Click the play button to listen to the Science in Anthropology: An Open Discussion session (3-0430) at AAA’s Annual Meeting.
This invited roundtable session was sponsored by the Society for Anthropological Sciences, organized by Peter Peregrine (Lawrence U) and chaired by President Virginia Dominguez (U of Illinois). Roundtable presenters included Daniel A. Segal (Pitzer College), H Russell Bernard (U of Florida) and Jonathan M. Marks (U of North Carolina at Charlotte). The session was held on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 10:15 at the Palais de Congrès in Montréal.
This recording is also located in the American Anthropological Association’s iTunes library.
Additional coverage of the session:
Science in Anthropology: Humanistic Science and Scientific Humanism by Jason Antrosio of Living Anthropologically
Anthropologists Seek A More Nuanced Place for Science by Dan Barret of The Chronicle of Higher Education
Not Feeling the Kinship by Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed
Science and the Ring Species of Anthropology by A.P. Van Arsdale of A.P. Van Arsdale Biological Anthropology Lab
Twitter feed recap of the session by Caroline VanSickle
A special thanks to Augstin Fuentes for recording the session and collaborative effort by Dan Segal and Julienne Rutherford.
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