to read the notes I was trying to take. But I…

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2015 AAA Photo Contest Submission Period End Midnight September 30th.

Andrew R , September 29th, 2015

This has been an amazing year for submissions to the annual photo contest– and we’re not done yet! There’s still time to submit your photos for consideration of…

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AAA Webinar Wednesday October 7, 2015 2 PM Eastern: “You ate WHAT?” A Four-Field Methods Manual for Food Research and Applied Nutritional Anthropology

Andrew R , September 22nd, 2015

AAA Webinar: Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition Discussion of the forthcoming SAFN sponsored volume Research Methods for Anthropological Studies of Food and Nutrition Food is…

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People, Primates and Pathogens: Integrated approaches to Health, Disease, and the human-animal interface with Augustin Fuentes and Lisa Jones-Engel

Andrew R , September 14th, 2015

The AAA welcomes back Agustin Fuentes for another Webinar Wednesday, this time joined by Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel.  Please note our different time this week: 11 AM Eastern. Utilizing…

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Webinar Wednesday with Larissa Sandy: Sex Work in Cambodia

Andrew R , May 7th, 2015

Hello anthropology enthusiasts!  Our next webinar, with Larissa Sandy, will be the last scheduled before we take a break for the summer.  In it we’ll be exploring the…

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Unanthrapologetically Working Together: Mixed Methods Collaboration and Health Services Research at the Department of Veterans Affairs

Andrew R , April 30th, 2015

Hope you all enjoyed your webinar hiatus (and Call for Papers period) because we’ve got two more amazing webinars coming your way before we break for the summer!…

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Joslyn O. , April 8th, 2015

In addition to the call for panelists on the co-hosted sessions, The IV Congress on Latin American Anthropology’s call for papers is currently open until April 30th. Details…

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Joslyn O. , April 7th, 2015

AAA will be co-hosting two panels at the IV Congress on Latin American Anthropology on October 7-10, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico. The panels are: Public Space Symposium/Simposio…

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Webinar Wednesday March 18: Applied Anthropology in the National Parks

Andrew R , March 13th, 2015

As the National Park Service (NPS) approaches its centennial in 2016, the NPS Cultural Anthropology and Archeology Programs continue to engage in research with deep roots in communities…

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