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People, Place, Practice and Process in the AAA Photo Contest

"Win, Place, Show" by Brian Donahoe. 2009 AAA Photo Contest Winner.

We’re asking participants in the 2011 AAA Photo Contest to choose a category for each photo they submit. The categories are People, Place, Practice and Process. Here is a little about each:

  • People photos feature the “who” of anthropology. They may include portraits, small groups, crowds, researchers and more.
  • Place photos focus on the “where” of anthropology. Emphasis is on the location more than anything else.
  • Practice photos show the “what” of anthropology. They may focus on a specific area of study, but they may also show what anthropologists do in the course of their work.
  • Process photos demonstrate the “how” of anthropology. These photos are likely to show an in-depth aspect of anthropological work.

Just like in Brian Donohoe’s photo from the 2009 contest, photos can show elements from more than one category. The question to this year’s photo contest participants is: What do you want to emphasize?  

The Photo Contest is accepting submissions through August 15, 2011. Guidelines and the submission form are available here.

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  1. […] The choices are People, Place, Practice and Process. Descriptions of each category are on the blog and on the Photo Contest […]

  2. […] The choices are People, Place, Practice and Process. Descriptions of each category are on the blog and on the Photo Contest […]

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