AES Graduate-Student Workshops at the 113th AAA Annual Meeting

The American Ethnological Society is pleased to announce its ongoing series of graduate-student workshops. The workshops will take place during the American Anthropological Association’s 113th Annual Meeting in Washington DC. Each workshop is limited to ten students. The workshops are free. To apply for a workshop, please send a 250-300-word description of your research project … Continue reading AES Graduate-Student Workshops at the 113th AAA Annual Meeting

New Issue of AE Features Occupy Movement

Read the latest issue of American Ethnologist available now! Volume 39, Issue 2 (May 2012) Angelique Haugerud, Editor’s Foreword Free Access Occupy Movements: AE Forum  Free Access Maple Razsa and Andrej Kurnik, The Occupy Movement in Žižek’s hometown: Direct democracy and a politics of becoming Jeffrey S. Juris, Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social media, public space, and … Continue reading New Issue of AE Features Occupy Movement

A Response to the Recent Attacks on Professor Frances Fox Piven

AAA was one of 23 academic organizations that released a joint statement of response to the recent attacks on Professor Frances Fox Piven, renown professor of the University of New York Graduate Center. The statement condemns Glenn Beck, radio and television personality, for his attacks on Piven and calls for public officials and political commentators to help … Continue reading A Response to the Recent Attacks on Professor Frances Fox Piven