If you could define your work in a single picture, what would it look like?
AAA members work all around the world, in the most diverse cultures imaginable, and we want to showcase them. If you attended the annual meeting last year in Chicago, you may have noticed a calendar waiting in your complimentary bag with some truly gorgeous pictures—drawing not just from cultural anthropology, but also archaeology, linguistic, biological and political fields.
We’d like to do it again this year, drawing from a new batch of photographs provided by you, our membership. Photographs can be anything you believe relates to your work; the photographs may not portray any nudity or illicit activity.
Contestants may submit their work in one of three categories: people, places, practice. Along with your photograph, include a caption for your work, and a brief autobiographical statement of no more than 150 words. Your biography will not affect your likelihood of being featured in the calendar—we just like to learn a little bit more about our active members. Photographs must be your own, and you must be a current member of the AAA. Winning photos in the calendar will be printed at 11×8, so be sure the resolution is good enough to print at those dimensions.
For complete contest details and submission information, click here.