Photo Friday

The 2011 AAA Photo Contest is a showcase of anthropology at its best. Of the 93 photos submitted, AAA members selected their favorites in each of the four categories: Practice, People, Place and Process. You can view the top 20 photos in Anthropology News. Here on the AAA blog, we will feature several of the … Continue reading Photo Friday

4th Annual Cassandra S. Foens, M.D. Lecture begins today

The University of Iowa Lecture Committee will kick off its fall semester lecture series today with a talk by Dr. Paul Farmer (AAA member), a world-wide leader in global health and social justice issues. The Fourth Annual Cassandra S. Foens, M.D. Lecture, presented in partnership with the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of … Continue reading 4th Annual Cassandra S. Foens, M.D. Lecture begins today

The Haiti Story You Won’t Read

AAA member, Dr. Gina Athena Ulysse shares her opinion on the PBS’ Op-Ed project, Voices. In her piece, The Haiti Story You Won’t Read, Ulysse looks beyond the media’s limelight of the one-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti to examine the deeper issues and influences of the nation’s rebuilding efforts.