Today! Webinar on Ethnography and Film with Dr. Harjant Gill

Today (May 8, 2014) at 2 PM Harjant Gill will lead the fourth installment of AAA’s Webinar Wednesday (mixing it up on THURSDAY).  Harjant Gill is an assistant professor of anthropology at Towson University, Maryland. He received his PhD from American University in 2012. His research examines the intersections of masculinity, modernity and migration in … Continue reading Today! Webinar on Ethnography and Film with Dr. Harjant Gill

Save the Date: Webinar on Ethnography and Film with Dr. Harjant Gill

On May 8, 2014 at 2 PM Harjant Gill will lead the fourth installment of AAA’s Webinar Wednesday (mixing it up on THURSDAY).  Harjant Gill is an assistant professor of anthropology at Towson University, Maryland. He received his PhD from American University in 2012. His research examines the intersections of masculinity, modernity and migration in … Continue reading Save the Date: Webinar on Ethnography and Film with Dr. Harjant Gill

November is Native American Heritage Month

Today’s guest blog post is by AAA Member, Guven Peter Witteveen. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, PBS will stream We Still Live Here for free throughout November. The film is especially relevant now, as it features members of the Wampanoag Tribes of Massachusetts, descendants of the people we celebrate every Thanksgiving for the help they … Continue reading November is Native American Heritage Month

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.