This post was submitted by Dr. Andrew Tarter, a Gender and Social Inclusion Advisor in the Global Development Lab at USAID. Valorie V. Aquino—an anthropology doctoral candidate at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque—is one of three original co-chairs of the first national March for Science (MFS) and co-founders of the MFS national nonprofit organization. … Continue reading The Anthropologist in the March For Science: An Interview with Valorie Aquino
At is core, AAA’s publishing program is governed by four values: quality, breadth, accessibility, and sustainability. These core values have enabled a rich and enduring portfolio of more than 20 publications, and continue to provide opportunities for anthropologists to 1) disseminate scholarly knowledge; 2) receive valuable credit for their professional work because they publish in … Continue reading The AAA Publishing Portfolio Principle
In closing my first AN President’s column, I declared AAA a safe, accessible and shared space that welcomes anthropologists to come together to discuss, deliberate, agree, disagree, and agree to disagree on some of today’s most important and challenging issues. I wished for members to fully engage AAA. Now I write with ways to do … Continue reading AAA President Waterston’s call to engagement on Israel/Palestine!
Recent news surrounding Rachel Dolezal has led to quite the discussion on race. Our associates at the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC) pointed us to an article (‘You May Not Know It But I’m Black’: White Woman’s Self-Identification As Black) that Patricia Sunderland, a longtime AAA member and leading consumer researcher, wrote about in Ethnos 18 … Continue reading Race and Rachel Dolezal: A Conversation with Patricia Sunderland