Our association might have “American” in its name, but nearly 20 percent of our members live and work outside the United States, and we treasure our collaborations with scholars and professional practitioners all over the world.
More than 200 scholars and students from gathered in Johannesburg for the second in a series of biennial scholarly exchanges on the African continent to celebrate the interdisciplinary connections that help us situate the locus of knowledge production about Africa’s contemporary successes and challenges.
The American Anthropological Association’s (AAA) 2018 Annual Meeting in San José is on the horizon, and we couldn’t be more excited for the dynamic and diverse collection of presentations, sessions, and other events we have planned. The theme, Resistance, Resilience, and Adaptation: Change in the Anthropological Imagination, is a timely response to our current global political moment.
Since its formal initiation after the 2017 AAA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, the Members’ Programmatic Advisory and Advocacy Committee (MPAAC) has made significant progress in its priority areas. Led by the gender equity seats, Gabriela Torres and Dianna Shady, MPAAC convened the Sexual Harassment Working Group in February 2018.
In November 2017, the AAA sent its first official delegation to the COP23 (Conference of the Parties) meetings on climate change.
Absolutely everything! As AAA leadership reviews the membership dues structure, this is the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at how dues support the Association.
To understand immigrants’ experiences, we must look beyond media portrayals of the delinquent or success story.
Human Progress? Imagine that.
Natasha Raheja’s short film Cast in India calls attention to the connection between New York’s iconic manhole covers and the workers in India who make them.
The #MeToo movement simply confirmed and rendered visible the regular incidence of sexual harassment that has all too often shaped the classroom, fieldwork, field training, and the subsequent workplaces of anthropologists since the discipline’s inception.