Today’s guest blog post is by AAA Member, Guven Peter Witteveen. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, PBS will stream We Still Live Here for free throughout November. The film is especially relevant now, as it features members of the Wampanoag Tribes of Massachusetts, descendants of the people we celebrate every Thanksgiving for the help they … Continue reading November is Native American Heritage Month
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The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) invites you to attend one of their free online open forums to learn more about the work of their task force appointed to oversee substantial revisions to the Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education that will be completed by June 2014. The Information Literacy Standards for … Continue reading Online Open Forums on Revised Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
Meet Donna. She is the third anthropologist to be interviewed in AAA’s newest podcast series – Anthropologists in the Field. Donna A. Auston is a graduate student in the cultural anthropology program at Rutgers University. She is conducting preliminary research on Muslim communities in the San Francisco Bay area. While there, she is studying local … Continue reading Have You Met Donna A. Auston?
The American Anthropological Association (AAA) teams up with anthropological associations around the world to host an international pilot project – Seminario Virtual. AAA, in collaboration with the European Association of Social Anthropologists/Association européenne des anthropologues sociaux (EASA), Associação Brasileira de Antropologia (ABA) and Canadian Anthropology Society/Société canadienne d’anthropologie (CASCA), creates a virtual seminar aimed to … Continue reading Mark Your Calendar! Seminario Virtual: an international collaborative pilot project
This latest podcast installment of Ordinary Anthropologists Doing Extraordinary Things and guest blog post features AAA member, Tara Waters Lumpkin. Tara is the Executive Director of the non-profit Izilwane. She founded Izilwane to explore, with the help of others, how human beings can shift their perceptions so as to learn to co-exist with other species … Continue reading Ordinary Anthropologists Doing Extraordinary Things – Tara Waters Lumpkin
Listen to the new podcast in the series Ordinary Anthropologists Doing Extraordinary Things featuring AAA member, Matthew Piscitelli. Matthew has gotten creative with funding his next project. Through my years of work as an archaeologist, I’ve always been amazed whenever I can hold something in my hand that no one has touched in the last … Continue reading New Podcast! Ordinary Anthropologists Doing Extraordinary Things – Matt Piscitelli