Hotel information for the 2009 AAA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia (December 2-6) is now available on the Meetings page of the AAA website: http://www.aaanet.org/meetings/info/travel/hotel_travel.cfm Book today to save a room in a hotel where we’ve negotiated special room rates. Staying at the meeting hotels is convenient and helps you stay connected with the informal activities and … Continue reading Book Your Hotel for the 2009 AAA Annual Meeting in Philly
The Archeology Division (AD) is offering a new award that will cover one year of membership in the AAA and AD for up to 20 students. To be eligible, students must be presenting an archaeological paper or poster at the 2009 AAA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. See the AD’s award page for details about the … Continue reading Student Membership and Travel Awards: Apply Today!
Anthropology News seeks contributions for a thematic issue on the future/s of anthropology. To participate, email a 300-word abstract and 50-100-word biosketch to editor Dinah Winnick (dwinnick [at] aaanet.org) by August 15. Selected authors will be asked to submit commentaries of 1000-1400 words or shorter pieces for other article types.
This topic responds to the 2009 AAA Annual Meeting theme “The End/s of Anthropology,” prompting conversations on contemporary challenges facing the discipline and innovative visions of new directions, goals, audiences, theoretical orientations and methodologies. Proposed articles may address a variety of issues related to this theme, including (but not limited to): Continue reading “The Future/s of Anthropology: Proposals Due 8/15”
Most of you will be running about nonstop during the AAA’s 2009 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, but on the off chance you and your colleagues have some down time, we hope you’ll take advantage of the city’s attractions and delicacies. The NYTimes released a story this week highlighting some spots in the city worth visiting; … Continue reading “Phanatic” in Philly