The American Anthropological Association is pleased to offer two internship opportunities funded by member donations. Internships are six weeks in length during the summer of 2015. Internships are unpaid however; interns will be provided housing and a meal/travel stipend. Interns will spend approximately 40 percent of their time working onsite at the AAA offices in … Continue reading AAA Summer Internship Applications Available Feb. 6
We are excited to start the New Year off with several exclusive member-only programs and discounts. In an effort to continue to provide future anthropologists with access to practical knowledge, we partnered with UMB Bank to offer a AAA Visa credit card. 100% of all royalties will support the AAA Intern Program which offers two … Continue reading Exclusive Programs & Discounts for Members Only
The American Anthropological Association is pleased to announce that together with CASCA (Canadian Anthropology Society/Société canadienne d’anthropologie), we will hold a joint conference November 20-24, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia. This conference will allow for the development of multiple forms of collaboration between the two associations. We are grateful to the joint committee whose work … Continue reading AAA & CASCA To Hold Joint Conference in 2019
AAA President Monica Heller releases public statement on police practices in the United States and calls upon anthropologists to help create equitable policing: In the United States, too many black Americans are killed by officers of the law. As anthropologists, we must speak out whenever our common humanity gives way to discrimination, prejudice and violence. … Continue reading AAA Statement on Police Practices
Guest blog post by AAA member, Steven Caton (Harvard U). I have not been a fan of boycotts in the past, so why did I change my mind? The Gaza war in June and the continuing settlement finally made me reconsider. All the hand wringing over the Palestinians and pronouncements critical of Israel and its … Continue reading “Why I signed” (the petition for academic boycott of Israeli institutions)
Today’s guest blog post is written by AAA members, Fida Adely and Lara Deeb At the upcoming (December 2014) annual meeting of the American Anthropological Society (AAA), several panels will take up the issue of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, providing a context for learning about how anthropologists have been and could be further engaged in a … Continue reading The AAA Process and Discussions of the Academic Boycott of Israeli Institutions
Join Dr. Ken C. Erickson this afternoon at 2pm ET for Webinar Wednesday! Registration is required, webinar is free: http://bit.ly/1lU3FNY Doing “Consumer” Anthropology, Warnings and Advice* Whether its burgers or Boeing, anthropological technique and theory have found significant purchase in the business world. Sometimes. The questions Anthropologists ask often lead to discomfiting revisions in thinking … Continue reading It’s Webinar Wednesday!