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The Future of AAA

WAPAListen to the March 5, 2013 monthly Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists (WAPA) meeting, as new AAA Executive Director Ed Liebow sought feedback about his plans for the Association, emphasizing his commitment to keeping AAA on solid financial footing while:

  • Supporting global scholarly exchange through innovative forms of publication and meetings
  • Increasing AAA membership’s size and diversity
  • Making AAA a welcoming organizational home for practicing and applied anthropologists based beyond the academy
  • Increasing anthropology’s visibility, especially in the Washington DC area in serving AAA’s long-term strategic objectives

Founded in 1976, WAPA serves as a resource, and a social and career development center for anthropologists seeking to apply their knowledge and skills to practical problems for the betterment of society.

A special thanks to Pamela for recording the presentation and sharing the file with AAA.

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