Graduating an Anthropologist: What I’ve Learned as a Summer Intern

Today’s guest blog post is the AAA/AFA Summer Intern, Rachel Nuzman: Long before graduating from Saint Mary’s College in May, though exponentially more as the date approached, I got asked the two questions most graduates dread but expect to hear: what is your major? And what are you going to do?  The assumption being that … Continue reading Graduating an Anthropologist: What I’ve Learned as a Summer Intern

AAA Student Summer Internship – Call for Applications

The American Anthropological Association is pleased to offer two internship opportunities funded by member donations and one internship opportunity funded by the Association for Feminist Anthropology for the summer of 2013.

Internships are six weeks in length from June 30 through August 17, 2013.  Internships are unpaid however; interns will be provided housing and a meal/travel stipend.

Interns will spend approximately 40 percent of their time working onsite at the AAA offices in Arlington, Virginia, and the other 60 percent of their time working on-site at one of three locations described below.

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduate students in their junior or senior year
  • First Year Graduate students (completing the first year of graduate work by June 2013)

Visit the AAA Summer Internship Program webpage for the application. Application deadline is March 15, 2013.

Click here to support this Internship Program through a financial contribution.

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Gender and Race Through Education and Political Activism: The Legacy of Sylvia Helen Forman

Published in partnership with the Association for Feminist Anthropology, Gender and Race Through Education and Political Activism: The Legacy of Sylvia Helen Forman is edited by Dena Shenk. Purchase the book at a special AAA member rate of $10.00. Highlights of the book include: On Sylvia Forman, Intellectual Progeny, and American Struggles: An Overview – … Continue reading Gender and Race Through Education and Political Activism: The Legacy of Sylvia Helen Forman

From Labrador to Samoa: the Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke Leacock

Have you read From Labrador to Samoa: the Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke Leacock? Edited by Constance R. Sutton, this book is published by the Association for Feminist Anthropology/American Anthropological Association in collaboration with the International Women’s Anthropology Conference, ©1993. Order your print copy today from the AAA online store at a special member … Continue reading From Labrador to Samoa: the Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke Leacock