Raising Our Voices in 2020

Raising Our Voices in 2020

By Mayanthi L. Fernando
A conversation with Program Chair Mayanthi L. Fernando.
Elevating the Voices of Latinx Anthropologists

Elevating the Voices of Latinx Anthropologists

By Andrea Bolivar
ALLA reflects on the current moment, Latinx anthropology, awards, mentoring, and programming for Raising Our Voices.
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Making Our Meetings Work for Graduate Students

Making Our Meetings Work for Graduate Students

By Lauren Deal
Our AAA Annual Meeting and section meetings should be spaces for graduate training. We must do more to include graduate students in our events and produce programming to prepare them for academic and alternative careers.
Srebrenica’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary from a Distance

Srebrenica’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary from a Distance

By Sarah Wagner
With the twenty-fifth anniversary of Srebrenica in the forefront of her mind, Sarah Wagner will be joining faculty and graduate students at Raising Our Voices to rethink ethnographic research in Europe
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AES at <i>Raising Our Voices</i>

AES at Raising Our Voices

By Jacqueline Solway, Naveeda Khan, and Shanti Parikh
AES programming seeks to address the current moment and its challenges.
Raising Our Voices, the Accessible Way

Raising Our Voices, the Accessible Way

By Nell Koneczny
How you can join us in making the fall event series as accessible as possible.
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Sound Politics in COVID-19 Brooklyn

Sound Politics in COVID-19 Brooklyn

By Stephen F. Sullivan
Last spring, New Yorkers participated in the 7:00 p.m. clap to show solidarity with "essential workers" and assuage feelings of isolation. They used noisy cacerolazos to mobilize collective anger and demand housing and labor security.
Mercury’s Toxic Touch

Mercury’s Toxic Touch

By Ruth Goldstein
Indigenous leaders—facing toxic mining and environmental racism in the Peruvian Amazon—took their fight to Geneva, where they participated in the first global environmental agreement negotiated in the twenty-first century.
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Raising Our Voices in 2020

Raising Our Voices in 2020

By Mayanthi L. Fernando
October 26, 2020
A conversation with Program Chair Mayanthi L. Fernando.
Elevating the Voices of Latinx Anthropologists

Elevating the Voices of Latinx Anthropologists

By Andrea Bolivar
October 26, 2020
ALLA reflects on the current moment, Latinx anthropology, awards, mentoring, and programming for Raising Our Voices.
-
Making Our Meetings Work for Graduate Students

Making Our Meetings Work for Graduate Students

By Lauren Deal
October 26, 2020
Our AAA Annual Meeting and section meetings should be spaces for graduate training. We must do more to include graduate students in our events and produce programming to prepare them for academic and alternative careers.
Srebrenica’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary from a Distance

Srebrenica’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary from a Distance

By Sarah Wagner
October 26, 2020
With the twenty-fifth anniversary of Srebrenica in the forefront of her mind, Sarah Wagner will be joining faculty and graduate students at Raising Our Voices to rethink ethnographic research in Europe
-
AES at <i>Raising Our Voices</i>

AES at Raising Our Voices

By Jacqueline Solway, Naveeda Khan, and Shanti Parikh
October 26, 2020
AES programming seeks to address the current moment and its challenges.
Raising Our Voices, the Accessible Way

Raising Our Voices, the Accessible Way

By Nell Koneczny
October 20, 2020
How you can join us in making the fall event series as accessible as possible.
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Sound Politics in COVID-19 Brooklyn

Sound Politics in COVID-19 Brooklyn

By Stephen F. Sullivan
October 19, 2020
Last spring, New Yorkers participated in the 7:00 p.m. clap to show solidarity with "essential workers" and assuage feelings of isolation. They used noisy cacerolazos to mobilize collective anger and demand housing and labor security.
Mercury’s Toxic Touch

Mercury’s Toxic Touch

By Ruth Goldstein
October 2, 2020
Indigenous leaders—facing toxic mining and environmental racism in the Peruvian Amazon—took their fight to Geneva, where they participated in the first global environmental agreement negotiated in the twenty-first century.
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