The AAA Process and Discussions of the 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

Annual Meeting Call for Papers – April 15 Deadline Reminder

The 2014 AAA Annual Meeting Call for Papers embraces this year’s meeting theme Producing Anthropology. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the broad range of program changes designed to enhance the Annual Meeting experience and better meet the needs of our members and attendees. Click here for step by step instructions on the … Continue reading Annual Meeting Call for Papers – April 15 Deadline Reminder

Building Cyberinfrastructure Capacity for the Social Sciences

Today’s guest blog post is by Dr. Emilio Moran. Dr. Moran is Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Indiana University and Visiting Hannah Distinguished Professor, Michigan State University. The United States and the world are changing rapidly.  These new conditions challenge the ability of the social, behavioral and economic sciences to understand what is happening at a national … Continue reading Building Cyberinfrastructure Capacity for the Social Sciences

A San Francisco Treat

It’s the last day of our giveaway! Throughout the month of October, we have been giving away Annual Meeting gear to our blog readers. The AAA Annual Meeting will be held this year in San Francisco from November 14-18. To answer the trivia question, you will need to leave your answer as a comment here … Continue reading A San Francisco Treat