Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Small Grants For Developing Ethics Curricular Materials Goals of the Program The AAA Small Grants Program seeks to foster the development and use of curricular materials for the teaching and communication of ethics and ethical practice across the discipline of anthropology. Administered by the AAA Committee on Ethics, this small grant program encourages the awareness … Continue reading Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Small Grants For Developing Ethics Curricular Materials Goals of the Program The AAA Small Grants Program seeks to foster the development and use of curricular materials for the teaching and communication of ethics and ethical practice across the discipline of anthropology. Administered by the AAA Committee on Ethics, this small grant program encourages the awareness … Continue reading Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Small Grants For Developing Ethics Curricular Materials Goals of the Program The AAA Small Grants Program seeks to foster the development and use of curricular materials for the teaching and communication of ethics and ethical practice across the discipline of anthropology. Administered by the AAA Committee on Ethics, this small grant program encourages the awareness … Continue reading Request for Proposals – Ethics Small Grant Program

Archaeologists Rise Up Against “Heavy Metal”

 Our contenders in the ring of Diggergate’12 are… Susan Gillespie, an American academic anthropologist and archaeologist, noted for her contributions to archaeological and ethnohistorical research on pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures, in particular the Aztec, Maya and Olmec.  This champion holds many titles: Associate Professor at the University of Florida, AAA Executive Board Member, 1990 Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin Prize … Continue reading Archaeologists Rise Up Against “Heavy Metal”