Join us on Monday, May 5 at 1pm EST for a lively webinar, A Troublesome Inheritance – A discussion on genes, race and human history with author Nicholas Wade and Agustín Fuentes. This discussion will be moderated by AAA Executive Director, Dr. Edward Liebow. Nicholas Wade received a B.A. in natural sciences from King’s College, … Continue reading New Webinar! A Discussion On Genes, Race and Human History
Earth Day is a great opportunity to remember the green options that the American Anthropological Association offers to its members: AAA Journals To Go Fully Digital in 2016 Readers may recall that in November 2013, the AAA Executive Board adopted a series of recommendations from the Committee for the Future of Print and Electronic Publishing … Continue reading Green Options for AAA Members
Anthropology News (AN) is excited to present two essays in our series on Cultural Heritage that feature multimedia content and demonstrate how anthropologists can incorporate new technologies into their work and writing. By using multimedia technologies, readers are able to engage with and experience articles on AN in new and exciting ways. Contributors to Anthropology News … Continue reading Multimedia in Anthropology News Articles on Cultural Heritage
Listen to Robin Nagle speak about her work in the latest AAA podcast. Dr. Nagle is the author of Picking Up, an ethnography of New York City’s Department of Sanitation. Dr. Nagle is a clinical associate professor of anthropology and director of the John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought at … Continue reading New Podcast Featuring Robin Nagle
A special message from AAA Secretary, Dr. Margaret Buckner: At the November 2013 business meeting in Chicago, the Committee on Labor Relations submitted a resolution on contingent and part-time academic labor. Though it was unanimously approved, there wasn’t a quorum at the meeting, so, in accordance with AAA bylaws, the resolution went to the Executive … Continue reading Know Before You Vote – Resolution on Contingent and Part-Time Academic Labor
Has the new issue of Open Anthropology, The Social Life of Health, Illness, Medicine and Health Care, piqued your interest in anthropological understandings of health, illness, medicine, and health care? Are you interested in building the conversation on your campus or in your community? Throughout March and April, AAA is encouraging anthropology clubs and discussion … Continue reading Calling all Discussion Groups and Anthropology Clubs: Let’s Talk About the March Issue of Open Anthropology!
Listen to the latest podcast, featuring biological anthropologists, Dr. Julienne Rutherford. Julienne Rutherford earned her PhD in Biological Anthropology from Indiana University in 2007. She is an assistant professor of Women, Children, and Family Health Sciences and adjunct assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She is currently the President … Continue reading New Podcast Features Dr. Julienne Rutherford